ms-designer-bt-mouseMicrosoft has just announced its Designer Bluetooth Desktop set today, where it certainly looks as though the software giant is about to gamble a whole lot on style – and we are pretty sure, too, that performance will be part of the equation in the end, in order to sell the device. The keyboard itself happens to be a full-size model and will come with an integrated number pad, in addition to a full row of Fn keys, where one will then be able to use those in order to access alternative functions including the likes of media playback and display brightness adjustment.

Touted to be small as well as compact, the mouse, on the other hand will come with BlueTrack technology that ought to be able to work its magic on just about any surface out there, ranging from glass tabletops to smooth marble. Microsoft did cite that the low-power Bluetooth 4.0 connection would play a key role in enabling this pointing device to last for up to half a year on a single set of batteries with daily se.

It does not matter whether you are a southpaw or not, the Designer Bluetooth Mouse should be able to cater to left handed folks comfortably. Expect the Microsoft Designer Bluetooth Desktop to launch later this May Stateside for $99.95 thereabouts, where you can also opt to pick up the Designer Bluetooth Mouse separately at $29.95 when it arrives this 19th of March on the Microsoft Store.

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