Microsoft is updating its line of mouse and keyboard products with new models designed specifically for Windows 10.
Of course, you can probably just use any old keyboard and mouse with the company’s latest operating system… but if you happen to be in the market for some new PC accessories, the new models have a few features designed to take advantage of Windows 10.
First up is the new Wireless Desktop 900, which is a $50 wireless mouse and keyboard set. The keyboard and mouse feature customizable Windows shortcut keys and there’s a Mouse and Keyboard Center app that lets you configure the system so you can launch Cortana, OneNote, or virtual desktops and task view with a single-click.
Both the keyboard and mouse use an AES 128-bit encrypted connection to communicate with your computer.
The Wireless Desktop 900 should be available starting October 1st. Just want the mouse? Microsoft will sell it as a standalone product for $30.
Microsoft will also the Bluetooth Mobile Mouse 3600 for $30. It features a 4-way scroll wheel for up, down, left, and right navigation.
The company is also updating some of its existing Wireless Desktop sets including the Sculpt Comfort Desktop, Wireless Desktop 850, Wireless Keyboard 850, Wireless Desktop 3050, and Wireless Comfort Desktop 5050.
All of the new models feature support for AES encryption and for Cortana, OneNote, and virtual desktops.
The Sculpt Comfort Desktop is already available, while the other models should be available in September or October.