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Microsoft Preparing Surface Wireless Mouse and Keyboard for Hardware Event

According to an FCC filing, Microsoft is readying a new Surface wireless mouse and keyboard, which will launch in October.


apparently has a lot planned for its Surface hardware event on October 2. The , Surface Book 3, and potential launch of the Surface Centaurus folding screen laptop could all make an appearance. It also seems that the company will unveil a new Surface wireless mouse and keyboard.

Both peripherals have just passed through the FCC, which usually means a launch is following shortly. In the FCC listing, the Surface wireless mouse and keyboard seem to be new devices, although they could be updates of the existing models.

As for model numbers, the Surface wireless mouse is numbered 1929, while the wireless keyboard is model 1898.

A question raised by the filing is what these accessories will be for. Surface Book 3 and Surface Pro 7 are 2-in-1 devices, so don't need external peripherals. It seems the Surface wireless mouse and keyboard will be peripherals for any PC.

As such, we don't expect Microsoft to dedicate much of its press event to these.

Hardware Information

We do expect plenty of time to be given to the Surface Pro 7 and Surface Book 3. Last month, leaked information detailed the specifications for both the devices. Starting with the Surface Pro 7, Microsoft's new generation device will come with LTE built in at launch. Usually, the company debuts LTE versions of its hardware after the launch of the Wi-Fi version.

Some variants of the Surface Pro 7 will have Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx processor. Intel versions will be available as usual, this time packing 10TH Generation Core CPUs.

A Surface Book 3 variant will be available in all-aluminum and without alcantara. Microsoft is preparing this model for business users. This model will also be differentiated by supported changeable Solid State Drives.

Last Updated on April 9, 2020 12:06 pm CEST

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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