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FCC photos reveal the new Microsoft Surface Keyboard destined for your desktop

The Surface Keyboard has made it through the FCC. New photos for the filing confirm its design and soon you will be able to get the same typing experience from your home PC as your Surface tablet. Earlier this morning, I reported that Microsoft had two new desktop keyboards headed to the market. Both are wireless with one being a clean minimalist design, while the other follows the ergonomic Sculpt keyboard.
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