On the Move with Microsoft Wireless Accessories

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Whether you’re traveling from city to city or from one room to the next in your house, staying productive can often mean rushing to pack up your stuff and quickly getting settled at a new location. That’s usually easy when you’re just working from a small laptop, but you might want the comfort and precision of external peripherals when working, which can slow you down when it’s time to leave. Fortunately, you can have it all by using Microsoft wireless peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and number pads to provide comfort and precision while having the freedom and flexibility to pick up and go at a moment’s notice.

Featuring a low-profile, compact, and stylish design, the Microsoft Modern Mobile Mouse uses Bluetooth technology to connect to devices, so you don’t have to worry about keeping track of a separate USB RF adapter. This ambidextrous wireless mouse has a BlueTrack sensor that can track on almost any surface while its metal scroll wheel provides a smooth and natural-feeling experience. If you’re looking for a portable mouse with a more form-fitting design, then check out the Microsoft Wireless Ergonomic Mouse, which features a right-handed design with soft and easy-to-grip thumb rest. Both mice are available in a variety of colors, including glacier white, black, and pastel blue, to match your sense of style.

Microsoft Surface Mobile Mouse (left), Microsoft Wireless Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse (right)

The mice pair well with the Microsoft Designer Compact Wireless Keyboard, which has a 1.35mm scissor switch key design to deliver a smooth and precise typing experience. Additionally, it can help streamline productivity with a dedicated screen-snipping key and quick access to emojis and symbols for expressive communication. With its compact design, you can easily fit in a matching Wireless Number Pad to quickly and efficiently enter numbers, formulas, and calculations into your spreadsheets and projects. Both Bluetooth devices can be paired with up to three devices and can operate for years using their included CR2032 coin batteries, which could save you the trouble of remembering to keep multiple devices charged.

Microsoft Designer Compact Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard (left), Microsoft Wireless Bluetooth Number Pad (right)

Add the Microsoft 4K Wireless Display Adapter to your accessories for the ultimate wireless experience. The adapter connects to an external display’s HDMI port and is powered via its integrated USB connector, allowing you to stream 3840 x 2160 UHD resolution content from your laptop from almost 23' away using Wi-Fi-certified Miracast technology. With it, you can work from large, high-resolution monitors and televisions without having to bother with connecting and disconnecting cables from your laptop. Instead, you simply need to disconnect the software when you have to get going.

Microsoft MS 4K Wireless Display Adapter

With Microsoft’s wireless peripherals, you can stay productive with your Windows 10 computer until the very last minute, then quickly pack everything into a small laptop bag to clear the kitchen table for dinner, pick up the kids, switch locales, or head out for some exercise.

What combination of Microsoft wireless peripherals help to keep you productive both at home and out of it? Let us know in the Comments section, below.

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