Microsoft Wireless Laser Keyboard 7000 First Look
Many devices using one of the wireless interfaces can be seen long before their announcement on the website of the Federal Frequency Commission (FCC).
It was there that I spied on the source and the new Microsoft Wireless Laser Keyboard 7000.
The name suggests a close relationship with the Wireless Laser Mouse 7000, presented by the manufacturer recently.
Both products will use the 2.4 GHz radio signal and are likely to be sold not only separately, but also as part of a wireless kit.
For now, the new keyboard can be said to be optimized for use with Windows Vista. This is indicated by the Flip 3D key located next to the right Alt and a number of other keys.
Other details about the new Microsoft product, including the price, will become known after the official announcement, which is not far off.