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Microsoft's new keyboards come with dedicated Office and Emoji keys

Discussion in 'Home Page News' started by Golden Retriever, Oct 11, 2019 at 10:38 AM.

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    Back in June, an internal Microsoft survey suggested the company would replace the second Windows key on the right side of its keyboards with a dedicated office key. Now, the firm's plans are coming to fruition through its new Ergonomic and slim Bluetooth Keyboards.

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