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Microsoft announces tablet peripherals for Windows 8, will also work with iPad
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The company has announced four products in all, with these designs split into the 'Sculpt' and 'Wedge' product ranges. The conventional Sculpt Mouse is battery-powered and will cost $ 50, while the Sculpt Travel Keyboard ($ 60) bears a similar design to
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