Microsoft Releases Hardware for Mac

Microsoft on Tuesday made available its first keyboard and mouse set designed specially for Mac users, which sports a silver finish to match Apple's styling. The package includes Microsoft's Comfort Curve Keyboard -- without a Windows Start key -- and wireless high definition mouse for $99.95 USD. Microsoft has also added hot key mapping for […]

Microsoft on Tuesday made available its first keyboard and mouse set designed specially for Mac users, which sports a silver finish to match Apple's styling. The package includes Microsoft's Comfort Curve Keyboard -- without a Windows Start key -- and wireless high definition mouse for $99.95 USD.

Microsoft has also added hot key mapping for Mac programs such as iPhoto and iTunes, along with an eject key. "This launch further demonstrates Microsoft's commitment to enhancing the computing experience for Mac users. We were able to preview the product at Macworld this January and saw firsthand the very favorable response from Mac customers," said Scott Erickson, director of product management and marketing for Microsoft's Mac business unit.