Microsoft introduces the Microsoft Modern keyboard with Fingerprint ID. It is a keyboard that brings more advantage and security of Windows Hello fingerprint sign-in to any PC running Windows 10, and the Microsoft Modern Mouse which is available for sale for $129.99 and $49.99.

Windows Hello will help users to move a password that gives them a fast, convenient and exceptionally secure way to unlock your Windows devices. Studies show more than 80 percent of people use the same password across multiple web sites, managing around 20-30 different accounts.

With the help of Keyboard, the user can use its finger to sign into their Windows devices and Compatible apps. With Windows Hello is less than 2 seconds that is much faster than entering user id password that the user has to remember and type in.

Microsoft is selling the Bluetooth 4.0 and higher keyboard. It can be used with or without wire. It permits the user to work effortlessly on the Microsoft Keyboard with fingerprint ID.


The keyboard has shiny low-profile design and crafted aluminum that gives a modern look. With 2mm key travel, the typing experience has been constructed to magnify accuracy and typing efficiency. Unlike other solutions in the market today, the new Windows Hello enterprise-grade secure fingerprint reader has been subtly beautifully designed as a regular key.

The raised arc of the Microsoft Modern Mouse support on the user’s palm in a natural resting position. This minimizes the tension of risk and the user can relax its hands while pointing and clicking. The metal scroll wheel feels solid under their fingers, and they don’t have to worry about wires. Moreover, it has up to 12 months of battery life.

The significant of the move is Microsoft needs the support of SwiftKey to use Windows 10 cloud Clipboard feature. The Clipboard feature which was actually slated to be part of the Windows 10 Creator Update, but has now slipped to some future Windows release will permit users to copy and paste, texts, photos, maps, GIFs, and more between their Windows PCs and iOS or Android devices as long as they have SwiftKey installed.