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Look at This Cute Asus Marshmallow Keyboard KW100 and Mouse MD100!

Asus Marshmallow Keyboard

Two new accessories for your desktop have been revealed by Asus. In India, the company released the Marshmallow Keyboard KW100 and the Marshmallow Mouse MD100.

Asus says that both the keyboard and the mouse are made to be quiet and come with buttons that don’t make noise. They are both made to be light and their prices are similar.

Asus Marshmallow Keyboard KW100

The ASUS Marshmallow Keyboard KW100 is a small, wireless keyboard that works with Windows, Chrome, macOS, and iOS devices.

It has a scissor key arrangement like a notebook and can be used for 10 million clicks. This makes it durable and easy to use. The keyboard can connect to up to three devices at once, and it has 12 “hotkeys” that make it easy to use features that you use often. The KW100 also has silent switches that cut noise by up to 90%. This makes it perfect for classrooms and other quiet places.

Asus Marshmallow Mouse MD100

The ASUS Marshmallow Mouse MD100 is a small, colored mouse that is easy to carry around. Its design is symmetrical, so it can be used by both left-handed and right-handed people. The mouse is also very quiet. The buttons are made to make less than 20dB of noise.

You can change the DPI on the MD100, which lets you change how sensitive the mouse is. It also has a long power life. A single charge can last up to a year. The sticky top cover of the mouse lets you change between different colors. It also has a guard that kills germs so they can’t grow. The MD100 can also be used with Windows, Chrome, and macOS computers, just like the keyboard.

Pricing and Availability

The price of the ASUS Marshmallow Keyboard KW100 is ₹2,899 (PHP2,000), and the price of the ASUS Marshmallow Mouse MD100 is ₹1,499 (PHP1,000).

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