Every Single Microsoft Device. Ever.

With the release of Surface, Microsoft is taking a serious dive into the wide world of hardware production. But this isn't the first time Microsoft has gone down that road. In fact, Redmond has racked up a pretty impressive catalogue of devices. Here's a list of all of them.


Surface Hardware

Surface RT

Photo: Microsoft

Surface Touch Cover

Photo: Microsoft

Surface Type Cover

Photo: Microsoft


Zune Hardware

1st Gen: Zune 30

Photo: Microsoft

2nd Gen: Zune, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB

Photo: Microsoft

3rd Gen: Zune 80

Photo: Ted S. Warren/AP

Photo: Microsoft

4th Gen: Zune 180

Photos: Microsoft

5th Gen: Zune HD

Photos: Microsoft

Zune Sync Cable

Photo: Microsoft

Zune Home AV Pack

Photo: Microsoft

Zune Travel Pack

Photo: Microsoft

Zune Premium Headphones Version 1

Photo: Microsoft

Zune Premium Headphones Version 2

Photo: Microsoft

Zune Dock Version 1

Photo: Microsoft

Zune Dock Version 2

Photo: Microsoft

Zune Car Charger

Photo: Microsoft


Keyboards

Arc Keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000

Photo: Microsoft

Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000

Photo: Microsoft

Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000

Photo: Microsoft

Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000

Photo: Microsoft

Microsoft Digital Media Keyboard 3000

Photo: Microsoft

Digital Media Pro Keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Internet Keyboard

Photo: Recycledgoods

Optical Desktop Elite for Bluetooth Keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Microsoft Optical Desktop with Fingerprint Reader

Photo: Microsoft

Multimedia keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Natural Ergonomic Desktop 4000

Photo: Microsoft

Natural Elite Keyboard

Photos: Microsoft

Natural Keyboard Pro

Photo: PCStuff/Wikimedia Commons

Natural MultiMedia Keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000

Photo: Microsoft

Remote Keyboard for Windows XP Media Center Edition

Photo: Microsoft

Sculpt Comfort Keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Sculpt Mobile Keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder 4x keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder 6x keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Wedge Keyboard Mobile

Photo: Microsoft

Wired Desktop 200

Photos: Microsoft

Wired Desktop 400

Photo: Microsoft

Wired Keyboard 500

Photos: Microsoft

Wired Keyboard 600

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Comfort Keyboard 4000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Comfort 5000

Photo: Microsoft

Optical Desktop Elite Keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 7000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 8000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Media Desktop 1000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Keyboard 2000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Keyboard 3000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Keyboard 6000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Keyboard 800

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Laser Desktop 3000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Laser Desktop 5000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Laser Desktop 6000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Laser Desktop 7000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Multimedia Keyboard

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Natural MultiMedia Keyboard

Photo: Recycledgoods

Wireless Optical Desktop 700

Photo: Microsoft

Reclusa

Photo: Microsoft


Webcams

LifeCam Studio, LifeCam HD 3000, LifeCam Cinema, LifeCam Show, LifeCam VX-2000, LifeCam VX-5000, LifeCam VX-5500, LifeCam HD-5000, LifeCam HD-5001, LifeCam HD-6000 for Notebooks

Photos: Microsoft

LifeCam NX-3000, LifeCam NX-6000, LifeCam VX-1000, LifeCam VX-3000, LifeCam VX-6000, LifeCam VX-7000, LifeCam VX-800

Photos Microsoft


Assorted Other Goodies

The Digital Sound System 80, DSS80

Photo: Saxbryn/Wikimedia Commons

Microsoft Cordless Phone System

Photo: Microsoft

Microsoft Fingerprint Reader

Photo: Tudor Raiciu/Softpedia

Microsoft RoundTable

Photo: Microsoft

Microsoft Response Point

Photo: Microsoft

Bluetooth Number Pad

Photo: Microsoft

Cooling Base

Photo: Microsoft

Pixel Sense (Tech Formerly Known as Surface)

Photo: PixelSense Blog

Actimates

Photo: HKIEd Library

Photo: HKIEd Library/Microsoft

Photo: Microsoft


Home Networking Products

Wireless Base Station MN-700

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Base Station MN-500

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Base Station MN-100

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless USB adaptor MN-510

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless USB 2.0 adaptor MN-710

Photo: Microsoft

Ethernet USB adaptor MN-110

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Notebook adaptor MN-720

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Notebook adaptor MN-520

Photo: Microsoft

Ethernet Notebook adaptor MN-120

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless PCI adaptor MN-730

Photo: Microsoft

Ethernet PCI adaptor MN-130

Photo: Microsoft

5-Port Switch MN-150

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Notebook Kit MN-820

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Notebook Kit MN-620

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Desktop Kit MN-610

Photo: Microsoft


Headsets

Lifechat LX-1000

Photo: Microsoft

Lifechat LX-2000

Photo: Microsoft

Lifechat LX-3000

Photo: Microsoft

Lifechat LX-4000

Photo: Microsoft

Lifechat LX-6000

Photo: Microsoft

Lifechat ZX-6000

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox Hardware

The Original Xbox

Photo: Steve Wilson/Newsmakers)/Getty Images

Xbox: Atari Edition

Photo: Ebay

Xbox: Launch Team Console

Photo: seattlegoodwill/Ebay

Xbox: Skeleton Black

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox: Panzer Dragoon Orta Edition

Photo: PlayRight

Xbox: Translucent Green

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox: Halo 2 Edition

Photo: 1990gabe/Ebay

Xbox: Kasumi-Chan Blue

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox: Mountain Dew Edition

Photo: Graphicgiraffe/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox: Hulk/Pepsi Edition

Photo: xfusion2010

Xbox: Tony Hawk 2 Underground Edition

Photo: Sainthalo/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox: Hello Kitty Crystal

Photo: N/A/Microsoft

Xbox: Pure White

Photo: Play Asia

Xbox: World Racing Edition

Photo: Thairetro

Xbox Controllers

Photo: Evan-Amos/Wikimedia Commons

Photo: Evan-Amos/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox 360 Elite

Photo: Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 S

Photos: Microsoft

Xbox 360: Halo 3 Bundle

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360: The Simpsons Bundle

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360: Resident Evil 5 Bundle

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360: Modern Warfare 2 Bundle

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360: Modern Warfare 3 Bundle

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360: Halo 4 Bundle

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360: Halo Reach Bundle

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360: Gears of Ware 3 Bundle

Photo: Microsoft

Launch Team Bundle

Photo: johnporcaro

Xbox 360: Kinect Star Wars Bundle

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Controllers

Photo: Evan-amos/Wikimedia Commons

Photo: Microsoft

Photo: Evan-amos/Wikimedia Commons

Photo: Microsoft

Photo: Microsoft

Photo: Blackwatch21/Wikimedia Commons

Photo: Microsoft

Photo: Microsoft

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Controller: Spartan and Brute Editions

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Controller: Dragon Edition

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Controller: ODST Edition

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox 360 Controller: Radioactive Edition

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Controller: Fable 3 Edition

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Controller: Halo 4 Edition

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Controller: Xbox Live 5 Year Anniversary

Photo: xbox-scene.com

Kinect

Photo: Michal Czerwonka/Getty Images

Chatpad

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Universal Media Remote

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 HD DVD Player

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox 360 Wireless Headset

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox 360 Wireless Headset: Halo 3 Edition

Microsoft Megalist Page 2

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox Live Vision Camera

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox 360 Detachable hard drive

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox 360 Wireless Network Adapter

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox Wireless Adapter MN-740

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Battery Pack

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Quick Charge Kit

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Charge and Play Kit

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Wireless Headset with Bluetooth

Photo: Microsoft

Modern Warfare 3 Bluetooth Headset

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Hard Drive Data Transfer Cable

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 High Speed HDMI Cable

Photo: Alphathon/Wikimedia Commons

Xbox 360 VGA HD AV Cable

Photo: Microsoft

Xbox 360 Component HD AV Cable

Photo: Microsoft

Wired Mice

Basic Optical Mouse

Photos: Microsoft

Comfort Mouse 3000

Photo: Microsoft

Comfort Mouse 4500

Photos: Microsoft

Comfort Mouse 6000

Photos: Microsoft

Comfort Optical Mouse 1000

Photo: Microsoft

Comfort Optical Mouse 3000

Photo: Microsoft

Compact Mouse 100

Photo: Microsoft

Compact Optical Mouse 500

Photos: Microsoft

Express Mouse

Photos: Microsoft

IntelliMouse

Photo: Bill Buxton/Microsoft

IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0

Photos: Microsoft

IntelliMouse 4.0

Photo: Microsoft

Intellimouse Explorer 4.0 with Bluetooth

Photo: Microsoft

IntelliMouse Optical

Photo: Microsoft

Mobile Memory Mouse 8000

Photo: Microsoft

Notebook Optical Mouse

Photo: Microsoft

Notebook Optical Mouse 3000

Photo: Microsoft

Optical Mouse 100

Photos: Microsoft

Optical Mouse 200

Photos: Microsoft

Optical Mouse by Starck

Photos: Microsoft

Wheel Mouse

Photo: Alessandro Vernet

Wheel Mouse Optical (AKA The Best Mouse Ever)

Photo: Microsoft

Original, no-wheel mouse

Photo: Ebay/salesatcomputercloseout

Microsoft Mouse: 1982

Photo: Microsoft

Trackball Optical Mouse

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder x3

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder x5

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder x8

Photo: Microsoft

Microsoft Megalist Page 3

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder 3D pro

Microsoft Megalist Page 3

Photo: Smirnoff103/Wikimedia Commons

Sidewinder Precision Pro

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder Force Feedback Pro

Photo: MOS6502/Wikimedia Commons/Microsoft

Sidewinder Precision 2

Photo: Microsoft/Jlochoap/Wikimedia Commons

Sidewinder Force Feedback 2

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder Joystick

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder Force Feedback Wheel

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder Strategic Commander

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder Game Voice

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder Freestyle Pro

Photo: X201/Wikimedia Commons

Sidewinder Dual Strike

Photo: Microsoft

Sidewinder Gamepad Pro

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Mice

Arc Mouse

Photo: Microsoft

Arc Touch Mouse

Photo: Microsoft

Photo: Microsoft

Photo: Microsoft

Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000

Photo: Microsoft

Explorer Touch Mouse

Photos: Microsoft

Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000

Photo: Microsoft

Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 7000

Photo: Microsoft

Sculpt Touch Mouse

Photo: Microsoft

Standard Wireless Optical Mouse 1000

Photo: Microsoft

Touch Mouse

Photo: Microsoft

Photo: Microsoft

Wedge Touch Mouse

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer 2.0

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer for Bluetooth

Photo: Opencage

Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer with Fingerprint Reader

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Laser Mouse 5000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Laser Mouse 6000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 v2

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Laser Mouse 8000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Mobile Mouse 1000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000

Photos: Microsoft

Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500

Photos: Microsoft

Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000

Photos: Microsoft

Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000

Photos: Microsoft

Wireless Mouse 1000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Mouse 2000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Mouse 5000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 7000

Photo: Microsoft

Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000

Photos: Microsoft

Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 4000

Photos: Microsoft

Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000

Photo: Microsoft

Wireless Optical Mouse

Photos: Microsoft

Wireless Optical Mouse 2000

Photos: Microsoft

Wireless Optical Mouse 5000

Photo: Microsoft

Explorer Mini Mouse

Photo: Microsoft


Comments

    Whoever compiled this article... well done :)

    Well that was an epic post.

      Epic post indeed. Total page size comes up to almost 30mb. I'm surprised it doesn't have a 56k warning in the title. That's still a thing, right?

        I know you still live on the Central Coast of NSW, Lachie. Perhaps a 56k warning would be good...

    Your page code is broken - either that or you've made the Telstra ad and the most viewed/most commented box purposely overlay the left hand side of the article (and remain floating) when you start scrolling down the page. A really great way to block out what most of the article is showing. Happens on both Chrome and IE10.

      Agreed. Happens to me (Chrome, MBP)

        Has happened to me in the past in Firefox.

        Hey all. That happens when I fuck up and don't close tags properly. DERP.

        Should be fixed for all now.

        Enjoy!

    Sidewinder Force Feedback Pro! Best joystick i've ever used and got many, many hours of play on my PCs playing X-Wing vs TIE Fighter on the Game Zone or whatever it was called at the time.

      X-Wing Alliance was the business.

        Oh yes, Alliance was really good too. Partial to Freelancer too.

        Really hoping that Chris Roberts game gets off the ground!

      Have to agree. That was a great joystick. The Sidewinder Game Voice was a good pairing with it too.

    Your missing my Xbox Controller. You will notice the lack of colour on the A,B,X,Y buttons.
    http://www.xbox.com/en-AU/Xbox360/Accessories/Controllers/xbox360wirelesscontrollerdpad
    But other than that its pretty impressive list and it shows for those that MS has never really done hardware. They have for a while produced some of the best Input Devices out there.

      I was going to post the same thing. I love that controller.

        Its even better when someone who isn't used to the Xbox controls fret going Where the Frak is the Green?

      Cant find my old Sidewinder plug & play gamepad in there either, it was the last of the sidewinder gamepads.

    Gosh the Zune HD was gorgeous.

      Correction, the Zune HD IS gorgeous. Actually holding it in your hand takes it to a whole 'nuther level. Every little detail is perfect.

        true, true, is. I never got a hold of one. Hope some of that excellent engineering made its way into the surface!

    That Zune Sync cable looks a lot like a certain other proprietary cable made by a certain fruit vendor.
    Since the Zune came way first, Microsoft may just have the beginnings of a good old fashioned court case here!! :D

    Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 4000
    Possibly the best piece of hardware I own - has outlasted 4 computers and is my longest lasting piece of hardware having owned it for about 7 years and still works perfectly - mind you it is very battered and worn

    Mouse wheel now broken.

      My index finger is refusing to do any more work, it's got it's little pillow out and everything... No wait, that's a blister.

    Although Australia never had Zunes I always wanted one. I actually still use the Zune Media Player for my desktop PC and have been for about 3 years.

      having done the windows to osx 'switch' a while ago, i still miss the zune media player software.

    There was a Microsoft version of the Xbox 360 wireless headset made too. It was for computers rather than the gaming console. Same bit of kit really but with different branding and colouring. So technically a different product.

    I am thinking some intern said "Surface huh, well it's about time MS started doing hardware"...

    Also, missing the Microsoft Media Center Remote Control.

    Ahh the original xbox controller... I'm gettng nostalgia flashbacks

    I understand you wouldn't put ALL accessories in the list, such as the quiz games hand controllers (Lights, Camera's, Action), I can't remember the name of it but I have one right next to me for some reason... But this > http://www.microsoft.com/games/en-US/Hardware/Controllers/Pages/XboxWirelessGamingReceiverforWindows.aspx < Should be on the list, because it makes the xbox controllers work as a PC peripheral.

    What about the Glossy Microsoft 2 Two Button Serial Roller Ball Mouse RS232?

    You forgot the Kin?

      I remember how i really wanted one of them when they came out!
      Really well integrated software and everything. Poor microsoft WHY WONT PEOPLE BUY YOUR SHIT?!!?

    touchbook-ultrabook review for 2012? Sony vs asus vs dell one?

    Last edited 06/11/12 1:27 pm

    The every product? That I can deal with.

    Every colour of every product being an item? Especially the Xboxes and controllers? WHY GOD WHY?

    Missing the Explorer Mouse - http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-BlueTrack-Technology-Recharging-5AA-00001/dp/B001F7AP1Q

    Baaa haa haa..
    I'd forgotten all about the '82 mouse.
    I had one of those for years. I think I tossed it out (still working ) about '95 when I bought Win 95 on Floppy (yes, floppy disks. There were a few disks) because it came with a new MS intelli mouse (or something similar)
    I should have kept both. They might be worth something as collectibles some day.. maybe ...

    Missing the Tablet they made that worked with WinXp that came out about 3-4 Years before Ipad. Yes it was over priced and cumbersome but they made it first :)

      It was made by Microsoft?! What was the model name/number, do u remember?

    Haha wow, thanks for this post! Very nostalgic.

    Otherwise known as "A History Of Hardware That Just Didn't Quite Get It Right".

      I think Microsoft's keyboard and mouse sales figures would disagree with you there.

        But does bundling with OEM hardware really count. :)

          You're really implying that Microsoft keyboards and mice have only ever sold because of OEM? Really.

    I also noticed it's absence. I'm really satisfied with mine.

    I had to check twice before commenting. The list is very comprehensive.

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