Microsoft's Surface Pro is an outstanding 2-in-1 laptop, but a standard purchase doesn't come with a keyboard and touchpad included. While you can easily add an official Signature Type Cover (about $160) to your cart when checking out, there are plenty of cheaper options on the market.
Windows Central Managing Editor Al Sacco noticed this trend recently, and he created a thread in our forum asking others whether or not they have a third-party keyboard they prefer.
Sacco mentions that he mostly uses the official Signature Type Cover, but was able to quite easily find five quality alternatives.
Are you using something from a third-party manufacturer? How well does it work? Can you compare it to the official product from Microsoft? Drop by our forum and join the discussion!
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