Grab a Surface Pro Keyboard for $103 to go with your new Surface Pro 8
You don't have to shell out $180 to get the Surface Pro Signature Keyboard. In fact, you don't even need to fork over $140 to get the Surface Pro Keyboard. That's because the latter product is now down to $103, meaning you'll lose far less money than usual if you get in on the Surface goodness right now.
The Surface Pro Keyboard works with the Surface Pro 8, making it a slightly less insanely priced option for those who want the complete 2021 Surface experience for a few bucks off.
The Surface Pro Keyboard will play nice with the Surface Pro 8 as well as Pro X, so no matter which you have, it's worth considering this keyboard while it's discounted from its usual $140 tag.
If you've yet to dive into the Surface ecosystem, are still considering whether to get the Pro 8 itself, and aren't yet ready for talk of accessories such as the above keyboard, check out our Surface Pro 8 review. We gave it a 4.5 out of 5 stars, which puts it somewhere close to being within spitting distance of perfection (read the full review for the pros and cons, as star ratings alone will never tell you all you need to know).
In the event you want more than just our opinion, check out the Pro 8 review roundup. Many critics, experts, and professionals are happy with the device.
Finally: You don't have to consider the above keyboard. There are other options in life, such as the best Microsoft Surface keyboards. That's right, there's a whole lineup of alternatives if you're not feeling compelled to spend three figures on a keyboard. The only question is which of the less expensive options will be right for you.
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So... I wish this article was clearer... I think this is the same keyboard, just without the ability to hold and charge the pen? Anyone?