Microsoft launches new Surface keyboards and mouse

Microsoft has unveiled a range of new Surface accessories, including two new Surface-branded keyboards and Surface mouse. These are available for standalone purchase or as a part of the Surface Studio all-in-one PC. Pre-orders are now live from the Microsoft Store, via the links below.

Surface Keyboard

The Surface Keyboard is a simple wireless keyboard, with a gray finish similar to both the Surface Studio and the Surface Mouse. The keyboard connects to devices over Bluetooth, with battery life touted to last over one year. While this is included alongside the purchase of a Surface Studio, the keyboard is also available for pre-order separately from the Microsoft Store for $99.99 in the United States.

Update: While a listing originally appeared for a Surface Keyboard with Fingerprint ID, the listing has since been removed.

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Surface Ergonomic Keyboard

An ergonomic variant of the Surface Keyboard is also available, valued at $30 more expensive than the standard model. Designed with a split keyboard and arched shape, the keyboard is aimed for increased comfort without hampering productivity. Unlike the standard keyboard, the Surface Ergonomic Keyboard ships with an inbuilt cushioned palm rest. Pre-orders for the Surface Ergonomic are also available from the Microsoft Store, for $129.99 in the United States.

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Surface Mobile Mouse

Surface Mobile Mouse (Image credit: Microsoft)

Surface Mouse

The Surface Mouse is also available as a standalone product and compatible with most Bluetooth devices. With a similar design to other Surface accessories, the mouse will be included with all versions of the newly announced Surface Studio. The Microsoft Store is currently taking pre-orders for the Surface Mouse for $49.99 in the United States.

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Matt Brown

Matt Brown was formerly a Windows Central's Senior Editor, Xbox & PC, at Future. Following over seven years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Microsoft's gaming efforts. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.