Microsoft new budget tablet, the Surface Go, is garnering all of the attention this week, but the company also launched a refreshed line of Surface mice that have flown a bit under the radar. An updated take on the Designer Bluetooth mouse series, the mice are now available to preorder in three colors for $34.99.
Like the Designer mouse, the new Surface Mobile Mouse features a sleek, low-profile design that should be fairly portable. The mouse connects over Bluetooth and is available in three colors to match your Surface Type Cover: burgundy, platinum, or cobalt blue.
Speaking of Type Covers, a fresh selection of covers built for the Surface Go are now up for preorder alongside the tablet as well. The same color options as the mice are up for grabs at $129.99 with the Surface line's signature Alcantara fabric. Alternatively, you can pick up a standard black keyboard without Alcantara for $99.99.
Both accessories and the Surface Go itself are up for preorder now at the Microsoft Store.
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