Surface Pro X keyboard available to preorder for $140
Complete the Surface Pro X package by snagging the keyboard.
What you need to know
- The Surface Pro X Keyboard is now up for preorder at the Microsoft Store.
- The keyboard attaches to the Surface Pro X like the regular Surface Pro's, but it includes a dedicated charging spot for the new Surface Slim Pen.
- The Surface Pro X Keyboard is available for $140 and is set to launch on November 5.
If you're planning to preorder Microsoft's new Surface Pro X ahead of its November 5 launch, you can also now preorder the Surface Pro X Keyboard. The keyboard is available to pick up for $140 at the Microsoft Store now.
The Surface Pro X is an evolution in the Surface Pro line, offering a slim and light take on the detachable form factor with thinner display bezels. The 2-in-1 tablet is also powered by the custom Microsoft SQ1 mobile chip, which makes it the first Surface Pro to run Windows 10 on ARM.
The matching Surface Pro X keyboard is built to attach to the bottom of the tablet, just like Surface Pros of the past. However, the new keyboard also includes a dedicated charging dock for the new Surface Slim Pen, which will charge wirelessly when tucked into the keyboard.
If you want to snag the whole package, the Surface Pro X Keyboard is up for preorder now for $140 at the Microsoft Store alongside the Surface Slim Pen and Surface Pro X.
The Surface Pro X keyboard pairs with Microsoft's latest 2-in-1 tablet to give you a way to type on the go and charge the new Surface Slim Pen.
Windows 10 on ARM
The lightest and thinnest Pro available
Available in a few different configurations, the thinnest and lightest Surface Pro to date is now available for preorder. It is expected to be released on November 5, 2019.
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