Microsoft today brought not only a new Surface Laptop Go laptop and an upgraded version of the Surface Pro X: a range of new accessories and peripherals.
The new lineup includes two new mouse options and a new keyboard, as well as pre-upgrade peripherals.
Microsoft Designer Compact keyboard.
Microsoft Designer Compact is a compact keyboard with all standard keyboard keys except the numeric keypad that can be used with up to three devices and can be easily switched via Bluetooth.
The keyboard itself can run for two years using a set of batteries, with two colors of surfaces, and users can also get common shortcut functions through function lines. It’s priced at $69.99.
Microsoft Bluetooth ergonomic mouse.
The first of Microsoft’s two new mice, the Bluetooth ergonomic mouse comes with a soft thumb support and two customizable shortcuts. Available in a variety of colors, including a fairly eye-catching orange, the mouse is priced at $49.99.
Microsoft Modern Portable Mouse.
The second Microsoft mouse, modern portable mouse focus on size and portability. Designed to match the slimness of the Surface Laptop Go and for business travelers who want easy access outside the trackpad without burdening their backpacks, it has a sandstone or silver surface and is designed to be unpretential.
Microsoft numeric keypad.
Not everyone needs a keypad, and all Microsoft sells it separately from the numeric keypad. For those who need it, it’s Bluetooth-connected and doesn’t require more USB ports, costing $24.99.
Microsoft 4K wireless display adapter.
The fifth and final new accessory today is the Microsoft 4K wireless display adapter. Similarly, the name doesn’t require much explanation: it simply connects Windows laptops, such as the Surface Laptop Go, to an external monitor, supporting up to 4K resolution. At one end is the USB Type-A plug; It sells for $69.99.