Before CES, Brydge announced a number of new products that will be released — turning tablets into laptop keyboards,media reported. Brydge says it recently joined the Design for Surface project, so that means it will launch a keyboard for Surface devices. In the second quarter of this year, consumers will see the Brydge 12.3 Pro for the Surface Pro 7 and its similar size Model, as shown, as shown, and a keyboard product for the Surface Go.
In the third or fourth quarter, a keyboard for the Surface Pro X will also be available. Also in the second quarter, Brydye will launch W-Type and W-Touch, as well as keyboard and trackpad combinations for Windows.
There will also be products specially designed for the iPad, such as the Pro-Plus keyboard, which will come in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, matching the size of the iPad Pro. Starting January 7, consumers will be able to book both products for $199.99 and $229.99, respectively. The first 500 orders will be shipped by the end of February, while the rest will be shipped by March.
Next up is the iPad OS Trackpad, the trackpad product. It will be a trackpad dedicated to iPad OS. The product will be available in the second quarter, but the price has not yet been announced.
Finally, Brydge unveiled some new docking stations. By the second quarter of this year, the MacBook Air and the new 16-inch MacBook Pro will welcome the redesigned Vertical Docks, 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros. MacBooks will welcome Stone 2 and Stone Light Tethered Docks.