Alongside a number of other announcements yesterday, Microsoft unveiled some new Surface-branded keyboards and a Surface mouse.
These new keyboards have been designed to complement the range of Surface PCs and laptops that they announced yesterday, including the new Surface Studio.
The Surface Keyboard is now available to pre-order for $130 alongside the Surface Ergonomic Keyboard, which is similar but provides users with an angled keyboard layout for $150.
They also announced a new Surface Mouse, which can be seen in the image above and is available for $50.
Microsoft explained more about them with the following:
All the accessories connect to your system using Bluetooth technology and can be used with a variety of different operating systems including Windows, Mac and Android on any device that supports the new Bluetooth 4.1 Low Energy technology. Microsoft explains :
We perfected every design detail. The topcase is of the same soft-finish grey as your Surface, making them a perfect match, and the finishing touch to a well thought-out desk space. The key travel and spacing are perfectly engineered for fast, quiet, and responsive typing. Enjoy the solid feel of the keyboard under your fingers as you work. And it pairs seamlessly with your Surface with Wireless Bluetooth – at a range of up to 50 feet – and battery power to last a full year.