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Microsoft's social media team is now promoting the Surface wireless adapter for its keyboard covers, seemingly one of the few times they've been promoted... and now it's discontinued.
Still need a Surface Type cover for your Surface RT/Pro? Well you're in luck because Microsoft has once again reduced the price, although we don't know if this is a sale or a permanent reduction.
Microsoft has posted a new Surface blog entry, along with a video, that shows the company reaching out to a small group of students who came up with many more accessory concepts for the tablet.
Microsoft announced two new Surface tablets and a bunch of official accessories on Monday, and it may be the add-ons that will make more people check out the tablets.
A new report claims that Microsoft will permanently cut the price of its Surface RT tablets that are bundled with the black Touch Cover by $50 on Friday, August 30th.
Microsoft's current offer of a free Touch or Type Cover with the purchase of a Surface RT tablet for people in the US and Canada is scheduled to end on Sunday, June 30th
An update that will launch next week will bring improvements to Microsoft's Surface Touch and Type covers. The update will allow users to select what the top row of keys does.
Microsoft has announced that people who purchase either version of the Surface RT tablet can get either a free Type or Touch Cover from now until June 30 in the U.S. and Canada.
Microsoft has announced that the Surface Pro will go on-sale in Japan on June 7th, bringing a 256 GB localized model that includes a full copy of Office 2013, while new Touch Covers are also available
Microsoft UK are offering a free Type Cover or Touch Cover with any purchase of a Surface RT between May 15 2013 and June 30 2013. The offer is only valid for residents of the United Kingdom
Microsoft says it is aware of a new issue with the Surface Pro PC that involves the Trackpad Settings app not recognizing the Touch or Type Cover add-on and is working to fix the problem.
Microsoft has been granted a patent for the design of its Surface Touch Cover by the US Patent and Trademark Office, following patents for the Surface tablet itself.
Microsoft has posted up an image of an early prototype of the Touch Cover keyboard used by the Surface tablets, along with more information on how the Touch Cover was developed.
The Surface Twitter account has put up a contest where by answering a (for a NASCAR fan) relatively easy question, you could be selected to win a Touch Cover signed by NASCAR driver Alex Bowman.
Microsoft's official Surface blog reveals more about the artists who have created the images for the three limited edition Touch Covers for the company's Windows 8 and RT tablets.
Microsoft has announced that it will have special deals for Black Friday 2012 later this week, including a $50 discount for a second Touch or Type Cover if people purchase a Surface bundle.
Some owners of Microsoft's new Touch Cover accessory for its Surface tablets have reported that the cover is splitting on one edge which then exposes a wire on the keyboard.
A number of owners of Microsoft's Surface tablet are experiencing issues with their sound muting unexpectedly, and Microsoft believes the device's Touch Cover may be at fault.
A new Microsoft Surface video talks about the Windows RT tablet's Touch Cover, which Microsoft reveals comes from a project that the company tried out way back in 2003.
When it launched its Surface tablet, Microsoft didn't allow the media to properly test its Touch Cover keyboards. But Microsoft allowed an analyst to try them out - here's what he thought about them.