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Microsoft is currently offering up to $350 off all models in its Surface Pro 4 range in Canada - but you'll have to act quickly if you want to grab the Windows 10 tablet with those savings.
The Surface Type Cover with Fingerprint ID has been a US exclusive until now - but today, Microsoft opened pre-orders in various markets including the UK, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, and more.
While Microsoft was happy to talk up productivity on Apple's iPad Pro at the device's launch, it still believes its Surface Pro 4 is superior, as it's "a full PC, running full apps."
If you buy a Surface 3 tablet - priced from $499 to $699 - before January 17, Microsoft will give you a free Type Cover keyboard worth $129.99, with a choice of four color options available.
Usually priced at £109.99, the Surface Pro 3 Type Cover is now available for £82.49, but only while remaining stocks of the keyboard accessory last - and one colour is already out of stock.
From November 26 to 30, Microsoft will be offering a $150 discount when you buy any Surface 3 - including its 4G LTE models - with a Type Cover, bringing the total price down to as little as $480.
When Microsoft announced the Surface Pro 4, it also announced two new Type Covers. This is why I decided to go with the Type Cover with fingerprint reader for an extra 30$.
After mulling over a Surface Pro purchase for close to a year, I finally made the jump with the Surface Pro 4. Here are my first impressions coming from a MacBook Air.
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A new prototype Surface Cover from Microsoft's Applied Science Group combines a 'Type Cover' with a e-ink display with touch input capabilities.
Microsoft is currently offering 10% off its 10.8-inch Surface 3 tablet in the UK, along with an identical discount on Type Cover keyboards for both the Surface 3, and the larger Surface Pro 3.
Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, has shown off the custom Surface 3 Type Covers that the company sent him, including one in a new color - a green version that looks close to the Xbox brand.
Costco is offering a deal which will allow you to save almost $250 off the official Microsoft Store pricing of the Surface Pro 3 with Intel Core i7 processor, along with a Type Cover 3 keyboard.
When Microsoft announced the new Surface 3, they also said that new Type covers would be released as well. I got my hands on one, and after the jump we take a closer look at what's new.
Earlier today, Microsoft announced the Surface 3 and because of the new screen size, they had to build a new Type cover which the company says has been update with new keys.
Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 also brings along with it the third iteration of the Type cover and while the updates may seem modest, they make for big gains in the usability department.
Microsoft has made its new Type Covers backwards-compatible, and the older covers work on the new device too - but with a large size difference, the pairing is a not a good look for the Surface.
Retailer Best Buy is now taking pre-orders for all five versions of Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 tablet and is also exclusively offering the dark blue Type Cover for the 12-inch device.
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.
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.
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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 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 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.
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.