Today ahead of CES, Brydge announced some products that it's going to be releasing over the next year. Known for its tablet keyboards that essentially turn the devices into laptops, that's exactly what it announced in Las Vegas.
Brydge said that it recently joined the Designed for Surface program, so it's releasing keyboards for Surface devices. In Q2 this year, we're going to see the Brydge 12.3 Pro for the Surface Pro 7 and similarly-sized Surface Pro models, which is seen in the image above, along with one for the Surface Go. In Q3 or Q4, there will also be one for the Surface Pro X. Also in Q2, Brydge will be releasing the W-Type and W-Touch, and keyboard and trackpad combo for Windows.
There are also products that are made for iPad, such as the Pro+ Keyboard, which comes in 11- and 12.9-inch flavors for their corresponding iPad Pro sizes. You can pre-order them beginning on January 7 for $199.99 and $229.99 for the two respective sizes, and they come in Space Gray. The first 500 orders will ship before the end of February and the rest of the pre-orders will ship by the en of March.
Next is the iPadOS Trackpad, which is exactly what it sounds like. It's a dedicated trackpad for iPadOS. It's coming in Q2, but pricing was not announced.
Finally, Brydge announced some new docking stations. All coming in Q2, there are new Vertical Docks for the MacBook Air and the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, redesigned Vertical Docks for the 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro models, and Stone 2 and Stone Light Tethered Docks for MacBooks.