It's been almost three months since Microsoft unveiled the Surface Mouse, Surface Keyboard and Surface Ergonomic Keyboard. The new accessories were revealed in October alongside the Surface Studio, the company's stylish all-in-one desktop PC.
The peripherals went on sale in the US in early November, and two of them are now available in new markets. The Surface Mouse and Keyboard can now be purchased in the UK and Germany, but there's no sign of the Surface Ergonomic Keyboard there yet.
In the UK, the Surface Mouse is priced at £44.99, while the Surface Keyboard will set you back £89.99. In Germany, the Mouse costs €54.99, and the Keyboard's price is set at €109.99. While the images shown on those international product listings for the Keyboard are of the United States model, the listing on the German store makes it clear that it has a localized QWERTZ layout, and it seems safe to assume that the same consideration has been made for its UK release.
The Mouse and Keyboard are also available in several other markets outside of the US, including Canada (priced locally at $64.99 and $129.99, respectively); Australia ($79.95 / $159.95); and New Zealand ($89.95 / $179.95).
However, it's still not clear when Microsoft plans to make its Surface Ergonomic Keyboard available internationally. That model is currently available in the US, priced at $129.99.