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Keyboard manufacturer Bridge revealed its signature product for the Surface Pro computer at CES 2017.
Brydge's 12.3 keyboard will give your Surface Pro the look and feel of a traditional laptop.
Known for its iPad keyboards, Brydge released the 12.3 for the Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4.
Unlike the iPad keyboards, the 12.3 comes with a trackpad for scrolling and clicking.
Brydge's keyboard is thicker than the Surface Type Cover Microsoft makes, and the aluminum body feels much more substantial.
Instead of using magnets to connect like the Microsoft Type Cover, this keyboard uses hinges to fasten and connects over Bluetooth.
Brydge says its keyboard can last up to three months on a single charge.
The Bridge 12.3 keyboard is available for pre-order now with shipment expected in the spring.
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