• Meticulously crafted, just like Surface • Sleek and simple design • Optimised feedback and return force • Bluetooth 4.0
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Meticulously crafted, just like your Surface
Enjoy the solid feel of the keyboard under your fingers as you work. And it pairs seamlessly with your Surface with Wireless Bluetooth – at a range of up to 50 feet – and battery power to last a full year.
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Surface Pro 4
Wireless platform: Nordic nRF51822 (Bluetooth Low Energy)
Wireless frequency: 2.4GHz frequency range
Wireless range: 50 feet (15 metres) in open air, up to 23 feet (7 metres) in typical office environment
Bluetooth profile support: HID Over GATT Profile (HOGP)
|Compatibility and localisation||
Interface: Bluetooth Low Energy compatible 4.0/4.1
Operating system: Windows 10/8.1/8
Windows 10 phone
Mac OS X v10.10.5/10.11.1 and 10.11.4
Top-line system requirements: Requires a PC that meets the requirements for, and has installed, one of these operating systems: Windows 10/8.1/8
|Product feature performance||
QWERTY key life: 5,000,000 actuations per key
Hot key life: 500,000 actuations per key
Encryption features: AES over Bluetooth LE SSP of Passkey
Hot key features: Windows 10 key (Connect, Notification)
Media key features: Basic (volume up/down, mute, play/pause, back/forward)
Multimedia key life: 500,000 actuations per key
Battery type and quantity: 2 AAA alkaline batteries (included)
Battery life: Up to 12 months
Length: 16.57 in (420.90 mm)
Width: 4.43 in (112.60 mm)
Depth/height: 0.76 in (19.30 mm)
Weight: 14.79 oz (419.30 g) with batteries; battery weight may vary
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Excellent build, but only pairs with one OS at a time
I love the build and feel of this - it is a remarkable keyboard and perfectly laid out. However, I have to fault it in that it only pairs with one OS at a time. Dual booting is impossible on one PC, and also being able to switch pairing profiles to use with a second PC is not possible at least with current available information.
4 out of 4 people found this helpful.
Short of a few critical features
So close! I would not buy one of these, because it is not illuminated (yikes, even the type cover has that), it is too wide (not everybody has a mile-wide desktop - how about a variant without the numeric keypad, guys?) and it's not rechargeable (that's probably why it is not illuminated - it would burn through the batteries in a few weeks otherwise). If you want an extremely well-engineered, illuminated, full-size but compact, rechargeable keyboard for your Surface Pro 4 at around the same price, there are Bluetooth products available now, from a reputable leader in keyboards and mice (and I don't work for them or get paid by them). Nuff said.
4 out of 4 people found this helpful.
Looks & Feels Great; Connection Problems
Had this for 2 weeks. This looks and feels like a premium product. Unfortunately the bluetooth connection has proved intermittent - paired with a new desktop running Windows 10 -- and I'm looking to return it.
2 out of 2 people found this helpful.
Would love to give a higher score, but...
As others have mentioned this keyboard omits some necessities that should come as standard for a 'premium' keyboard at this price. The lack of backlit keys is an issue, but not so much as the ability to recharge the device. At the end of the day, without these features it is just a good looking mid-range keyboard that could be had from other manufactures at a greatly reduced price. That said, it does match well with the styling of all Surface devices from MS and if that it important to you then maybe the price and lack of features are justifiable, but to me it is not. Such a shame that MS have missed the trick here.
2 out of 3 people found this helpful.
Why no backlight?
I was seriously tempted by one of these, I think they look great and would go nicely with my Surface Pro 4. However, no backlight meant I opted for a Logitech K800, which has similar features and has backlighting, it just doesn't look as nice. If Microsoft release a backlit one, wired or wireless, I am pretty sure I will get one.
3 out of 6 people found this helpful.
Was close to buy! but
No multi device support, not rechargeable, no back light. I just waiting for someone will make that kind of keyboard with those features, in this style. I keep checking Microsoft website every month. Universal Foldable Keyboard wary close and I have it, but not for my desktop PC and Mac ( portable, not full size) Using Apple one now.
One person found this helpful.
Want it and fear it at the same time
I've only recently converted back to Windows after more than a decade but even after spending nearly $3000 on my PC I reverted to Mac in under a month simply because Apple's keyboard & mouse work better than the dozen I tried or bought. I've used the same Apple keyboard (not model, same keyboard) for over a decade now. I tried using wireless ones but due to their cramped form I only managed a week or 2 before reverting. This KB is full size and has the same type of buttons that I'm used to so I am ever so hopeful that this is the one keyboard to dominate all (heck, it even works on Macs so it might become my one and only) but... I often work at night and so often I have wished for a backlit keyboard. For 10 years I survived without it so this is not a big issue. More of a feature request... So often have I had to stop working because my mouse/keyboard drained my batteries in 3 days. Being rechargeable/wired is essential! I'm so afraid this one will interfere with my work also... :(
One person found this helpful.
Very poor connectivity and slow finger print sensor
The Good — The keyboard is really nice to type on. Windows-specific function keys are super handy. And it looks great. That's about it. The Bad — Bluetooth connectivity is very very poor. Drops out multiple times a day (in my case 10 or more). Incredibly frustrating when it happens on the login screen. Doesn't always reconnect on computer coming back from sleep. When connectivity deteriorates it starts repeating key presses. It means that if you're happened to be typing in a password you can't even see if it mistyped something. With all of this in mind imagine gaming with it... The fingerprint sensor is terribly slow or/and inaccurate. The Login success rate is around 60/40. It's nothing like what you're used to having on your phone. Not even close. For adequate performance, I would recommend using it always plugged in. I had to do that just to be able to type this review.