The keyboard Microsoft announced on Thursday will cost $199, but you’ll be paying $199 for a Surface Pro with a Surface Laptop.
The keyboard, which has been named the Surface Pro 2, is a “standard” typeface, with a full set of functions, according to the company.
It’s not a standard Windows keyboard, though.
It does have a set of standard-sized keys, but Microsoft said it’s designed specifically for the Surface Laptops, Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, and Surface Pro 3.
“Microsoft designed the Surface keyboard to be a standard for Windows 10 and the Surface tablets,” the company said.
“It’s the same key size and shape as the Windows 10 keyboard and comes with all of the built-in functionality, including Microsoft Edge.”
The keyboard is available in black and red, and it’s also available with the default Windows 10 experience.
The company said the Surface Pen has been redesigned to make it compatible with Surface Pro.
Microsoft has also updated its keyboard settings page to include a list of Windows-specific settings, which can be configured in Settings > System > Keyboard and Touchpad.
The new Surface Pro features an Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage, along with a 128GB SSD, as well as a pair of USB 3.0 ports and a microphone jack.
The Surface Pro is available now for $1,299.99.
It will be available later this year.