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Available now: a full line-up
Organizations can now buy the necessary Surface accessories to match their Surface purchase, helping them make the most of their device and gain access to extra features. There is a wide range of accessories. On top of Microsoft Surface accessories, the “Designed for Surface” program offers many more options, designed specifically for Surface by third-party vendors.
The range of accessories is very wide and features items such as:
- Headphones, speakers and webcams: certified accessories for Teams meetings
- Type Covers and keyboards
- Pens and mice
- Power supply units, docks and adapters
- Protective covers and holders
A lot of attention was also paid to ergonomic accessories (see ‘Maximum accessibility’). These accessories, including keyboards and mice, help relieve your hands, wrists and arms and were designed to enable you to work with a more comfortable, natural posture. For a full overview of all available accessories, visit https://www.microsoft.com/nl-nl/surface/business/accessories.
Advice from partners
Looking to buy Surface accessories? We’ve got your back! Microsoft’s authorized resellers will gladly lend a helping hand, providing advice on picking, purchasing and implementing Surface hardware and accessories.
Did you know that most professional Surface accessories are universal, making them compatible with multiple generations of Surface devices? When your company buys accessories, it’s making a long-term investment. That’s good to know, especially if you’re planning to invest in new Surface hardware in the future.
Accessibility for end users was a key concern in developing the Surface and corresponding accessories. The Surface Adaptive Kit is a prime example. The Surface Adaptive Kit was designed to guarantee maximum accessibility for any Surface user. You can easily find important keys, see which ports and cables belong together, and open the Kickstand. To find out more about the Surface Adaptive Kit, visit this page.
Designed for Surface
Are you familiar with the Designed for Surface program? In this program, Microsoft works with third-party vendors to develop a wide range of certified products for any and all industries. Any accessory that meets our strict compatibility and interoperability requirements is certified as “Designed for Surface”, which you’ll find stated clearly on the product. Ultimately, this helps end users make the right choice. Want to know where you can buy certified accessories? We’ve put together a handy overview on this page.
Curious about accessories that go with your Surface? Have a look at this page. You’ll find a clear list and all the tech specs and information you need.