On 17th August, Brydge will start selling one new range of Surface accessories which come with ‘Designed for Surface’ badge, thus implying that they’re developed in association with Microsoft. This new range includes keyboards meant for Surface Go and Surface Pro. However, the most interesting product in this group is the W-Touch Standalone Trackpad worth $99.99, which is apparently the first ever standalone wireless trackpad developed for Windows 10.
The latest W-Touch features a stunning black coating with aluminium build. The trackpad supports multi-touch gestures, Precision drivers and has Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity. It has a huge glass surface, measuring 3.3. inches deep and 5.5 inches across, to help you navigate comfortably. The trackpad is a little smaller than the Magic Trackpad 2 but is still spacious.
It’s said that the W-Touch can deliver a battery life that can be extended up to a month, and can be recharged through USB-C.
Meanwhile, Brydge is reportedly also releasing W-Type for complementing W-Touch. That would likely be a wireless keyboard having aluminium detailing as well as an entire row of the function keys and will cost $59.99. The keys utilize scissor mechanism, with each key having a 2 mm travel, which as per Brydge, is the perfect key travel amount.