Microsoft Type Cover with Fingerprint ID Review

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  1. Jamison Cush

    Jamison Cush TechnologyGuide Editor Staff Member

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    Bluetooth and tablet keyboards have always offered a compromised typing experience. Their thin designs necessitate cramped keys and shallow travel, resulting in missed strokes and a mushy typing experience.

    The Microsoft Surface Type Covers have come the closest to offering a true laptop typing experience. But even through three generations of Type Cover that saw refinements, including a larger design for the Surface Pro 3, keys still feel cramped, and the trackpad is only a few steps above useless.

    Microsoft has again refined the keyboard, this time for the Surface Pro 4, adding Chiclet-style keys, a glass trackpad, and an optional fingerprint sensor. Do these changes nudge the Type Cover up closer to quality QWERTY? Read on to find out.

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