Best keyboards for the Surface Studio 2 Plus in 2023

Whether you need something ergonomic, wireless, or customizable, there’s an option out there for your Surface Studio 2 Plus.

After four years, Microsoft finally updated the Surface Studio lineup with the Surface Studio 2+. This flagship, all-in-one, Windows 11-powered computer doesn’t bring much new in terms of design and mainly has under-the-hood specs bumps, but if you’re new to the lineup or need those new specs, it’s worth looking at. And if you purchased one, you might be looking for a new keyboard to go beyond the Surface Keyboard included in the box.

The good news is that you can buy many great keyboards for the Surface Studio 2+. We have options from Logitech, Razer, Keychon, and more, along with wireless and wired keyboards. Some of these keyboards also use Bluetooth and also wireless dongles, so you can even connect them to your other devices, like the Surface Pro 9.

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    Logitech MX Keys

    Editor’s Choice

    The Logitech MX Keys is one of our favorite keyboards thanks to the backlighting, month-long battery life, and the ability to use it with multiple devices with just the tap of a button.

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    Logitech MX Mechnical

    Premium Pick

    Logitech’s MX Mechanical is a keyboard for those who want the tactile feel of a mechanical keyboard but the toned-down business-like look without the RGB lighting of a gaming keyboard. It even has USB-C charging.

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    HP Smart Buy Wired 320K Keyboard

    Best Value

    $14 $19 Save

    Want to worry less about recharging batteries or connecting wirelessly or via Bluetooth to your Surface Studio 2+? You’ll want to buy this wired keyboard from HP. It connects to a USB-A port onboard, though you’ll need a dongle to use it.

  • Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard

    Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard

    Compact wireless keyboard

    $40 $70 Save

    The Microsoft Designer Compact keyboard is a great compact keyboard for the Surface Studio 2+. It’s a mini keyboard similar to the one included in the box and is great for those who might not have a lot of desk space.

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    CHERRY Stream Wireless Keyboard

    Slim profile wired keyboard

    CHERRY is known for mechanical keyboard switches, but this is a great productivity keyboard for the Surface Studio 2+ since it has a slim profile, silent XS Switches, and a super long battery life.

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    Razer BlackWidow V4 Pro

    Wired gaming keyboard

    This keyboard is for those who might prefer to use a gaming keyboard with their Surface Studio 2+. It comes with clicky or smooth switches and has per-key lighting. You also get the Razer Command dial which lets you control your PC more easily, and macro keys for apps like Photoshop or other video editors.

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    Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard

    Ergonomic keyboard

    Want to match the look and feel of your Surface Studio 2+ but need a comfy keyboard? Check out the Surface Ergonomic Keyboard. This unique layout will help you type all day with less strain on your hands and wrists.

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    Logitech Ergo K860

    For typists

    $122 $130 Save

    This Logitech keyboard is another ergonomic alternative who might be typing all day on the Surface Studio 2+. It has a large palm rest and is ergonomically shaped for comfortable typing. It’s also more affordable than the Microsoft unit.

A look back at the best keyboards for the Surface Studio 2+

Those are some of the best keyboards for the Surface Studio 2+. We included a bit of everything, from wired mechanical keyboards to ergonomic options. Our favorite of the bunch is the Logitech MX Keys. Logitech is a reputable brand for a reason, and this all-around keyboard can connect to multiple devices at once. If you’re looking for a mechanical keyboard from Logitech, there’s the Logitech MX Mechanical, which takes many features from the MX Keys. Then, if you need an ergonomic keyboard and plan to be typing a lot, check out the Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard.

Other than those top three picks, the CHerry Steam Wireless Keyboard is a great wired slim-profile keyboard, and the Razer BlackWidow v4 Pro is an excellent mechanical keyboard with macro keys and per-key RGB lighting. For a more compact keyboard, meanwhile, the Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard is great. And, if you need an ergonomic keyboard from Logitech similar to the Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard, there’s the Logitech Ergo K860.

If you happen to buy one of these keyboards, you can also use them with any other PC or some of the other best Surface PCs.


Surface Studio 2 Plus

The Surface Studio 2+ is an all-in-one computer powered by 11th-generation Intel processors and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics.