Hands-on with Microsoft’s simple — yet effective — Surface Adaptive Kit

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Jason Cipriani

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Jason Cipriani

Jason Cipriani
Contributing Writer

Jason Cipriani has been covering technology news and reviewing the latest gadgets as a freelance journalist for the past 13 years.

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on January 20, 2022

| Topic: Hardware

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All four sheets of labels in the Adaptive Kit.

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At first glance,

Microsoft’s $15 Surface Adaptive Kit

appears to be an accessory that’s easy to scroll by and forget about. I know I looked at it on Microsoft’s website for a few minutes and then filed it away as something that was neat, but not necessarily applicable to me. 

But a few weeks ago, Microsoft sent me the Adaptive Kit to check out for myself and I’ve changed my mind. Not only is Microsoft making its line of Surface products easier to use for those with disabilities, but the Adaptive Kit adds optional functionality for everyone. And, best of all, it’s affordable. 

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