Surface Pro 3 Docking Station

Surface Pro 3 Docking Station

Surface Pro 3 Docking Station is rated3.8333 out of5 by12.
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Transform your Surface Pro 3 tablet into a complete desktop workstation with this docking station. Easily connect an HD monitor and your favourite accessories via multiple inputs and five USB ports.

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Transform your Surface Pro 3 tablet into a complete desktop workstation with this docking station. Easily connect an HD monitor and your favourite accessories via multiple inputs and five USB ports.

 

 
Instant office
Just click your Surface Pro 3 into the dock and go from tablet to full desktop PC in an instant. With an Ethernet port, Mini DisplayPort, and five USB ports (three USB 3.0, two USB 2.0) you can easily connect an HD monitor, wired network connection, audio system, full-size keyboard, mouse, printer and more.

Video output
Extend your display to a larger screen. The mini DisplayPort connection delivers high-definition video resolution of up to 3840 x 2600 DPI.

Five USB ports
Boasting five USB ports (three USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0), you can transfer large files to an external drive, plug in a USB printer or headset, charge multiple accessories and more.

Ethernet port
When you need the reliability of a wired network connection, the super-fast Ethernet connection offers data transfer rates up to 1 billion bits per second.

48-watt power supply
Quickly recharge your Surface battery while you work, so you can hit the road or the halls with a fully charged device.

Tech specs

Supported platforms

Windows 8.1 or later

Dimensions

12.9 x 3.8 x 4.4 inches (327.66 x 96.52 x 111.76 millimeters)

Weight

1.43 pounds (650g)

Ports

Power supply input
3 USB 3.0 ports
2 USB 2.0 ports
Gigabit Ethernet port
3.5mm audio input/output connection
Mini DisplayPort video output
Security lock slot

Compatibility

Surface Pro 3

Ratings and Reviews

Rated 5 out of5 by fromAwesomeThe docking station for the Surface 3 is fantastic.In my home office I no longer use my desktop PC, which has now become nothing more than a monitor stand for the 24" monitor. Just plug in the Surface and I'm working with a full featured PC, two monitors (the 24" and the surface screen), full size keyboard and mouse wired network cable etc..Need to go to a meeting? Pull the Surface and the "Road warrior" is on the move!If the docking station for the Surface 2 was available in Australia; I would have made this move 2 years ago.
Date published: 2015-01-08
Rated 5 out of5 by fromSo far so goodHave been using the docking station with my Surface Pro 3 for about a month, since mid-September. I use an Avermedia usb TV tuner with my Windows 8.1 pro (with Media Centre), 2 externally powered 4tb wd hard disks, mini-displayport to hdmi on my Dell monitor and external usb LG Blu-ray player. I also use streaming video through the wireless network connection. All works well. Best thing is that the docking ports connect through the power connection on the Surface Pro 3. This then leaves the Surface's single onboard usb port free for my Roland Edirol UA-25EX, which previously suffered drop outs through usb docking hubs. Turning off Windows system sounds, selecting no sounds in Sounds, may have helped too for the Edirol. Pull the side columns out together, dock the Surface, push the columns carefully in, which I did not realise at first. I find I do not need to eject the hard disks, but that would not necessarily apply to everyone. Colour could be better if it matched the Surface. So far so good.
Date published: 2014-10-11
Rated 5 out of5 by fromJust what I needed....One of the problems when using the Surface as a home unit was the lack of USB ports and an Ethernet. The docking station solves all those shortcomings.
Date published: 2015-10-17
Rated 4 out of5 by fromGood Docking StationThis is a good product except for the supplied power supply. The cord from the wall socket to the transformer is such a loose fit that it drops out when any vibration occurs or it is bumped. I've fitted two rubber bands in place to make do. I then requested a replacement and the new replacement was exactly the same, so it must be a fault in design manufacture, a pity because everything else is fine.
Date published: 2015-07-11
Rated 4 out of5 by fromIf looking to replace your laptop its essentialMy boss (technophile) bought me the pro3 and all accessories (i know a pretty good boss hey :). Must admit i was a non convert at first...I was happy with my Dell XPS with max options and Windows 7. Took me a while to get used to it but know my laptop sits next to me like an old dog! Thing is....you MUST have the docking station....down side its pretty expensive an sometimes a little awkward when docking...one for Windows to work on.
Date published: 2015-06-06
Rated 5 out of5 by fromPerfectEasy setup and works straight out of the box. Connects all my external devices including Blu-ray writer. Viewing angle is fine, unlike other biased reviewer. Would be nice if it had a few extra USB 3.0 ports and possibly a micro-sd or sd slot also. Can't win em all though. Overall 8/10.
Date published: 2015-01-01
Rated 1 out of5 by fromDisappointed - only 1 monitor outputPretty disappointed with this. Only 1 video output really is a shame. Anyone who is serious about using the surface with multi monitor needs a good dock - there should be at minimum 2 output - why not just add a HDMI as well as the Display Port? Plenty of USB docking stations out there that provide the multi video out but they have to be connected through the USB 3 port - can't just click it in like the Microsoft Dock - shame.
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 1 out of5 by fromStands not ergonomic - viewing angle restrictedI find the docking station's static position too upright - if a future version made the angle more pivoting and portable, I would ditch this version and buy the next one. The stand on the actual surface pro 3 has the same issue. If you are using the surface pro 3 all day, you will most certainly need a monitor to get a good ergonomic position.
Date published: 2014-11-26
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