Surface Pro 3 Docking Station

Surface Pro 3 Docking Station

Surface Pro 3 Docking Station is rated3.9839 out of5 by62.
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$199.99

Transform your Surface Pro 3 tablet into a complete desktop workstation with this docking station. Easily connect an HD monitor and your favorite 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 favorite 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.

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.

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. The Surface Pro 3 Docking Station also offers multi-monitor capabilities right out of the box with your existing monitors. If you have daisy-chain capable monitors, they can be connected via the mini DisplayPort output on the back of the dock.*

Tech specs

Supported platforms

Windows 8.1 or later

Dimensions

12.9 x 3.8 x 4.4 inches

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 4 out of5 by fromNot a tablet anymore on the Dock!Great device! I admit It has completely replaced my desktop. 2 external USB drives, 2 daisy chain monitors, Ethernet cable, mouse, keyboard,..... I love it! Same set up at home and in the office. Not very convenient, but it will do. Only one big Problem? Once it is on the dock your surface is not a tablet anymore! Try to use the pen to take handwritten notes using Onenote or Evernote when the surface is on the dock? Try Drawing??? or even highlighting a text you read. The position makes It very awkward! The surface screen is not very useful when you have external monitors, but would have been nice to be able to lay it flat on the desk with little tilt for handwriting. I know I could connect devices without docking station, but here we are talking about Docking station. It would be a world class device if you could tilt the screen and dock it like most laptops with a snap and then release it with push of a button!
Date published: 2014-09-25
Rated 5 out of5 by fromFor the healthcare officeHealth care folks - This dock is great for your office, however for the exam rooms not so good as Audrey mentions. While she mentions time - my concern is it places too much stress on the tablet to constant place/ remove from the dock.For the Exam room I suggest a USB 3.0 docking station that you just plug in to the USB port. I DO NOT suggest using the mini- display port related to the port is too fragile for the constant plug/unplug that is required to go from room to room.I suggest that Microsoft chat with the ANKER folks to get an MS branded version of their docks.Audrey- Move this dock to your "private space" to charge your tablet during breaks or doing charting / calls then when you start clinic, just connect the tablet to your exam room via the usb port. The tablet does seem to hold a good charge for the morning then charge at lunch then do afternoon clinic. Also, I would use this dock at home.MS - Better Yet, please add a USB to DVI accessory - so we can display diagnostic images in the exam rooms HDMI is sometimes "fuzzy" and not all us have display port hardware (yet). Cheers Dean
Date published: 2014-08-04
Rated 5 out of5 by fromMust have accessorySuper simple to use and connects/disconnects easier than any full size laptop docking station than I've had to work with at the office. If you want to use your SP3 as a desktop, and why wouldn't you after spending the dough on something with this much horsepower and versatility, the docking station is a must have. Very well deigned, nice compliment of expansion ports, holds the device at just the right angle, works like it should.
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 5 out of5 by fromGreat designThe non-slip base allows me to let the keyboard hang at a 20 degree angle off the edge of my credenza, and i can type at an angle The USB 3.0 ports make for fast data transfer. Very nicely packaged
Date published: 2015-04-16
Rated 5 out of5 by fromJust perfectThis is perfect to make the Surface Pro 3 a full desktop replacement. Now I have a 3-in-1: desktop, tablet and laptop, all in one product.
Date published: 2014-12-08
Rated 4 out of5 by fromEasy to useI'm mainly using this in my living room, connecting my TV with HDMI adaptor (Yes have to pay extra for that) and HDMI cable while charging my surface. Up to now, the dock is working good. Sometimes it disconnects when I move the dock or table... That is pretty dissatisfying though but not a huge deal.
Date published: 2015-03-10
Rated 3 out of5 by fromPrefer a VESA-mountA nice heavy and solid dock with lots of ports. But at my desk, the screen is too low compared to my big monitor so its difficult to see and it takes up a lot of desk space. So I just end up ignoring the surface screen or putting a bunch of books underneath to raise it up. What about mounting it on VESA next to the big monitor so you can see both screens easily?Why does it need multiple steps to clamp everything together when you dock? Its so weird, like its from the Terminator movies or something and seems totally unnecessary: all the connectors are only on one side of the tablet after all.Oh and what's with the high-dpi support? The windows look crazy when you drag from the surface screen to a regular 1080p monitor. Why can't it drag over smoothly? I guess that's not a fault of the hardware, but more of a Windows 8 thing.Hope to see some improvements cause its still a little rough around the edges.
Date published: 2014-09-07
Rated 5 out of5 by fromExcellent, fast, and convienient.This dock is super easy to use and has a nice feel when closing the edges to lock in the Surface. It has just enough weight to stay in place with lots of wires connected but is still easy to move if you really need to.My only complaint is that it really should have included a second display port. You can use the one on the side of the Surface itself, but what's the point of docking if you have to plug and unplug cables?
Date published: 2014-08-01
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