Surface Pro 3 Power Supply

Surface Pro 3 Power Supply

Surface Pro 3 Power Supply is rated1.9579831932773109 out of5 by119.
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$79.99

Designed to match your Surface Pro 3, the 36-watt power supply provides power when you need it, or lets you charge your battery when you're working near an outlet.

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Designed to match your Surface Pro 3, the 36-watt power supply provides power when you need it, or lets you charge your battery when you're working near an outlet.

 

 

Magnetic connector
Magnetic snap-in power adapter charges your Surface Pro 3

Slender form factor
Slender cord and adapter allow access to outlets behind furniture or in other tight spaces.

Additional USB port
Plug your phone or other device into the USB 2.0 port to keep it charged and ready to go while you're charging your Surface Pro 3.

Compatibility

Surface Pro 3

Wattage

36W AC

Form Factor

Power supply unit has AC prongs

Dimensions

22 mm

Weight

5.92 ounces

Connectors

Includes USB 2.0

Warranty

1-year limited hardware warranty

Ratings and reviews

Rated 1 out of5 by fromPower Supply is JunkProblems with Surface Pro 3 power supply right out of the box. I plugged the cable into the power brick and it falls out. No grip between the cord and the brick. I tried using rubber bands to hold it together. Not good enough. I finally found an angle to position the power supply, holding it together with rubber bands, which permitted it to charge the tablet. I'm going to buy and extra supply on Amazon and take the junk one back to Best Buy. I'm hoping they will replace the supply and not require me to give them the whole computer since I spent money on tech to configure it to my office. I see from the internet that my experience is not unique. Whatever happened to MS quality control?
Date published: 2015-02-03
Rated 1 out of5 by fromSurface pro 3 chargerMy surface pro 3 charger stopped working. Contacted the retailer JB Hi Fi, they said they can't do anything and advices me to contact MS support. I went to JB HiFi with the charger and requested to lend me a charger until I get a replacement from Microsoft. They tried hard to sell me another charger. What a service I received from JB HiFi! The surface is not the one I will try to avoid, service is poor and asked me to wait for 6 working days. I even offered JB to buy a new one and return it when I get the replacement. They were not interested but tried hard to sell another one. If you can avoid this kind of service.
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 1 out of5 by fromAbsolute GarbageI've owned my Surface Pro 3 for a little over two months and the power supply is now broken. It flashes when plugged into my Surface and will not charge the device. Thankfully, Microsoft is replacing it, but based on the reviews here it looks like this will be something I need to get used to replacing. I REFUSE to purchase one for $80 when they have such a poor design and reliability. Microsoft, fix this issue and ship us new chargers that won't break so easily.
Date published: 2015-05-01
Rated 1 out of5 by fromWould Give 0 Stars If PossibleLike everyone else reviewing this: the magnetic snap that attaches to the surface is fraying and no longer carries charge. This is due to bad design. The magnetic snap slots into the charger in alignment with the body of the surface, while the plug or socket you use will often be perpendicular to the device. This causes the juncture between the magnetic snaps and the cable to be pulled away from the device and eventually loosen, allowing the actual wiring to come loose. Once this fully separates, you'll be in the market for a new charger.This luckily happened to me 13 months after I bought the device, so no Mr. Automated Microsoft Promoting Responder Man, I do not have access to your limited hardware warranty.
Date published: 2016-07-15
Rated 1 out of5 by fromNot reliableI bought my Surface pro 3 a little over a month ago but only started using it a week ago. I managed to charge the Surface three times before the power supply simple Stopped. Working. That's it. No frayed or broken wires, no visible damage (I am extremely careful with all my electronic devices). The LED light was on...until it wasn't. Very poorly designed and poorly engineered. I love my surface but I would love it to be paired by a durable and reliable power supply, or at least have an alternative charging method. I am currently abroad and have no way of getting a replacement shipped over. I am so disappointed, Microsoft!
Date published: 2014-12-30
Rated 1 out of5 by fromPoor DesignI frequently need to charge my surface while actively using it so I can't always leave the surface laying flat to charge. The part that snaps into the surface itself couldn't withstand a month's use, fraying and exposing the wires. It's now been almost 6 months and it's hanging on by a thread, wrapped in copious amounts of electrical tape. When I had a mac and needed to replace the power adapter, I may have scoffed at $80 but I didn't feel like I wasted my money on a terrible product. I can't say that about this power adapter. I'm begging someone on the design team to dream up a better solution in the future.
Date published: 2015-01-29
Rated 1 out of5 by frompoor qualityThe cord frays at the base where you plug into the tablet. I can see the metal wires and the copper wire. This happened after only 3 months of use. You need to get your product and development team to redesign this plug.
Date published: 2014-10-31
Rated 2 out of5 by fromFix With Gorilla GlueLike many others here, the plastic housing holding the magnetic strip at the end of my power supply broke after a few months of normal use. However, I was able to fix it good as new with gorilla glue. A year later it is still working.
Date published: 2015-06-21
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