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Microsoft Docking Station for Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2

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Product Description

Microsoft Docking Station - The Docking Station designed exclusively for Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2.

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Surface Docking Station


Connect to all your favorite accessories with one click.


Instant. Office.

Simply click in and go from road warrior to desktop master with this docking station designed exclusively for the Microsoft Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2. Instantly connect to and power up all of your essential gear, including your phone, mouse, and of course your Surface.


Features

  • Go from tablet to full desktop PC in one click.
  • Charge multiple accessories, transfer large files to an external drive or plug into the Ethernet port for a reliable wired network connection.
  • The docking station charges your Surface while you work, so you can hit the road with a full-charged device.

Supported Platforms: Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2
Dimensions: 316 x 107 x 91mm
Weight: 650 grams
Ports: 1 USB 3.0 Port, 3 USB 2.0 Ports, Ethernet port (10/100 Ethernet RJ-45), 3.5 mm audio input/output connections, 1 DisplayPort video output

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 4.3 x 5.4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00N3J9QCS
  • Item model number: G5Y-00001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (175 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #457 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 30, 2013
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67 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Shopper on December 14, 2013
Bottom Line: Very easy to set up and use. Designed for Surface Pro tablets. Not compatible with Surface RT tablets. Additional equipment is required to support multiple monitors when used with a first generation Surface Pro, unless they are USB monitors. Recommended, but test all ports after purchase and check for driver updates.

Full Review: Overall the user experience is quite good. On a tabletop the viewing angle is about the same as when using the kickstand, so no issues there. The Surface tablet rests in a stable position if the clamps are in the open position, so the tablet can be set in the dock without it being charged or connected to accessories. The keyboard covers can still be used when docked, or the new wireless adapter is also handy if the dock location precludes comfortable typing while docked. The Docking Station for Surface Pro is going to be the nicest fitting docking station you are going to find on the market, since it was manufactured to be an exact match for the form factor of the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet PC. The slider mechanism for locking the two bracket arms into place on either side of the tablet operate smoothly, and again are an exact fit for the different ports on the Surface Pro it replicates and for the power charger.

For the owner of a second generation Surface Pro, the Surface Pro 2, there is significant upside seemingly without negatives compared with competing products. It could probably use another USB 3.0 port, since 3 out of 4 ports are USB 2.0, but that can be overlooked. If you are an owner of the original MS Surface Pro, however, the value proposition is a little more challenging. To add one additional monitor, that can be accomplished easily by way of the single included mini DisplayPort.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Ramkumar Balaraman on May 18, 2014
The Surface Pro 2 is a powerful tablet computer, so a docking station completes the experience by allowing you to use a regular monitor and input peripherals to get desktop-like ergonomics when at work or home. The availability of such a peripheral was a key consideration, at least for me, when choosing the Surface Pro 2 over similar offerings from Dell, Lenovo, Toshiba and Acer. The other consideration was the precision stylus. For the most part, it has turned out as expected, with a few missing features.

First the obvious question, why choose this over a cheaper USB 3.0 dock? Its a matter of convenience (not having to plug in USB, power and display cables, as well as prop up the tablet if you wish to use it as an auxillary display) and aesthetics (easier to hide cables behind the Microsoft docking station, and it generally looks much better than most USB 3.0 docks I've seen). If you leave convenience and aesthetics out, a Plugable USB 3.0 dock provides more bang for the buck versus this factory dock, since it also provides multiple USB 3.0 ports and additional video ports. Performance is on par since this Microsoft dock is essentially a USB 3.0 dock, except for the miniDP passthrough (which you could use directly from the tablet if you were using a Plugable dock).

On to pros and cons.

Pros:
1. Looks great, props up the tablet at a decent angle (could be slightly more angled for a typical desk), and supports leaving a keyboard cover attached.
2. Great build quality. Slides into tablet ports smooth and easy each time. Good weight and does not move around easily.
3. Provides plenty of USB ports (albeit USB 2.0), charges the tablet, provides ethernet and displayport ports.
4. Dock comes with a power adapter.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By James H. Hansen on February 1, 2014
I am very pleased with the ease of use and build quality of this docking station, but am very disappointed in the performance.

My biggest disappointment was that the Ethernet speed is only 10/100 Mbps. With a USB 3.0 link they could easily have included a built-n hub with a gigabit Ethernet port. My second issue is that there is only one USB 3.0 port with the other three USB ports rated 2.0. An extra USB 3.0 port would have been appreciated My solution to these problems will be to buy an external USB 3.0 hub with a built in Ethernet adapter for (more or less) $30. The third problem is the mini-display port adapter. I would prefer a sturdier full-size display port. Since the video output is capable of supporting dual monitors on my desktop, a built-in splitter with two ports would also have been nice. As it is I will have to buy another adapter to support my desktop displays.

As best I can tell this is more of a port replicator than a true docking station. The USB 3.0 and display connectors seem to simply be passed through connectors that automatically plug into the ports on either side of the Surface carrying the signals to the ports on the back of this device and the power passed through to the Surface. Although I haven't disassembled anything to find out, I suspect the USB 2.0 and Ethernet ports are passed through connectors on the lower edge of the Surface to the ports on the back. (The Core i5-4200U and Core i5-4300U CPU's used by the Surface Pro models provides USB signalling and the Ethernet support probably is provided by the WiFi chip.) There appear to be no "smarts" in the device to justify the price or the designation "docking station". By the way, I certainly would not pay more than the MSRP of $200.
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