|Brand Name||Juiced Systems®|
|Item model number||SUR-03|
|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.9 x 4.3 x 0.5 inches|
Juiced Systems Microsoft Surface Pro 3 - 4 in 1 Adapter - 2x USB 3.0, SD/SDHC/MMC4.0, Micro SD/SDHC
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- Supports USB 3.0 ( 2 USB Inputs)
- 1 Micro SD Card Reader
- 1 SD Card Reader
- 1 Adapter Per Package
- Designed for Surface Pro 3 - Conforms to your Surface Pro 3
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The Juiced Systems Surface Pro 3 - “4 in 1” adapter was made specifically to conform to your Surface Pro 3 tablet. The unit will not block or impair any ports or buttons. The adapters low profile makes it a must have accessory to compliment your Surface Pro 3 tablet. Adding 2 USB 3.0 ports, 1 SD card input and 1 MicroSD card input, will allow you to be more efficient while using your Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet.
- SURFACE PRO 3
- SURFACE PRO 2
- Two USB 3.0 Ports
- One Micro SD Input
- One SD Input
- 1x Juiced Systems Surface Pro 3 – “4 in 1” Adapter
- 2 Year Warranty
- Q: Will this adapter work with my Surface Pro 4?
- A: NO, this adapter was designed specifically for the Surface Pro 3 and the Surface Pro 4 has slightly different dimensions as well as port placement.
- Q: Is Juiced Systems making an adapter for the Surface Pro 4?
- Q: Will this Surface Pro 3 model work on my Surface 3?
- A: NO! the Surface 3 is a 10” screen with different port layouts compared to the 12” screen of the SP3, this adapter will block the charging port on a Surface 3.
Seller Warranty Description2 Year Warranty.
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An external SSD (Samsung T1) connected directly to the Surface 3 USB 3.0 port without the Juiced Systems adapter yielded 138 MBPS when copying from the SSD back to the same to the SSD (bidirectional test). That's roughly equivalent to about 300 MBPS unidirectional (which I can't test directly because of the Surface 3 eMMC speed... see below). I then performed the same test, this time through the Juiced Systems adapter and observed 124 MBPS, equivalent to roughly 270 MBPS unidirectional. Thus, the adapter's hub is degrading performance about 10% relative to the Surface 3's built in USB 3.0 port. Not too bad in my opinion.
I then copied an SD card (rated for 85 MBPS under ideal conditions) from the Juiced Systems adapter to the Samsung SSD which was also connected to the Juiced Systems adapter and observed transfer speeds of 59 MBPS. I performed the same test again using a good SD card reader plugged into the Juiced Systems adapter along with the Samsung SSD and observed 70 MBPS. Thus, the Juiced Systems SD card slot is performing about 16% slower than a high performance SD card adapter plugged into one of the Juiced Systems USB 3.0 ports.The 16% degradation is a bit high for my taste, but 59 MBPS throughput is still pretty usable in my application.
Just for completeness sake I tested the write speed to the Surface 3's internal eMMC "SSD" from the external SSD, the Juiced Systems SD card slot, and the alternate SD reader plugged into a Juiced Systems USB 3.0 port, and observed 33 MBPS transfers in all cases. Thus, the Surface 3's internal eMMC "SSD" is the limiting factor when transferring from the Juiced Systems adaptor *or* the Surface 3 USB 3.0 port. Note Surface *Pro* 3 computers use real SSDs instead of eMMC memory, and they will show a higher internal transfer speeds than the Surface 3.
All told, I think the transfer speeds I see on my Surface 3 equipped with this Juiced Systems adapter are pretty respectable. Potential purchasers should, however, note the adapter will *only* work when the Surface 3 is operating on battery because the adapter covers the Surface 3's micro-USB charging port. I'm happy with the Juiced Systems adapter on my Surface 3 because I plan to use it only occasionally to transfer SD cards from my camera to my external SSD, and I can do that while operating on battery.
EDIT: Hah... since buying this I hadn't looked at other reviews and others seem to indicate similar issues with the device not being able to handle multiple connections, intermittent function, and doing even worse things. Soooo... I am thinking mine is in the same realm of disappointment and I revised my review down a star. I would say DO NOT BOTHER. It may or may not do what you hope it will.
Note that there is a new version with an external power port which may be better, but I will not chance Juiced again.