The Microsoft Surface Pro 3 has gotten a lot of love and attention from tech fans, and its latest docking station is the latest toy they must have. On Friday, Microsoft announced the availability of the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Docking Station, which should please Surface 3 owners.
Microsoft via its Surface Blog announced that the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station is available now via its retail stores, online, and in authorized sellers in the US and Canada. While not cheap, it gives Surface Pro 3 users the ability to use their Surface Pro 3 more.
What Can The Dock Do?
For Surface Pro 3 users who want to connect their unit to an external monitor and keyboard, the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station is a must have. Users can connect an external monitor, keyboard, mouse, printer, external hard drive, and speakers to it. It turns the Surface Pro 3 into a true desktop computer.
What makes the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station amazing is that it has 6 USB ports, and 4 of them are USB 3.0. Users will be able to transport large amounts of data with these ports, and will be able to connect flash drives and more to it. Additionally, the Gigabit ethernet port makes network sharing a blast too.
External Monitors Make It A Powerhouse
With the addition of the ports, the Surface Pro 3 also has ways to connect multiple monitors to the Surface Pro 3. Users are able to connect up to 3 different monitors to the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station, and even a 4K monitor if they want. This will make those with ample desktop space a perfect candidate for this station.
The Surface Pro 3 Docking Station is available now, and is something special for Surface Pro 3 users. It serves those looking to expand their Surface Pro 3 device to more of a desktop device, and Microsoft listened to its customers with its demands. This type of accessory will sell out quickly, and is something that Surface Pro 3 fans will want to get right away.
I like this Surface Pro 3 device a lot. The Docking Station makes me want that too.
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