Turn your ultraportable Surface into a desktop PC and boost your productivity with Surface Dock. Compatible with Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro, Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Book, Surface Book 2 and Surface Go.
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All the ports you need
With two high-definition video ports, a gigabit Ethernet port, four USB 3.0 ports, and an audio output, you have all the connections you need. Transform your Surface into a desktop PC by plugging in your Dock with the SurfaceConnect cable.
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Works as advertised
I have two of these... one at home and one at the office. It connects perfectly to by SP4 and my Surface Book. My only complaint is the cost... otherwise it does exactly what I want it to do.
4 out of 4 people found this helpful.
Works Perfectly - Now. Highly recommended
Bought this to go along with my Surface Pro 4 just over a year ago. I'll admit, it was brutal at first. But there has been soft updates to both the dock (when connected during Windows Updates) as well as to the Surface Pro 4 (specifically the display drivers) that have resolved all my issues. Now, over the last six month, it has worked flawlessly - especially true if you can connect mini-displayport cables to DisplayPort on the monitor. I have two monitors connected this way and they work perfectly when I dock. I initially tried mini-DisplayPort to HDMI cables to my monitors, but they were slow to sync and need to be special cables to handle the 'active' conversion between the two display technologies (i.e. DisplayPort to HDMI). In general, it's a great addition to my Surface Pro 4. One connector to the Surface Pro and I've got my keyboard, mouse, two monitors, and USB connector to my phone all enabled. I still have two leftover USB ports, audio jack, and Ethernet jack on the dock that I haven't used. Pricey, but worth the convenience and connectivity options opened up!
2 out of 2 people found this helpful.
Not a travel dock
I bought this with the intent of keeping it in my shoulderbag to take along with the Surface Pro and that's just not a good idea. This is a desktop dock where the idea is to put it on your work or home desk, connect up all the displays and peripherals you expect to use regularly and then just leave it all there. You detach your Surface and just take that. I do have to say though - even with that intention, this seems unreasonably large and heavy. There's really not much inside the dock itself which is surprisingly large. It should have been possible to put the power supply in there as well and make it a single block rather than two. That would have given the dock the extra weight it needed without having to weight it down. Alternatively, they could have slimmed down the dock and the power supply to the point where they could be used for both 'leave behind' and 'travel'. As it is, it kind if misses in all directions. It's functional - works fine - but feels like they were trying for one thing, then got distracted and ended up with a weird compromise.
4 out of 5 people found this helpful.
Unexpectedly Heavy and display port does not work
Got mine next week with Surface Pro4. Display port output on Surface works but not the display port on the dock but USB ports are ok. Have to figure out if there is a special sequence to activate it. Both the adapter and dock are extremely heavy (they seem heavier than the tablet itself). If you are getting this instead of a docking station thinking of taking it on the road you should factor this in The advantage of this dock over the docking station is that you can use this with the tablet at any orientation. Whereas the docking station works in a laptop orientation.
One person found this helpful.
Amazing and compact
Amazing and compact. I love the fact that I can convert my Surface Pro 4 in a desktop workstation just plugging it to the dock, I have all my peripherals plugged and it works flawlessly. I highly recommend this dock station
Not working properly with a Surface Pro 3
This thing is a glorified (but buggy) usb hub. Updated my Pro 3, updated the dock, updated windows 10 + drivers, spent hours on chat and phone with tech support, got a replacement dock, re-updated everything, did a full reset of my Pro 3, tried three separate kinds of active hdmi adapters, all recommended by Microsoft. That was more than a year ago, it still can not output video to ANY hdmi monitors, projectors, or televisions. Tech support told me to wait for windows and/or driver updates. And now I see these comments : "Hi there, Thank you for your review. What you are describing is not a typical experience and we would like to help troubleshoot it with you. First we recommend you check out our troubleshooting page here: .... blablabla" My advice: Take 250$, give it to someone you don't like and ask to be punched in the face, you will feel better than if you buy this stupid dock.
Great for the Home Office
I was really reluctant to get the Surface Dock even though i was eyeing it since I got my Surface Pro 4 a year ago. I finally got it last week after 3 months of using a USB dock (for a USB mouse and keyboard) and plugging in an external display and speakers and charger separately. I didn't have to do any additional set up to get the dock to work. Just plugged in my mouse, keyboard, external display, and speakers and it worked perfectly as soon as I connected my Surface. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who primarily uses the Surface as their only device and travels with their surface but enjoys having a larger display when working from home. Great thing is now I can leave my charger in my backpack and never forget to bring it with me to work and school.
Not a good experience with new Surface Pro
I recently purchased a new Surface Pro as a long awaited upgrade to my older Surface Pro2. Since my Pro2 had a docking station which worked flawlessly I was anxious to have the same set up for my new Pro. I purchased the Surface Dock and updated all the firmware and drivers but could not get any sound from my Asus monitor. It worked fine by connecting the mini display port cable directly to the Pro. Returned the unit, got a replacement and reviewed problems with store staff, went through the same process and still no audio. I also discovered that the system would not wake up from sleep mode and the only way to get it awake was to disconnect and reconnect the Dock. So returned it today for a refund and I will wait for future Dock firmware updates or a new model. Update 10/17/17 Bought a third Surface Dock and still had the same problems, ended up buying a Surface Pro 3 dock with the insert (for the Pro 4) and everything works perfectly
Great Product with Minor issues
It’s excellent extension to surface. Very easy to connect and makes tablet instantly to full fledge PC. I have LG 4k Screen + Wireless Keyboard Mouse and in 1 sec I can make tablet to PC. Very compact design little heavy though but I like finishing. It’s do charging as well. The major issue with this is – if I connect iPhone with this, it keep getting disconnected and I have to use surface Pro USB port to do iphone data transfer. Not sure why. Please help me if anyone has answer. Recommended for the people if they like desktop and looking for office type desktop experience.