A tablet is a fine gadget on its own, but when it is coupled with a useful accessory such as a protective cover with a built-in Bluetooth-enabled keyboard, or perhaps working alongside a docking station, then it would see its strengths get augmented all the more. With the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station from Microsoft, this particular accessory will be able to help personalize the use of your Surface Pro 3, all the while giving the overall level of productivity a nice kick in the rear end. In fact, the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station has now arrived in the U.S. and Canada, where it can be picked up from Microsoft retail stores, online via MicrosoftStore.com, and third-party retailers.
Touted to deliver a full desktop PC experience as and when required, the Surface Pro 3 Docking Station will boast of a gigabit Ethernet port that delivers up to 1 Gbps wired network speeds whenever possible, a Mini DisplayPort that caters for HD video of up to 4,096 x 2,304 resolution, and a whopping five USB ports so that you will be able to let your Surface Pro 3 tablet work with a slew of other productivity tools like an HD monitor, a wired network connection, an audio system, an external mouse and keyboard, and printer, among others. Thanks to the 48W charging system, you need not fret about running out of juice powering your other accessories without keeping the Surface Pro 3 powered.
If you have always wanted to turn your Surface Pro 3 in to a three-in-one device, then this looks set to be the ideal intermediate solution. [Press Release]