Kensington today announced a new docking station for Microsoft’s Surface Pro. This docking station is fairly unique, as it turns your Surface Pro into a mini Surface Studio, while also offering up the extra connectivity of a premium docking station (via The Verge.)
The dock is built on the power of Microsoft’s Surface Connect technology and comes with an array of ports. Positioned on the rear, these include a microphone and headphone port, USB C port, 4 USB 3.0 ports, an Ethernet port, a display port, and an HDMI port.
Thanks to a pivot hinge You can also pivot the dock down to a comfortable inking angle, and dock your Surface Pen. You even can use up to two 4K external monitors with the dock.
The new docking station— oddly called the SD7000— was announced at Microsoft’s Inspire partner conference, and is planned to become available for $299. There’s no immediate specifics on when it will be available for purchase, as Kensington is currently only sharing the tech specs and functionality of the dock.Further reading: Microsoft, Surface, Surface Pro