Microsoft PD9-00003

Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3

  • Model: PD9-00003
  • Sku: PD9-00003
  • In-Store Only

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  • For Surface Pro 3, 4, And Surface Book
  • 1 x Gigabit Ethernet, 4 x USB 3.0 Type-A
  • 2 x Mini-DisplayPort, 1 x Audio Out
  • External power supply
  • Surface Connect cable
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Transform your Surface into a desktop PC with the PD9-00003 Surface Dock from Microsoft. It has two Mini-DisplayPorts, a Gigabit Ethernet port, four USB 3.0 Type-A ports, and an audio output jack. Use the dock to charge your devices, connect an additional monitor, keyboard, mouse, and more. Simply connect it to your Surface via the magnetic Surface Connect cable and the external power cable when required.
 

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Dimensions

Boxed
Height 2.9 in
Width 3.8 in
Weight 2 lbs 13.6 oz
Depth 11.4 in

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MicrosoftSurface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3
 
2.7

(based on 219 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (55)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (30)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (16)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (30)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (88)

46%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Reviewed by 219 customers

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5.0

Replaced my Surface Tablet and Desktop Tower

By dougpaw57

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Comments about Microsoft Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3:

I bought this dock along with a Surface Book to replace my Surface Pro 4 and desktop PC. The dock functions flawlessly after firmware update.

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4.0

Great device but needs a couple changes

By seoland

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Comments about Microsoft Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3:

Like this Dock very well. Very powerful addition to the Surface Pro 4 and very well built. Would like to see the following changes to improve the Dock: --add 2ea USB C Ports with support for USB 3.1 Standard --Integrate the power supply into the Dock so I only have 1 device to carry around. It is big/heavy enough already so a little bigger/heavier will not matter much.

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1.0

Microsoft Surface Dock - Why

By Ronsnake

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Comments about Microsoft Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3:

I purchased the Microsoft Surface Dock at the same time I purchased my Microsoft Surface Book and ARC Touch Mouse - I took everything home set it up with two display monitors everything worked fantastic I could not be happier. Then a month ago the issues started happening. I would connect my Docking Station to the Surface Book and the mouse cursor keeps going to the upper left corner or lower left corner and will not allow me to do anything unless I unplug the Docking Station and only use the Surface Book. I read up on issues and resolutions updated my Docking Station and still nothing. Why does everything work great for 7 months then it all goes down hill. It just makes no sense - I am not a tech person but it shouldn't be this difficult especially for what I spent on this setup.

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5.0

Works like a Champ!

By aaronh4011

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Comments about Microsoft Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3:

I have zero issues with this. Just bought it, plugged it in, connected my Surface Book and it works. With no issues. Nice product Microsoft!

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5.0

Clean cut and powerful.

By OmarRod

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Design is great and very portable.

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2.0

Has Issues with External HDDs

By Mark in Brooklyn

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Comments about Microsoft Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3:

It seems to work fine with low bandwidth USB connections, like MIDI or a mouse. But two USB 3.0 HDDs that I use for storing samples and games will not work via the dock. I've updated the Firmware and tried different combinations, but while the disks can be seen and I can navigate folders, when you get to a directory with files it hangs and says "working on it".

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5.0

Perfect dock

By Josh9

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Comments about Microsoft Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3:

I've used the dock for about 4 months now with a surface book, and wish I had it from the start. I have an external monitor, several USB devices, and headphones plugged in. The surface book has enough ports for me, but since I work at home and the office, its nice to leave my charger at home and not have to plug/unplug everything each time I want to take my surface book anywhere. The magnetic breaksafe connector is easy and fast to connect and disconnect. I know several reviewers have had problems, but so far everything (power, USB devices, monitors, audio) has worked perfectly for me, and I connect/disconnect a couple times most business days.

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1.0

horrible

By sdsds

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Comments about Microsoft Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3:

Works very poorly, even with allegedly supported monitors. Screen blinks every time you switch between monitors even after installing all updates to windows + surface dock software. Note: you are limited to only 2 external monitors

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3.0

Needs software polishing to be outstanding.

By Monitor layout user

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Comments about Microsoft Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3:

I have two of these, one at work and one at home - with a Surface Pro 4 (sp4). At work it is attached to a network and serves as a USB/charger point - to get on the domain the base station's MAC had to be added but that was not an issue. The OS in it is Windows 10 build 1607 with the 12/8/16 patches. All firmware has been updated as of 12/10/16. Work has not used an extra monitor (yet) so the issues at home don't (yet) apply to work. Everything but the video out stuff is just fine. The issue is when using video out. Two 27" 1920x1080 LED (AOC) monitors are on the unit. One is landscape and is inverted portrait for reading and writing documents. The good: Windows 10 "span" works across this "T" shaped desktop. The images don't flicker. Colors are good and the i7 with the top of the current line graphics is quite good enough (openGL in X11 is nicely done). The attachment to the sp4 is super elegant...just a magnetic slot for power and all data. Really quite nice in that it won't wear. The quality of the dock is tops - it feels solid and the materials are quite good. The designers of the hardware did a great job. I even like the cord(s)...nice feel. It feels expensive (it is expensive). The bad: I've had one time flickers and phone beep loops. Those only happened once so they are likely OS issues. The really annoying thing is screen position/layout.The dock with all updates of the OS and firmware to date always(!) fails to "remember" what the local monitor set up is between dock-ings. Right now, every time I re-connect I have to re-align/position the customization to where the monitors are in space. This is clearly a windows 10 bug (or feature...) but they really should have tested this out. It would not shock me if every beta tester looked at monitors in a standard format. This is my first time doing the portrait approach and had I placed the two monitors in a normal fashion side by side it would probably be fine. Every time it fails to remember that one of the monitors is portrait-inverted ....it is super annoying. To MS's defense, this is probably a software fix for them. People want to set things up and forget it....I should be able to plug into the docking unit one week from disconnecting and get things to be exactly correct the first time..and every time. Finally, along these lines, the resolution of the monitors attached to the doc is X and is likely not as good as the crazy sharp sp4 screen. Yesterday the scroll bars were about 8-10 mm thick...normal is 4 mm. I have scaling set to 225% on the sp4 so I can read things....some apps can handle this and some cannot. It is a huge issue and something I really hate about the sp4. It is so bad that I might just ditch the whole system... The system needs to be adapted to each situation to optimize things - right now it feels very amateurish in terms of the GUI.. The video side of things is not allowing the system to shine. The GUI needs to be kept pure and consistent. So MS: please get some patches out asap to make this system what is really could be - superb. It is not that now. These fixes are needed to go from 3 starts to 5 stars in my book. It is almost there. If they got the monitor stuff all fixed I'd be able to recommend this to a friend. I suspect this "will" get fixed, so my "no" is sort of short term only (hopefully).

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5.0

Turns your surface into a desktop.

By Rain Man 1718

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Comments about Microsoft Surface Dock For Surface Book/Pro 4/Pro 3:

Other than the Surface Pro the best purchase I made. All of the connections to turn my Surface into a desktop. Going to buy another so I have one at work and home.

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