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Kensington new docking station built for the cheaper Surface Pro

While the Surface Pro 2-in-1 tablets were a surprise hit, they weren’t exactly a revolutionary device at a time when 2-in-1 tablets were becoming more common. Few, however, expected Microsoft to come up with the Surface Studio. It was a creative’s dream come true, if not for the obscenely high price tag and, to some extent, the huge size as well. What if you already have a recent Surface Pro and was fine with that size but wanted the flexibility and stability of a Surface Studio. Thankfully, accessory maker Kensington now has an answer for that: the SD7000 Dual 4K Surface Pro Docking Station.

Kensington SD7000 Dual 4K Surface Pro Docking Station Design

This docking station is designed for professionals or end-users alike who want a nice place to store their Surface Pro when not in-use and to get more functionality out of it while at a desk.

Kensington SD7000 Dual 4K Surface Pro Docking Station Features

When you arrive home, just stick your Surface Pro into the docking station and it instantly will become powered with all outputs. You’ll be able to plug in regular USB devices, Ethernet, and hook up two external 4K monitors for even greater productivity.

There’s even a USB-C port that Microsoft still doesn’t include with the regular Surface Pro (maybe one day). That’s great for connecting universal accessories like adapters and devices that rely on the new standard.

This is the perfect tool to use either at work or home. It makes a great point of sale for a business and a perfect place to both draw or type at your desk.

Kensington SD7000 Dual 4K Surface Pro Docking Station Price

You don’t have to worry about the price either. The Surface Pro is expensive enough as it is, so you don’t need an accessory that costs just as much. Thankfully, the Kensington SD7000 Dual 4K Surface Pro Docking Station only goes for $299. When it will start making Surface Pro owners’ dreams come true, the company isn’t saying yet. That said, if you don’t know a Surface Pro 4 or 2017 Surface Pro then you’re out of luck.