Earlier this year, Kensington announced their new docking station specifically designed for the Microsoft Surface Pro. The SD7000 transforms the Surface Pro into a miniature version of the Surface Studio, and offers some unique features as well. Looking at the design and it is very clear where Kensington is getting their inspiration. The two chrome arms on the side are a definite nod to the Surface Studio, and with the grey base, Kensington has done a great job to match the aesthetics of Microsoft’s all-in-one PC. And like the Surface Studio, the display can be adjusted from an upright vertical stance for use as a desktop, or rotated down for use with the pen. It’s a very clever way to ensure that the Surface Pro...
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