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Chargers and Sync Cables for Microsoft Surface Pro

The Microsoft Surface Pro is a revolutionary tablet that can easily double as a powerful computer. Simply connect it to a keyboard or a dock, and your portable device becomes a laptop PC. Its slim and lightweight design means that you can easily take it anywhere without the device becoming a burden. Although the battery of your Surface Pro can likely last for more than 13 hours, you do need to charge your device at some point. Learn about the different methods for charging your Surface Pro and syncing it with other devices.

65 W Power Supply

The 65 W power supply is compatible with Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4, as well as the Surface Book. Its design matches that of the Surface Pro tablet, and with this charger, you can quickly recharge your device. The power supply includes a magnetic attachment that is easy to remove. It also adds some safety for your charging process. If someone stumbles while you are charging your tablet, the charger comes off the device instead of yanking it to the floor.

102 W Power Supply

The 102 W power supply for Surface Pro allows you to quickly recharge your tablet. With the additional USB port on the charger, you can charge some other device at the same time as well. This Microsoft tablet wall charger also includes a magnetic clip, which allows for quick and easy removal from your Surface Pro.

Surface Dock

Once you put your Surface Pro tablet into the Surface Dock, your portable device becomes a computer. The Surface Dock acts as a charger, but packs loads of other ports as well. These include Gigabit Ethernet, audio output, Mini Display and USB 3.0. With all these ports, you can attach a keyboard, mouse and external monitors. The Surface Connect technology in this dock allows you to transfer files with high speed.

Car Chargers

With dedicated Microsoft tablet car chargers, you can power up your tablet while driving and have it ready for use once you arrive. You can connect the car charger via the USB 3.0 port and, in fact, most tablet car chargers work with the Surface Pro.

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