If you are wanting to hook it up wirelessly you will need a Miracast Adapter. Of course, my precious family memories are regularly backed up to the cloud too, for both safety and mobile access. On the Surface Pro 3, stretching the screen to 12-inches and making it lighter finally achieved the portable productivity nirvana of which many of us dreamed. We won't really know until someone tries but I just don't see Microsoft doing something special with the Surface 3 just to block something that older, less powerful Windows tablets, can do. I'd love to go wireless but I think the delay in general browsing etc. I am not using To make this work I had to run Winodws Update. Had to manually select which ports to use on each monitor for some reason autodetect would not give me all monitors 100% of the time.
I have two screens plugged into the dvi port of the dynadock with a dvi splitter. There was no configuration required; it is truly plug-and-play. I asked him if he could try out the external monitor setup multiple displays. However, the table below that should simply it. But I just need to solve this lagging issue with either device and Dynadock3 combo.
Yes, the company had attempted it twice before, but the small screens on the previous models made it a less-than-ideal laptop replacement. His Surface Pro 3 as a monitor was connected through the mini display port. I don't know about anyone else. Of course, this requires very specific display types. Also, notice that if you take down the resolution, you can support more displays. You can't simply use a splitter to split a single video output to two or more monitors.
Is the Surface itself even capable of driving two monitors? My guess is it can drive 4, but I don't know if that includes the built-in display or not. I will leave a browser-window maximized on the Surface screen and use it to see what artist is playing or what song is coming up in the playlist. Only Core i5 and Core i7 models can drive displays up to 2880×1800 resolution each. You could also use a single 4K external display with or without the internal display using any of the three methods above. You also have to enable the daisy chain option on one of the monitors. Are you able to use the mini adapter on the Surface Book Pro while connected to the dock, or does the connector for the dock cover the port? Source: Image via Keith Elder. People who have purchased this one have had mostly positive experiences, but there is a vocal minority who ultimately returned the product because it wouldn't work for their display needs.
Sadly, this proved clunky and I needed a better way. However, if you want to get some serious work done or are planning on logging some serious screen hours, it can be really handy to attach a second display to your Surface Book so you can mirror your small screen on something bigger or enjoy an extended viewing area with a second screen. The same question for the Surface Pro 1 has already been answered here: and here. How you utilize the small screen is totally optional, but the potential is limitless. It has a minimal bezel around the 27-inch display, color reproduction is nearly perfect, and the adjustable stand lets you get the proper angle. Microsoft manufactures its own if you want to stick with the brand that matches your computer. Ideal for business and professional users looking to increase their productivity with a dual display setup, this little black box lets you run different applications on each monitor or view one application across two monitors.
You can get cheaper, but for such a unique product it would probably be better to stick with name brands. I connect one monitor to the surface dock. The ones with a built-in installer will trigger BitLocker to freak out too. In most cases it has resolved the issue but it doesn't seem like a 100% fix. There are two ways to go: buy a specialized adapter, or buy a specialized cable. As I already wrote I am aware of the Surface team reddit ama saying that there is not going to be daisy chaining through the display port. Enjoy over 100 games right out of the box with Xbox.
Though if you want, you can donate one to this poor high school student : If you are dead set on getting another Surface Pro 3 for the job, then you can use a piece of software like SpaceDesk to extend your desktop over wifi. The monitors are mostly black and occassionally flashing up a multi coloured pattern. I can make either monitor work, but not both at the same time. Adapters Adapters are a really good idea since you can use existing cables you might already have in your house. . Mini DisplayPort to multi-adapter If you're buying an adapter anyway, why not cover all your bases in one? I decided to wait on buying one of those because it seems like 50 - 70 bucks or so wasted in the near future because they likely won't do 4K.
I am interested in simultaneously connecting two to my Microsoft Surface Pro. Here's the monitor's I'm using. Thanks for the tip about SpaceDesk, I'll definitely look into it. I don't need that kind of power with me when I am travelling. The surface dock i purchased only has 2 mini display ports on it.
Shockingly, everything worked out of the box. For dual displays you need either a DisplayPort hub or monitors that support DisplayPort chaining. Well the only major difference between Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2 is the switch from Ivybridge to Haswell. We have updated the dynadock Ethernet driver and display link driver for windows 8. Which I don't own, so I've not tested this configuration. I just failed to find information on how many that is.