According to foreign technology media Windows Central, Microsoft’s upcoming third-generation Surface Dock docking station has started auctioning on the eBay platform.
It is reported that this device, internally code-named “Bergamo”, will be further reduced in size and upgraded with a ThunderBolt 4 port, and the proprietary Surface Connect cable is replaced with a regular USB-C port. Microsoft is expected to launch the dock in the coming weeks.
Microsoft first launched the first Surface Dock in 2013. Microsoft then redesigned the dock in 2015, changing it to a Surface Connect port for compatibility with Surface devices.
According to the exposed physical photos, the upcoming Surface Dock has a new design and is thinner than the Surface Dock 2. It has USB-A and USB-C ports on the front, and the back keeps the same ports as the Surface Dock 2: including two USB-C ports, two USB-A ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, an Ethernet port and A DC connector.
The above image source comes from eBay