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The Brydge Surface Laptop Dock is Functional Art for Your Desk

Three Surface Laptop Docks in variying sizes.

If you have a laptop, one of the best accessories you can get is a docking station. With a dock, your laptop quickly becomes a full-fledged desktop, allowing you to connect a monitor, mouse, keyboard, and more without little effort. Brydge is no stranger to laptop docks, but the new $229.99 Brydge Surface Laptop Dock isn’t just functional; it’s beautiful.

A Surface Laptop Docked and connected to two monitors.

The Surface Laptop is already a gorgeous device, so why hide it away? That seems to be the thought process behind the Brydge dock. It doesn’t tuck your Surface Laptop away; it displays your Surface vertically for all to see. The dock itself sports an industrial look that compliments the Surface Laptop nicely. You’ll see sweeping lines reminiscent of a bridge all of the thing.

But it’s not just a pretty stand. Sliding your laptop into the Bryde Dock gives you immediate access to plenty of ports: two HDMI ports, a USB-A port, a USB-C 2.0 port, and a UCSB-C 3.0 (with power) port. That’s enough to get you to a decent dual-monitor and accessory setup.

Brydge plans to release three different versions, one for the Surface Laptop Go, and two for the standard Surface Laptop in its 13.5-inch and 15-inch size. The dock will set you back $229.99 and you can pre-order it now. It should ship in May 2021.

A beautiful laptop dock

Brydge Surface Laptop Dock

What’s better than a functional dock for your laptop? One that looks gorgeous and makes your Surface Laptop look even better than it already does, that’s what.

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Josh Hendrickson is the Editor in Chief of Review Geek and is responsible for the site's content direction. He has worked in IT for nearly a decade, including four years spent repairing and servicing computers for Microsoft. He’s also a smart home enthusiast who built his own smart mirror with just a frame, some electronics, a Raspberry Pi, and open-source code. Read Full Bio »