Once you start adding accessories, like a dock, a camera, or a speaker, the clutter on your Microsoft Desktop can rapidly become out of hand. If you value simplicity, the new Microsoft Audio Dock Speaker might be the best option for you.
During its hardware event, where it also debuted the Surface Pro 9, Surface Laptop 5, and Surface Studio 2+, Microsoft announced its Audio Dock. With a 15-watt woofer and 5-watt tweeters, according to Microsoft, the dock delivers “quality music”; nevertheless, it also functions as a USB hub to connect a large number of additional devices.
Microsoft The speaker itself has two USB-C ports, one of which is just for data, along with a USB-A port, an HDMI 2.0 port, and a 4K@60fps video output port. It has a lot of features, despite not being the greatest dock. The dock also supports MST in the HDMI and USB-C ports, DisplayPort alt mode, and USB-C PD charging up to 60W. Given that it has been approved by Microsoft Teams, The Audio Dock is a terrific business partner. The official compatibility with Windows 11, Windows 10, and even macOS is the best part. A single Black hue of the $250 dock will be the only one offered.