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revised Surface Pro 2 with Docking Station capable of supporting a 3 monitor display, maybe via an external USB graphics card?
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comment How deals Surface Pro 3 with HD monitors?
Buy without any concern, it will work for you.
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answered Surface Pro 2 with Docking Station capable of supporting a 3 monitor display, maybe via an external USB graphics card?
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comment Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Wake-on-LAN
@CharlesH Yep, there are too many questions, so I will just patiently wait for the power SP3 user, who achieved this.
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comment How deals Surface Pro 3 with HD monitors?
Answering your question about your IdeaPad, you'll unable to get 2560x1440 on your display via HDMI. It is a restriction of the display itself (ancient HDMI version). Resolution this high is available via DVI or DisplayPort only for this Dell.
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comment Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Wake-on-LAN
@CharlesH The main difficulty is that there are very few devices, which are have a Power Management tab in their driver's properties. Just some USB Composite Device and mouse/keyboard. Technically speaking, there are very few wake_programmable devices, according to the powercfg tool.
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answered How deals Surface Pro 3 with HD monitors?
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comment Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Wake-on-LAN
I don't feel like bloating the question with unnecessary and probably unwanted data, what I've already done. The point is it seems like it is essentially impossible to wake Surface Pro 3 over the LAN. So, I am not seeking for a step-by-step 'debug' process with a community, I am waiting for a SP3 user, who will say 'Hey! I've managed my SP3 to actually wake over LAN and here is how!'. But now, as far as I've researched, no one on the whole Internet haven't said so yet. I've searched really hard, believe me. And done a really precise research of my own SP3.
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comment Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Wake-on-LAN
@CharlesH As I mentioned in the question, my Surface Pro 3 is connected to the net (both local intranet and the Internet) by Ethernet adapter built in the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Docking Station.
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