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Juiced Systems has recently released their 5 in 1 Surface RT/Pro adapter, adding 2 USB inputs, SD/Micro SD inputs, with a micro USB input to charge the tablet while in use. The adapter is made specifically for the Surface tablets. 

 

 

Direct Website Link : 

http://www.juicedsystems.com/products/#!/~/product/category=3244270&id=22085865 @ the website their priced at $22.99 

Coupon code for free shipping: SURFACE_JUICE 

 

Or via Amazon :

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00C7AQXQQ @ amazon their 24.99

 

 

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FinsUpDNC

Good find.  We talked about a more robust option on the podcast last night, but for 25 bucks if you just have a few extra peripherals to plug in this could be perfect. 

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Tempest790

Good find.  We talked about a more robust option on the podcast last night, but for 25 bucks if you just have a few extra peripherals to plug in this could be perfect. 

I purchased a separate USB 3.0 hub, card reader, cables, etc.

 

What type of robust version did you mention?  I love the form factor for this, but why it's only USB 2.0 is kind of a deal breaker.

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I covered this little gadget at CES 2013.  Take a look at this youtube:

 

 

It's at the 45:00 minute mark.

 

Looks like someone finally picked up the license to this GoPod product and will try it on the market.  What do you guys think?  We've talked about port extending the Surface on a couple of podcasts as well as here in the forums.  This one going in your bag?

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Freeman1488993267

I bought this for my Pro, and it's beautiful. The only issue is that the adapter covers the volume rocker on the Pro...but I don't mind.

 

/Henrik

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