In addition to a variety of notebooks and all-in-one computers, Microsoft also released several interesting accessories tonight. Among them, the Microsoft Audio Dock is a multi-functional audio docking station that can not only listen to music.
The Microsoft Audio Dock adopts a matte black appearance, the measurements are 167.6×80.2x81mm, and the weight is 650 grams. As a speaker, it supports 15W bass and 5W tweeter, 90dB volume, music playback frequency response 70Hz to 20KHz, conference frequency response 200Hz to 8KHz, 2 omnidirectional microphones.
In terms of chips, the RK2108 is used for decoding, and the power amplifier chip is TAS5805, which are relatively classic audio chips.
As a docking station, Microsoft Audio Dock uses a USBC cable to connect to the PC, and the supported interfaces are relatively complete. The video output is 1 HDMI 2.0, which can be extended to 4K 60Hz output.
The data interface supports 1 USBC 3.1 Gen2 and 1 USBC 3.1 Gen2 (data only), the former also supports DP, which can expand up to 2 display outputs, and 1 USBA 3.1 Gen2 interface, with a power output of up to 60W. Finally, the price, of the Audio Dock starts at $250 and will not go on sale until October 25th.