Best answer: Yes, the Surface Laptop Go works with the Surface Dock 2. You can connect the laptop to the dock through the Surface Connect port to connect several accessories and devices.
- Surface on the go: Surface Laptop Go (From $550 at Microsoft)
- Adding ports: Surface Dock 2 ($260 at Microsoft)
Connecting your Surface
As laptops have evolved into thinner and lighter machines, people have had to grab a growing list of dongles and adapters to connect to accessories. Even the best laptops can benefit from some extra ports. The Surface Laptop Go has a USB-C port, USB-A port, and a Surface Connect port, but you may want to add even more ports. The Surface Dock 2 is an excellent tool to expand the capabilities of your Surface Laptop Go.
The Surface Dock 2 has a long list of ports. You can connect all of your accessories, monitors, and other devices to the Surface Dock 2 once and then just connect and disconnect your Surface Laptop Go with a single cable through the Surface Connect Port. Here are the ports on the Surface Dock 2:
- 2x front-facing USB-C ports.
- 2x rear-facing, video-enabled USB-C ports
- 2x rear-facing USB-A 3.2 (10Gbps) ports
- 1x Gigabit Ethernet port
- 1x 3.5mm audio in/out port
- Kensington compatible lock
The Surface Dock 2 doesn’t work with older Surface devices, but it does work with the Surface Laptop Go. The Surface Dock 2 works with any Surface device made in 2017 or later.
Dock on demand
Surface Dock 2
The Surface Dock 2 brings much-needed updates to the original, adding in four USB-C ports alongside the usual Ethernet, USB-A, and 3.5mm jacks.
The little guy
Surface Laptop Go
Size doesn’t tell the full story
Despite its small size and cost, the Surface Laptop Go packs quite a punch. You can easily connect the laptop to accessories and other devices with the Surface Dock 2.