So ever since my first hands on with the Surface Pro 3 I've been waiting to see what awesome things Microsoft would do with this new port, which has finally been given a name in "Surface Connect". My curiosity was first piqued when I noticed that there were ludicrously more pins in the port than were used by the charger, and while I anticipated the first dock I am still curious exactly how much data this port can move simultaneously. The new dock for example has a pretty acceptable number of ports on it, but can it run all of them at full speed? Microsoft seems to have enough faith in the design that they also use the same port to connect the two halves of the new Surface Book. My question here if anyone has additional insight into the matter is will all this run at full speed, and if so how much potential does the port still have? Could it, for example, run an external GPU for future Surface devices or even current Surface Pros? More a curiosity than anything else, partially stemming from the Surface Book since there are two smaller similar ports between the keyboard and the clipboard halves, and I want to know how far we can push this nifty little part of the ecosystem.