Daniel Rubino, for Windows Central:
Saying the Kensington SD7000 is just a port expander is like saying Surface Studio 2 is just an expensive desktop computer – you’re missing the point.
Slotting in the Surface Pro 6 into the Kensington SD7000 you immediately experience how this hinged-mount changes everything. Now at eye-level, the Surface Pro now feels like a mini-Surface Studio.
The Surface Pro’s screen might be a bit on the small side for some but this is amazing. I’m sure people could do with a cheaper version without all the additional I/O. I could see definitely see something like this for the iPad Pro too, but I would like an option to change the orientation to portrait — I prefer vertical screens for typing. However, just the ability to lower the screen and use it at an angle for drawing would go a long way.