I have a Surface Pro 3 in the Microsoft docking station. I would have to use a converter to connect the MST hub, and then connect my 3 monitors to the hub. The converter you include is very short. I have a much longer mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cord that I would prefer to use. (I want to put my docking station much farther away from my monitors.) Will there be any issues with using a longer DisplayPort cord?
I tried a competitor MST hub, and it only works if the cord is very short (only 6 inches). The 6 ft cord did not work. When I connected it, the Surface Pro’s screen did a slow flicker, like it was trying to transfer the display over through the MST hub, but it wouldn’t stay transferred.
Has anyone tried this with any luck?