Does Microsoft Surface Pro 5 have an Ethernet (Wired Network) port?
No, it doesn’t! There is no Ethernet (RJ-45) port available on Surface Pro (5th Gen). However, you can use a USB adapter, hub, or dock that has an Ethernet port to connect to the Surface Pro 5 USB port, so you can plug-in the network cable to connect to your local network. As the USB-C 3.0 port has high bandwidth (up to 5 Gbps), so you can opt for a Gigabit Ethernet adapter for higher bandwidth without any issue.
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