USB C Docking Station 18 IN 1 with DP Display

$109.99
By Selore

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Upgrade USB C Docking Station, Small but Powerful

SELORE 18-in-1 USB C docking station:
A laptop docking station provides a stable connection and increases the productivity of your device by expanding the female Type C port to multiple possibilities of connectivity. You will gain 18 extra ports of connectivity, making it easier to do more work in less time.
Product Parameter:
  • 4K HDMI Portx3:Video bandwidth MAX 3G & MAX 6G,Video resolution: 4K/60hz/10bit (MAX).
  • DP(1.4) Port: Video bandwidth up for 8G.
  • USB-C Port: Support USB 3.0 5Gbps transfer rate, backward compatible with USB2.0/1.1/1.0
  • USB 3.0-A Portx3:Support USB 3.0 5Gbps transfer rate, backward compatible with USB2.0/1.1/1.0
  • USB 2.0-A Portx2:Support USB 2.0 480Mbps transfer rate, backward compatible with USB1.1/1.0
  • Audio/Mic Port: 3.5mm with 8 channels, sampling rate 192khz/24bit.
  • RJ45 Ethernet Port: Support for 10/100/1000Mbps
  • SD/TF Card Slot: Up to 104MB/S; Support for SDXC, SDHC, SD, MMC, RS-MMC Card Micro SDXC&SD, Micro SDHC
  • SSD: Data transmission up for 10Gbps
  • PD Charging Port: Supports up to 100W input

Laptop Docking station Quadruple Display

HOST 1 Drive HDMI1 (4k@60Hz), HOST 2 Drivers DP(4K@60Hz), HDMI2 (4k@60Hz), HDMI3 (4k@30Hz).

  1. Support the use of MST function on a windows system (multi-screen different display extended mode).
  2. When the dual male heads are connected to the computer under the Mac os system, the HDMI output can be combined with DP or HDMI to form two external monitors. MST different screen expansion; if more monitors are connected at the same time, the HDMI output screen can only be used as an SST display.
  3. If the mac computer is pre-installed with the windows system, all external monitors can be used for MST different screen expansion.
Attention:
  1. The HOST1 system only drives HDMI1 output, all the other connections including HDMI2, HDMI3, and DP output are for the HOST2 system
  2.  For some Windows laptops only equipped with one USB C port, we suggest you connect to HOST2 to get peripheral devices working via a USB C cord.

Before you purchase, please confirm your source device owns the USB-C port which supports DP Alt Mode.

Before you purchase it, please note:

  • For Compatible: Not all USB-C devices are created equal your device(s) may have firmware or software requirements to make it work with this device. For some windows laptops only equipped with one USB C port, we suggest you connect to HOST2 to get peripheral devices working via a USB C cable. Please be sure to provide the make and model of your laptop so that we can better assist you.
  • For Power: Please connect your power adapter to the USB C PD charging port of the dock before using it. Our docking station requires about 15W of power, and some OEM adapters only provide enough power to run the laptop that they come with. If you are presented with a warning, you may wish to consider purchasing a power supply that provides more than your OEM power supply does. Notice: Docking station supports Max 100W power pass through, If your laptop owns an AC adapter, you'd better use the original charger directly connect the laptop to charge, because then it will provide the fastest charge speed and HP/Dell does not allow 3rd party charger to charge their laptop.
  • For Windows Display: HOST1 system only drives HDMI1 display, other ports except HDMI1 are from HOST2 system, and for some Windows laptops only equipped with one USB C port, we suggest you connect to HOST2 to get peripheral devices working via USB C cord.
  • For Mac Display: HDMI1 output is from HOST 1 system, HDMI2+HDMI3+DP are from HOST 2 system, and due to the bandwidth limitation, these three ports all become 1080P. And Mac OS only supports A to B+ C/C/C.
  • For SSD:2 SSD Enclosure can support only NVMe M.2 and SATA M.2 SSDit does not support M.2 PCIe AHCI SSDs nor any SSD from Mac, Speed will vary depending on your computer's and SSD's performance.
  • For Heat: It is normal for the case to heat up, as high-speed M.2 drives generate heat while working. Please avoid touching the SSD while in use.
  • For Resolution: It's up to your device's output signal, You can check it by looking at the computer specs and the graphics card specs.
  • If you doubt about the specifications of your computer, please let us know, and we will help you solve it.
  • For Apple M1:The new M1 chip architecture does not support the video shunt function, which cannot support two or more thunder 3 ports to output video simultaneously.
  • Due to the process of EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) communication, your displays may cause your displays to blackout for a few seconds once plugged in. They should recover shortly, but the speed depends on the source device and monitor (1 minute at max).
  • Specific use method, you can download the Manual from the Listing, or let us know, we have professionals to help you.