Plugable Universal Laptop Docking Station, 4K Dual Monitor, DisplayPort or HDMI, Windows Mac or ChromeOS Laptops, USB-C or USB 3.0, Adds 2 Displays, Ethernet, Audio, 6 USB Ports
Expandability – This Plugable USB C docking station dual monitor supports dual 4K displays with either HDMI or DisplayPort, Gigabit Ethernet, audio input/output & six USB 3.0 ports
Dual 4K Displays – Laptop dock supports up to 4K on two independent displays using either DisplayPort 1.2 or HDMI 2.0, also supports most common resolutions including 3840×1080, 2560×1440, 1080p and more
System Requirements – Universal docking station is compatible with modern Windows, Mac, and ChromeOS systems with USB 3.0 Type-A or Type-C ports with DisplayLink USB Graphics driver installed. Laptop docking stations recommended hardware specifications can be found in the listing below
Compatibility – For Windows 11, 10, 8.x, and 7, macOS 10.14+ with driver installation, and ChromeOS 100.x or later. Linux/Unix not supported. USB docking station does not charge the host computer. Suggested use: web and productivity software; not recommended: gaming, video playback, 2D/3D graphic tools
2 Year Warranty – We love our Plugable products, and hope you will too. All of our products are backed with a 2-year limited parts and labor warranty as well as Seattle-based email support
Compatible with most laptops and desktops running Windows 11/10/8.x/7, Macs with 10.14+, and ChromeOS version 100.x or later. The box includes a USB 3.0 and USB-C cable to connect to the dock to your laptop.
Not compatible with: Linux/Unix; or ARM-based Windows operating systems (such as Surface RT).
Supports two high-resolution monitors up to 4K 60Hz (3840×2160 @ 60Hz) when connected to displays that support the desired resolution. While backwards compatible it is important to note:, • DisplayPort 1.2 monitors can support upto 4K 60Hz, • DisplayPort 1.1 monitors can support upto 4K 30Hz,• HDMI 2.0 displays can support up to 4K 60Hz, • HDMI 1.4 displays can support upto 4K 30Hz
DisplayLink is a flexible and versatile technology that’s great for most users’ workflow. But there are a few scenarios where it’s not the right fit such as gaming and HDCP (copy-protected) content playback from Blu-ray/Netflix/Prime/iTunes/Hulu/etc.
Power and Charging
This laptop docking station does not provide power to the connected laptop or tablet—the laptop will still require a separate charger. The power button on the back of the dock is used to control the power to the docking station itself. It cannot control the power of the laptop.