Plugable USB-C 4K Triple Display Docking Station with Charging Support for Specific USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 Windows and Mac Systems
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Plugable USB-C 4K Triple Display Docking Station with Charging Support for Specific USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 Windows and Mac Systems

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Instantly turn your laptop, 2-in-1, or Windows tablet into a multi-monitor desktop-by connecting a single cable-with the Plugable 4K Triple Display USB-C Docking Station (UD-ULTC4K)

Plugable is an industry leader in Docking Station products, and this dock is no exception. Utilizing innovations introduced with USB 3.1, this dock is one of the first to use "Alternate Mode" from the USB-C specifications for one of the display outputs.

This dock is also one of the first to support USB Power Delivery, enabling the dock to charge a laptop, 2-in-1, or Windows tablet connected to it (up to 60W).

Note: New and innovative products aren't without compatibility concerns, it is important to read the information below for details regarding display output types and system requirements. USB-C is required for this docking station, it will not work properly when adapted to USB 3.0.

When attached to a fully compatible USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 Windows or Mac system, the UD-ULTC4K supports Windows 10, 8.x, and 7 and macOS 10.14+. Chrome OS, Linux, and some older macOS versions are not supported.

Charge

  • Up to 60W of USB Power Delivery

If your device supports USB Power Delivery (USB PD), this docking station supports up to 60 watts (60W) of charging to your host device.

This means you won't need to take out the charger that came with your laptop when you're at your desk, on supported hosts.

The one USB-C cable from the dock is all you'll need to stay charged and connect all your devices.

Some laptops may require more power than this dock provides (60W). The Dell XPS 15 9550/9560 and Precision 5510/7510, for example, will display a warning during boot if connected to a 60W power adapter, rather than a Dell 130W power adapter. These systems may still charge, but at a slower rate.

Display

  • 1x HDMI 1.4
  • 2x Dual-Mode DisplayPort 1.2 (DP++)

With one USB-C (USB Type-C) cable connected to the dock, overcome the limited number of display outputs and ports on your device. This dock connects up to three 4K displays on supported devices.

For USB-C ports that do not support Alternate Mode video output will be limited to displaying through the DisplayPort 1.2 ports.

Note: HDMI and DisplayPort require different connections and cables. DisplayPort can be adapted to HDMI with separately-purchased HDMI adapters.

Connect

  • 4x USB-A 3.0 Ports
  • 1x USB-C Port
  • 1x Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1x 3.5mm Headphone Jack
  • 1x 3.5mm Microphone Jack

Many laptops are removing or drastically reducing the number of ports available.

Get back your USB, audio, and network connections, or just make it easier to leave things plugged in at your main work area, and reconnect them, with one cable from the dock.

More from the Manufacturer


  • Includes Gigabit Ethernet and audio input/output jacks
  • Supports USB-C Power Delivery to provide up to 60W of charging power to host system
  • Charges Host Computer
  • Enable up to three additional monitors on supported USB-C systems via DisplayLink chipset and VESA Alternate Mode video output
  • Three 4K Display Outputs
  • More Features, Less Compromise

Instantly turn your laptop, 2-in-1, or Windows tablet into a multi-monitor desktop-by connecting a single cable-with the Plugable 4K Triple Display USB-C Docking Station (UD-ULTC4K)

Plugable is an industry leader in Docking Station products, and this dock is no exception. Utilizing innovations introduced with USB 3.1, this dock is one of the first to use "Alternate Mode" from the USB-C specifications for one of the display outputs.

This dock is also one of the first to support USB Power Delivery, enabling the dock to charge a laptop, 2-in-1, or Windows tablet connected to it (up to 60W).

Note: New and innovative products aren't without compatibility concerns, it is important to read the information below for details regarding display output types and system requirements. USB-C is required for this docking station, it will not work properly when adapted to USB 3.0.

When attached to a fully compatible USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 Windows or Mac system, the UD-ULTC4K supports Windows 10, 8.x, and 7 and macOS 10.14+. Chrome OS, Linux, and some older macOS versions are not supported.

Charge

  • Up to 60W of USB Power Delivery

If your device supports USB Power Delivery (USB PD), this docking station supports up to 60 watts (60W) of charging to your host device.

This means you won't need to take out the charger that came with your laptop when you're at your desk, on supported hosts.

The one USB-C cable from the dock is all you'll need to stay charged and connect all your devices.

Some laptops may require more power than this dock provides (60W). The Dell XPS 15 9550/9560 and Precision 5510/7510, for example, will display a warning during boot if connected to a 60W power adapter, rather than a Dell 130W power adapter. These systems may still charge, but at a slower rate.

Display

  • 1x HDMI 1.4
  • 2x Dual-Mode DisplayPort 1.2 (DP++)

With one USB-C (USB Type-C) cable connected to the dock, overcome the limited number of display outputs and ports on your device. This dock connects up to three 4K displays on supported devices.

For USB-C ports that do not support Alternate Mode video output will be limited to displaying through the DisplayPort 1.2 ports.

Note: HDMI and DisplayPort require different connections and cables. DisplayPort can be adapted to HDMI with separately-purchased HDMI adapters.

Connect

  • 4x USB-A 3.0 Ports
  • 1x USB-C Port
  • 1x Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1x 3.5mm Headphone Jack
  • 1x 3.5mm Microphone Jack

Many laptops are removing or drastically reducing the number of ports available.

Get back your USB, audio, and network connections, or just make it easier to leave things plugged in at your main work area, and reconnect them, with one cable from the dock.

More from the Manufacturer


  • Includes Gigabit Ethernet and audio input/output jacks
  • Supports USB-C Power Delivery to provide up to 60W of charging power to host system
  • Charges Host Computer
  • Enable up to three additional monitors on supported USB-C systems via DisplayLink chipset and VESA Alternate Mode video output
  • Three 4K Display Outputs
  • More Features, Less Compromise