Connect a USB-C enabled device for video mirroring and data transfer while simultaneously charging
• Simultaneously display HDMI, DisplayPort and VGA • Supports resolutions up to 1920x1080p at 60Hz for HDMI, DisplayPort and VGA • Backward compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 • 3 USB-C ports for device connection to charge, transfer data and display video • Storage compartment for included USB-C M/M cable • Compatible with the Apple® iPad Pro® and other leading laptops and tablets
(2) USB-C Male
(1) VGA Female, (1) DisplayPort Female, (2) USB 3.0 A Female, (3) USB-C Female, (1) HDMI Female
The USB-C Universal Docking Station is an ideal solution for connecting a laptop, tablet, smartphone or another source device with a USB-C port for video mirroring or transferring data while in the office or on the road. The docking station is a perfect accessory to the Apple iPad Pro and other leading laptops and tablets.
This docking station can be connected to a USB-C equipped laptop or tablet. Simply use the included USB-C cable to connect the docking station to your mobile device and then connect to an external HDMI, DisplayPort, or VGA display to mirror or extend video with a device or app that has a “second screen” experience. Quickly and easily transfer data or import and edit photos with the built-in USB-C data port or USB-A ports, which are backward compatible with previous USB specifications. Utilize the docking station's power delivery to charge smartphones, tablets or other USB devices. Overall, this docking station offers a light-weight, portable, and simple way to deliver video, transfer data and stay charged.
Supports resolutions up to 1080p at 60Hz, and with simple plug and play this docking station can deliver a high-quality video image to the connected display. Transfer data up to 10Gbps using the USB-C port or 5Gbps while connected to the USB 3.0 ports - all while delivering up to 60W of charging power to the connected device.
Note: The HDMI, DisplayPort and VGA video outputs of the docking station will extend video content to one display. If using a second and third display, they will mirror the video content from the first extended display.