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USB-C® 6-in-1 Mini Docking Station with HDMI®, Ethernet, USB and Power Delivery up to 60W - 4K 30Hz

#28845 C2G
USB-C® 6-in-1 Mini Dock with HDMI®, Ethernet, USB and Power Delivery up to 60W - 4K 30Hz is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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$101.99 $157.99 MSRP USD

The USB-C 6-in-1 Mini Dock with HDMI, Ethernet, USB and Power Delivery connects to USB-C or Thunderbolt™ 3 enabled laptops and is perfect for contributing to a desktop solution # making it ideal for inside reps that need essential connectivity while in the office or when working from home.

This USB-C mini dock supports up to 60W of power delivery to charge and power mobile laptops when using the USB-C power adapter that is included with the laptop. The maximum power capacity depends on how much power the connected adapter can supply. The right amount of power is necessary to keep the laptop battery charged, for all connected devices to function, and for the dock to provide that connectivity.

This mini dock includes an HDMI port with a resolution up to 4K (3840 x 2160) at 30Hz for high definition audio/video. The USB-A and USB-C data ports support SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps data transfers # allowing up to 32GB of data to be downloaded in under a minute. The Ethernet port allows for reliable internet connectivity with file transfer speeds up to 1000Mbps. Optimize performance by connecting displays designed for 4K 30Hz signals and USB devices designed for 5Gbps transfer speeds.

PORTS
4K HDMI: Connect to a 4K display via the HDMI port.
Gigabit Ethernet: Connect to local network for network and internet access.
1x USB-C: Connect storage devices and transfer data up to 5Gbps through the USB-C port.
1x USB-C Data and PD: Transfer data up to 5Gbps from a storage device and power a laptop or tablet with up to 60W power delivery.
2x USB-A: Connect storage devices and transfer data up to 5Gbps through the USB-A ports.

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Connector 1:
(1) USB-C Male
Connector 2:
(2) USB-C Female, (1) HDMI Female, (1) RJ-45 Female, (2) USB 3.0 A Female
Color Black

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Features

  • • Supports up to 60W of power delivery to keep your laptop charged
  • • Supports resolutions up to 4K, for viewing your screen content at full HD
  • • USB-A and USB-C ports for fast data transferring
  • • Hard wired Ethernet port for when security requires it or when WiFi™ is not available
  • • PXE (Preboot Execution Environment) booting, to have a computer boot from the network adapter
  • • Reversible, symmetrical USB-C connector, so no guessing how to plug it into your laptop
  • • Compatible with the Apple® MacBook®, MacBook Air®, and MacBook Pro®
  • • Compatible with the Microsoft® Surface® Book 2 and Surface Go
  • • 5 year warranty, for peace of mind – with the highest quality docking stations
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Specifications

General Info
Product Line C2G
Color Black
UPC Number 757120288459
Country Of Origin China
Application Sector Residential, Commercial
Type Docking Station
Technical Information
Wire Gauge 34 AWG
Video Resolution 4K 30Hz, 4K, 1080p
Data Transfer Rate 10 Gbps
Voltage 20 V

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Samsung Galaxy and Laptop test Tested the device today with my Samsung galaxy phone with an HDMI Display and it worked great and then used a latop to connect to the display and a USB powered monitor. The USB monitor did not work unit power was applied to the unit but once the external power source was applied it worked great.
Date published: 2019-08-21
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Questions & Answers

I bought a new laptop and the C2G 28845 dock. There is no hook-up guide. Does the 8" USB-C cable connect to the laptop? This dock is supposed to provide power to the laptop. Where does the charger connect to the dock?

Asked by: Dave
Apologize for the confusion. The Male USB-C will connect to the PC. The port marked PD/DATA will pass USB-C power up to 60w to the PC. If you have any further questions or need Technical Help please call or chat with us M-F 8:30am to 6pm EST
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2022-02-28

Can I add a 2nd external monitor to one of the USB A or USB C ports?

Asked by: Ken14
The ports on this dock will only act as Data ports and will not natively work with a Display. If you use a device that has driver support, such as a USB to Video device it will work in that manner.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2021-07-07

I have my new C2G 28845 station plugged into my Toshiba Tecra laptop and am trying to figure out how to set it up so that the laptop display is not replicated onto my additional monitor. How do I change it from replicating to having a second display?

Asked by: mapokao
In your Windows Display settings, change it from mirror to extended. Our device will only be recognized as a second display, so there is no special setting or adjustments that have to be made.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2021-01-13

Is this product compatible with Lenovo T490 laptop using 65W charger?

Asked by: bravo
This product only delivers up to 60W, so if the Lenovo needs 65W this would not supply enough power.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2020-05-26

Can you plug a charger into the USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C Female x 1: Data & Charging 60W port and then the Type-C Male into the power in Type-C on a laptop?

Asked by: Alan
Yes this port was intended to pass the power.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2019-09-19
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