SenseVision USB 3.0 4K Laptop/Notebook Mini Docking Station from Club 3D
Club 3D SenseVision USB 3.0 4K Laptop Mini Docking Station, 4x USB 3.0, GBe LAN, HDMI/DVI
By DPD On 2nd Apr To 8th Apr
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The Club 3D USB 3.0 4K UHD Mini Docking Station design allows you to expand the outputs of your laptop or ultrabook so it can be used as a traditional desktop PC. With the advanced DisplayLink™ DL-5900 chip inside, Club3D’s USB 3.0 4K UHD Mini Docking Station is able to offer you the perfect solution to connect all your favorite USB devices (*4), as well as connect two external monitors via HDMI™ and a DVI-D Connector, in addition to an Ethernet network Connection it also offers an Audio/Microphone output all via a single USB cable. Because of its convenient and compact design, the Club 3D USB 3.0 4K UHD Mini Docking Station is a versatile tool that provides you maximum functionality from your Small desktop replacement or mobile companion.
The Club3D USB 3.0 4K UHD Mini Docking Station has a modern and minimalistic design and combines the functionality normally found in larger Docking Stations with a convenient, solid and highly portable casing. The miniature size makes it easy to take it with you wherever you go. Use it without external power for maximum mobility*. (*Limits functionality
• 4 x full size USB 3.0
• RJ45 Ethernet
• 3.5mm Audio jack 2.1 ch Features Features:
• Ultra Slim size: 95(L) x 94(W) x 44(H) mm
• Supports dual External monitors via HDMI™ 1.4 and DVI-D via
• Displaylink DL-5700 chipset
• USB 3.0 downstream port x 4
• Supports BC 1.2 charging x2
• Supports USB Powered mode (Limits functionality)
• Supports Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000)
• Supports Audio 2.1 channel (3.5 mm Audio combo jack)
• Supports Resolutions up to 4K UHD 3840x 2160p 30Hz
• (HDMI™) and 2048 x 1152 60Hz (DVI)
• Designed for Laptops and Ultrabooks
In the box:
• USB 3.0 4K UHD Mini Docking Station
• Power Supply 36 Watt ( 12V3 Amp )
• USB 3.0 cable ( 1 meter )
• Quick install guide
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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