(as of Apr 08,2023 19:15:59 UTC – Details)
Supports dual monitor 4k Ultra HD (4k 60Hz) or single monitor 8k 30Hz for Thunderbolt laptops (note: any Macs with the original M1 or new M2 CPU will only display to a single monitor due to Apple’s chipset limitations, but Macs with M1 Pro and M1 Max CPUs will work with dual displays); for USB-C laptops: HBR3 laptops will receive Dual 4K@30Hz or Single 4K@60Hz; HBR2 laptops will receive Dual 1080P@60Hz or Single 4K@30Hz
Connect your device to the Thunderbolt 4 port (.8 meter Intel Certified TB4 cable included); connect your displays using one or two of the Thunderbolt 4 ports (usb-c to hdmi or usb-c to DisplayPort adapter or cable not included); unused Thunderbolt ports can connect directly to Thunderbolt devices (up to five in total via daisy chain) while providing transfer speeds up to 40Gbps
150 Watt Power Supply delivers 65W power to charge your laptop; delivers additional power to run peripherals like ssd’s, mixers, phones, tablets and other accessories including Thunderbolt 4, Thunderbolt 3, USB 4.0, USB 3 and USB 2 peripherals
Static charging technology provides 15W to each of the downstream Thunderbolt 4 ports without taking power from the laptop – laptop still receives full 65W of power even when all other ports are utilized; other Thunderbolt 4 docks will divert power away from the laptop
Three Thunderbolt 4 downstream ports (all capable of data, video and audio and 15w power each); one USB-A port (Gen2@10Gbps); power button
DockWorks WiFi Auto-Switch guarantees the fastest, most reliable internet connection; while MAC Address ID Pass-Through and Reset, and Device Connection Monitoring give IT managers maximum network monitoring and visibility; Intel VT-d DMA protection blocks peripheral devices from unauthorized access to system memory.
Three-year warranty and lifetime Kensington technical support