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DELL D6000 USB-C Docking Station, USB(5), HDMI, DP
- Enjoy Ultra HD 5K on a single screen or up to three 4K displays via USB-C
- Supports up to three 4K displays or a single 5K Display
- Four USB 3.0 Ports. One USB-C port
- Os required-Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 32/64bit or later
- Charges up to 65W laptop via USB-C
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Conveniently connect any laptop equipped with USB-C or USB3.0 with the Dell universal dock – D6000. Enjoy universal compatibility with a wide range of PC brands and operating systems supported by display link technology.
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Asus Laptop - Windows 10 - 64 bit - USB Type C connection to hub
Out of the box, all USB HHD's, peripherals, and wireless mouse worked, with no setup. Cool!
Plugged in sound, and it was very choppy while doing anything on the computer.
Plugged in secondary monitor via HDMI connector, choppy, flashing screen every 4 - 5 seconds.
Went to the DEll website, and installed the firmware upgrade and the Dell Display Link drivers for this specific Docking Station.
Restarted computer. Everything works perfect.
Sound working, no matter the load on CPU
HDMI monitor working with no flash or desync.
Praying it works on a 3rd monitor when I get one!!!
My HDMI Monitor was not registering to start with and it required the install of the Dell Drivers for the Dock to resolve.
I like the layout of this dock compared to the one I use in the office as there are 2 USB ports on the front instead of the one I am used to and a USB-C too.
I also like that the USB ports on the back that I use for the Keyboard and Mouse are side to side instead of stacked one on top of the other which made plugging in cables easier (not that I intend to really unplug anything going forward).
Since I purchased this docking station, I had nothing but problems with it. I have two Lenovo monitors and a Dell laptop connected to it. The monitors are connected to the DP ports. Several times per day, each day, the monitors freeze. After that, all the applications are transferred onto the laptop screen. I need to cycle power on the docking station to get the Lenovo monitors operational again. The docking station has the latest firmware and all the drivers including the ones for the monitors and video card are up to date. The laptop has 16GB of memory. Think twice before buying this product.
All the issues I had with this device is about MacOS DisplayLink drivers which sometimes gets crazy and start consuming 150-200% of the CPU, but that's general issue with DisplayLink drivers and related to any USB-dock out there, not this specific device.
Works well in Linux as well but you probably might need switch vsync off in composer to avoid mouse glitches. You also will need to reconnect the docking station after system sleep which is also common for all DisplayLink devices not that particular Dell one.
Overall I'm very satisfied with the device, it looks good, it works good, it small and universal.
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I use this with my XPS 13 9360 with Ubuntu 18.04 installed. I have two HP monitors running through the DisplayPorts. The first problem I had to solve was that I needed to install the DisplayLink drivers for Ubuntu. That wasn't too difficult, and once I did the monitors lit up. Unfortunately it seems like the DisplayLink drivers take up a notable amount of my CPU resources.
Then I had a problem with the monitors randomly disconnecting every hour or so. The solution was to turn off audio suspend. Comment out the line "load-module module-suspend-on-idle" in the file /etc/pulse/default.pa and the problem stopped.
Everything else works exactly as it should.
Only a couple of little things:
1. The USB-C cable that goes to you laptop is hardwired into the unit, not necessary a bad thing but makes it a single point of failure if it breaks
2. Powerbrick is one of the old-school dell laptop plugs - I mean the big suckers that if you needed something for self-defense you could swing it overhead and it would great as a mace
Heads up watch the compatibility lists, I've a few friends buy this on my recommendation and then complain it doesn't work with their laptops. Standard caveats - make sure your electrical output matches your laptop, make sure your device has the right specificaiton of USB-C, etc. it's a dock not magic. If you machine doesn't have the right USB-C port this won't magically make the display work.