|Hardware Interface||USB 2.0|
|Data Transfer Rate||5 Gigabits Per Second|
|Number of Ports||15|
|Total Usb Ports||6|
|Has Auto Focus||No|
|Has Programmable Buttons||No|
|Product Dimensions||22.3 x 8 x 2.59 cm; 800 Grams|
|Item Weight||800 g|
|Item Model Number||WLAM2C-UG69PD2|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||18 October 2018|
WAVLINK USB C Dual 4K Docking Station with Power Delivery Charging for Laptop USB-C & Thunderbolt 3 Systems 5K Single Video Display, 2xDisplay Port, 2xHDMI, Gigabit Ethernet, 2 USB 3.0 Port, 2 Type C
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|Colour||Dual 4K Dock with Charging|
|Hardware interface||USB 2.0|
|Total USB ports||6|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||22.3 x 8 x 2.6 centimetres|
About this item
- Provides compatible Windows Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C systems with up to dual additional displays via dual HDMI / HDMI +DisplayPort, and up to 60W of charging power. Utilizes cutting edge USB 3.1 technologies in conjunction with the latest features of our UD-6950 dock
- Supports resolutions up to 5K (5120 x 2880@60Hz) single display when using dual DisplayPort ports / Dual 4K HDMI / 4K HDMI +4K DisplayPort (4096 x 2160) @60Hz. (Note: For Display port make sure your monitor supports DP 1.2 and monitor settings are configured to use DP 1.2)
- NOT macOS COMPATIBLE (10.13.4 version and later). WL-UG69PD2 is compatibile with specific Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C Windows systems such as the Microsoft Surface Book 2, Dell XPS 9350 / 9360 / 9370 / 9550 / 9560, Lenovo Yoga 720 13" & Carbon X1 5th/6th Gen, most 13" HP Spectre x360 models, 2015 and later Chromebooks.
- Advanced features: such as host-charging(60W) and "Alt Mode" video output must be supported by host system to function. If you use USB 3.0 cable to connect computer,the dock will support PD function. Not all systems with USB-C ports support charging or video output. The dock is not compatible with USB 3.0 systems when use PD
- What in the box:1 x USB C Dual 4K Universal Dock station - 1 x 100W power adapter - 1 x USB Type C to C Cable - 1 x USB Type C to A cable - 1 x CD Driver - 1 x Instruction Manual
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Wavlink USB-C 5K Ultra HD Universal Docking Station
For laptop can connect to any host with Standard A or Type C connectors providing a fully backward-compatible and future proof docking solution. Allow you to connect up to two additional monitors and eleven accessories through a single USB cable.
The item provides:
- USB-C Ultra 5K Universal Docking Station:DisplayPort+DisplayPort output resolutions up to 5120 x 2880@60Hz at a single display
- An HDMI port OR a displayport for connecting external monitor and support for resolutions up to 4096 x 2160@60Hz
- Dual 4K HDM / 4K HDMI + 4K DisplayPort :The maximum resolution will be 3840x2160 (UHD) if both video outputs are being used.
- Built 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 f,Wired network connections are faster and more reliable than any Wi-Fi.
- With separate microphone input and amplified audio output,you can enjoy crystal-clear conference calls or any other project benefits from having your voice heard.
- 6 x SuperSpeed USB3.0 ports provides up to 5Gbps data transfer speeds, which is 10 times faster than USB2.0.
- Supports 5.1 Channel Surround Sound,supports Extend and Mirror Video Mode.
System requirements-Compatible with both Type-C and Type-A Laptop/Desktop Windows&XP system, limited support for Mac OS.
-Build in DisplayLink DL-6950 Chipset ,please see more detail on DisplayLink website and download the lastest drive.
MacOS 10.13.4 no longer supports DisplayLink. Turn off automatic updates to remain on 10.13.3.
Max 5K(5120 x 2880@60Hz) resolution only via dual Display Ports
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If you want a high quality, windows 10 native, all the bells and whistles... well, you'll probably have to pay for it. This one was cheap, all things considered!
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Now running a Dell Latitude E6430 with built-in display as main screen with 2x Acer K242HL monitors, giving me a 3 screen extended desktop.
Easy to set-up. Simply install the drive from CD provided, plug in adapter and monitor and you're good to go.
I use USB3.0 connection and not checking backwards compatibility with USB2.0. Also updated my graphics drivers.
10 minutes and I was up and running. And at £32 it's a bargain.
I haven't tested screen rotation and audio output features, I don't need it.
Firstly, I could not get this to work with Thunderbolt... no matter what I tried, just got freezing and blue screens all the way.
Secondly, if you have a laptop with Windows and integrated and dedicated graphics cards, it simply won't give you a good smooth experience unless you disable the integrated card. This sadly defeats the point of having an integrated card, but unless you disable it completely in device manager the DisplayLink software will always use that card instead of any dedicated graphics you have, which meant even basic video playback becomes jerky and painful to watch as nearly all integrated cards simply are not meant to handle multiple monitors.
Thirdly, even once the integrated card is disabled and your battery and charger are getting hammered 24/7 running the dedicated graphics, you then have to contend with your CPU getting absolutely abused by the data encryption used prior to sending the display info across the wire. Now I have a fairly high-end laptop with a 6 core i7 CPU and it was getting mashed by this thing, which naturally means the battery and charger are being kicked while already down and bleeding on the ground because of using dedicated graphics to run three monitors. Possibly the saddest part of this is that you still don't get really smooth display playback. Admittedly with a very high end device it wasn't the worst, but I still decided to return this item and plug the monitors straight into the laptop instead. Sure, I now have two additional cables poking out of my laptop, but I have perfect playback, a CPU that loves me and a couple hundred more dollars in my pocket.
My advice is to only buy this if you like expensive things, hate your laptop enough that you want to burn all the components out as fast as possible and have a really cold apartment that you would rather heat by abusing your laptop instead of turning a radiator on.