- Thunderbolt 3 dock for MacBooks (OS 10.16 and later) and Windows (7, 8, 8.1, 10) laptops equipped with Thunderbolt 3 (Lenovo Dell HP Acer, Asus, MSI, Razer, and more) with transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps; also compatible with USB-C laptops and Surface devices (at up to 10Gbps USB-C speeds) including Surface Pro 7 and 7+, Surface Laptop 3, Surface Books and Surface Go
- Supports 4K Ultra HD (4096 x 2160 30-bit color @60 Hz) to two monitors or 8k @30Hz to a single monitor for Thunderbolt 3; For USB-C devices, supports 4K @30Hz to dual monitors for devices with DisplayPort 1.4 (HBR3) and 1080p@60Hz to dual monitors for devices with DisplayPort 1.2 (HBR2)
- Macbooks with the M1 chipset will only display on one external monitor with any Thunderbolt dock due to limitations of the Apple chipset (for dual monitor see our part # K33620NA)
- Connect your laptop to the Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C port (.8 meter Intel Certified TB3 cable included); connect your dual displays by using the two DisplayPort 1.4 ports with passive DisplayPort cables (see part #K33021WW); if sending the display signal from the DisplayPort to an HDMI monitor, an “active” adapter or cable is required
- 120 Watt Power Supply delivers 60W power to charge your laptop via power delivery 3.0, including 61W MacBook 13” (windows laptops must be designed to support power delivery – Surface devices do); delivers additional power to run peripherals like hard drives, and for charging phones and tablets
- SD card reader and Micro SD card reader (both UHS II SD 4.0); one USB-C Gen2 port (up to 10Gbps with 5V/1.5A charging), three USB-A ports [2 Gen2@10Gbps on the front (one with 5V/1.5A charging) and one Gen1@5Gbps port on the rear of the dock supporting 5V/0.9A], Gigabit Ethernet port; 3.5mm headphone/speaker/microphone combo jack; Kensington lock slot; VESA mounting holes
- Three year coverage and lifetime Kensington technical support
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