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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