Answered By: Caleb Rupp
Last Updated: Feb 02, 2024     Views: 36

The Laptop Docking Station allows users to connect their Thunderbolt-compatible devices to a larger monitor for ease-of-use. Simply connect the labeled Thunderbolt cable (it looks like a USB-C with a lightning bolt symbol) to your laptop and the display should automatically activate.

You can also connect peripherals (such as storage devices or keyboards) to the docking station.

Please note: you may need to update your firmware and drivers.

To adjust display settings

  • MacOS
    • Go to System Settings > Displays > Arrange
  • Windows
    • Go to Control Panel > System > Display

 

Specifications: 

General

Power Provided

130W (Dell systems)
90W (non-Dell systems)

Max Resolution Details

  • 5K - 60 Hz (Single Display)
  • 4K - 60 Hz (Quad Display)

Interfaces

2 x Thunderbolt 4

OS Required

Windows 10, Windows 11, Ubuntu 20.04 or later


Video

Max Resolution Details

  • 5K - 60 Hz (Single Display)
  • 4K - 60 Hz (Quad Display)

Networking

Data Link Protocol

Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet