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Lenovo ThinkPad Basic Dock 65W $25 (Was $168) + Shipping ($0 NSW C&C) @ Mwave

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Overview:

Get connected to power, Internet, external display, keyboard, mouse and printer with the ThinkPad Basic 65W docking station. Get more work done, faster. This is the perfect ThinkPad dock station for individuals and businesses on a budget who want all their basic connectivity needs covered.

One of the dock’s 3 USB 2.0 ports supports always-on mobile device charging. This means that you can charge your mobile device even when your notebook is elsewhere. Our unique physical alignment guarantees perfect notebook-dock alignment every time and its compact size makes it an excellent space-saving option.

It comes loaded with 1x USB 3.0 port, 10/1000 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity and 1x VGA port. It is a driver-free dock which does not compromise on video quality. Charge or power your ThinkPad with the included ThinkPad 65W AC Adapter. The cable security lock slot hole ensures the safety of the dock while the convenient eject button allows for one-step system removal.3x USB 2.0, one supports always-on USB charging 1x USB 3.0 10/1000 Gigabit Ethernet, supports enterprise manageability 1x VGA Driver-free, perfect video quality Charges your ThinkPad with an included ThinkPad 65W AC Adapter Security lock hole Convenient eject button for one-step system removal Physical rear alignment for a perfect dock every time Smaller desktop footprint vs Series 3 docking stations Includes ThinkPad AC adapter (65W).

*Copied from Mwave

Dock is a bit outdated but if your laptop is compatible seems like a good deal.

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closed Comments

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    It's not common to see VGA nowadays..

    • +10 votes

      I don't know why, it is a Very Good Adapter

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        Very Garbage Adapter is more accurate.

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          Yes, I have one and it sucks.

  • +1 vote

    Might be worth it for the charger if you need it, but I'm too lazy to figure out compatibility using their spreadsheets.

  • +2 votes

    I am after a the ThinkPad USB C dock but they are very expensive

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      Thanks for letting us know

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        Sorry for not being clear. What was implied was getting the new ThinkPad USB C dock is very compact and compatible almost all laptops. Only a few very powerful / gaming laptops will require power to be connected directly as USB C can not deliver power.

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          as USB C can not deliver power.

          But USB C can deliver power.

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            @spaceflight: It cannot deliver enough power to "a few very powerful / gaming laptops" as @utsc correctly pointed out.
            These systems still require a dedicated AC adaptor.

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        thanks to you for replying too

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          Thanks for your thanks, it keeps the community nice

  • +3 votes

    These are effectively ewaste at this point since the docking port is no long found on new laptops.

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    I think this dock was popular for classic thinkpad Txxx, Xxxx and Wxxx series. However, the new Txx and Pxx series are not compatible with this dock. Just beware before purchasing.

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    Maaan, I miss the 80s :(