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WAVLINK USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station $84.49 (Was $129.99) Delivered @ Wavlink-RC via Amazon AU

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1-Provides video, audio, network, 2 additional USB 3.0 ports & 4 USB 2.0 ports
2-supporting HDMI/DVI-I//VGA Resolution reaches up to 2K (2048 x 1152)
3-Built-in Audio Mic line-in and line-out ports with hot-plug detection
4-RJ45 port for wired network connectivity
5-Built-in 2 x USB3.0 ports (with one port for smartphone charging)
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  • Hi Rep, not sure if I missed it somewhere but can it run at 60hz for the display?

  • +4

    Looks huge…

    • I forget your sense of humour sometimes JV 😊

  • The monitor connections are 1x HDMI and 1x DVI port

    • +1

      2005 called, they want their ports back

  • I just go to ebay and buy a 2nd hand HP dock instead.. 50 bucks and support 4k

    • +1

      Can you please share link(if you dont mind)
      Cheers

      • Second that

        • +1

          He's obviously asking for the model corejava mentioned. You actually had to go out of your way to be unhelpful and for what?

  • +5

    If you have USB C then this probably isn't what you're after - any generic USB C hdmi hub thing on eBay or Amazon will do the trick.

    However if you don't have USB C then this is useful for settimg up a laptop docking station. My guess is it uses a USB display card (usually display link chipset) with an internal USB 3 hub. Only problem is that because it's acting as an external display card (as opposed to just outputting display port over USB like USB C does) the display can sometimes be a little jittery. Probably not good for gaming I would guess.

    Still, useful if you want to run 2 monitors off your older laptop.

    • Or 3 screens - you can use the dock to run 2 screens and the laptop usually have at least one video out. My work used to have the Toshiba Dynadocks that were like this and were happily running 3 x 1080p screens off the dock and the 2005 laptops which were the fleet up until earlier this year. In fact even when we went to modern laptops with USB C connections we're still using the old docks via USB A as they work well and are bullet proof. Have had quite a few reliability issues with HP USB C docks.

      • +1

        the 2005 laptops which were the fleet up until earlier this year

        What brand laptops survived 16 years in a corporate environment ?

        • +2

          Whoops 2014 not 2005 - 6-7 years

      • I agree with toshie dynadocks. I don’t think seen one die. Just go for ever

  • Hi rep, is there any chance of getting this offer back? (nb have also sent a DM)