Kensington USB-C USB 3.0 Docking Station - SD4700P USB-C and USB 3.0 Dual Display Universal Laptop Docking Station with DisplayPort++ and HDMI outputs, 6 USB ports (K38240EU)
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If you don’t have USB-C and are using the provided USB-A to USB-C cable that Kensington kindly includes, then a maximum of two 4K displays is possible. At a rough estimate, the ports on this device would require more than 76Gb/s of connection to the host computer to have all the necessary bandwidth, and it only has 10Gb/s.
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After working closely with DisplayLink (Synaptics) on the updated driver, and conducting extensive testing to ensure support on the above-mentioned Kensington products, we are happy to share that an updated driver (v10.1 M1) is now available. Please navigate to synaptics.com where you will find the latest driver from DisplayLink. Please note that the driver will need to be manually installed until it is available via Windows Updates later this month. Support:Dual video is only supported on Windows 10 and 8.1 devices (Mac and Chrome USB-C devices do not support dual video over MST). While the issue is not limited to Kensington products using DisplayLink, the below products from Kensington are currently impacted. Another slightly odd choice is that the top is slightly recessed, creating a tray of sorts for small change, or whatever.
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Our immediate reaction to that information was to wonder why mounting six complicated cabling ports on this device was a better option than providing three DisplayPort and some inexpensive cable adapters for HDMI? A: The reversible USB-C connector makes it easy to plug the cable for an accessory in either direction
The pins on the USB-C cable help you do more than a traditional USB–A connector that works in only one direction
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Maximum Resolution Supported: Single 8K 30Hz or Dual 4K 60Hz via the available Thunderbolt™ 4 ports. M1/M2 Base Chipset MacBook or USB-C Alt Mode laptop supports only a single external display. As we might have predicted before opening the box, the glossy surfaces attract dust and fingerprints compared with the textured ones, that don’t. On the rear is a PSU power input, USB-C downlink from the computer, three each of DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 2.0, a Gigabit LAN port and four USB-A 3.1 Gen2 ports.
They also made some curious choices about the texturing of this case, where the top, bottom rear and sides have a matt appearance, but the front is high gloss.