|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||TBT3-UDC1-EUA|
|Package dimensions||26.9 x 15.1 x 9.4 cm; 1.56 Kilograms|
Plugable Thunderbolt 3 and USB C Dock with 60W Charging, Compatible with MacBook/MacBook Pro and Windows, Dual DisplayPort or HDMI with Included Adapter, 2x USB-C, 3x USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet
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|Hardware interface||USB Type C, Thunderbolt, USB 3.0|
|Total USB ports||6|
|Number of ports||10|
About this item
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- UNIVERSAL COMPATIBILITY - Powered by the newest Intel Titan Ridge chipset. This Thunderbolt 3 dock can be used with both USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 hosts; for office and home environments utilizing both Windows and macOS. Includes EU, UK, and AU plugs
- WINDOWS AND MAC - Compatible with 2016+ MacBook Pro, iPad Pro or Windows systems with Thunderbolt 3 or USB Type-C such as the Surface Pro 7, Surface Laptop 3, Lenovo Yoga, HP Spectre, Dell XPS (Reduced capabilities for USB Type-C and Apple M1 Macs)
- A DOCKING POWERHOUSE - Drive dual 4K 60Hz DisplayPort (not HDMI) displays via Thunderbolt 3, or for USB-C systems (MFDP) dual 1080p 60Hz or single 4K 30Hz display, add USB-C or USB 3.0 peripherals, gigabit Ethernet, and 3.5mm audio device, with up to 60W Power Delivery
- MASSIVE CONNECTIVITY - Clean up desk space with a single 0.8m Thunderbolt 3 cable from your laptop expanding to 10 ports. 2x DisplayPort, 2x USB-C (10Gbps, Data Only), 1x USB (10Gbps), 2x USB 3.0 (5Gbps), Gigabit Ethernet, Headset Audio Jack
- 2 YEAR WARRANTY - We love our Plugable products, and hope you will too. All of our products are backed with a 2-year limited parts and labor warranty as well as Seattle-based email support
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Plugable’s Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C Dual Display Docking Station (TBT3-UDC1-EUA)
Introducing Plugable’s Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C Dual Display Docking Station (TBT3-UDC1). With the latest Thunderbolt chipset, this versatile dock offers a high-performance connectivity expansion experience with extreme flexibility, being compatible with both Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C* compatible host systems.
With a single Thunderbolt 3 cable supporting up to 40Gbps speeds, enjoy the bandwidth to drive two 4K DisplayPort monitors at 60Hz with all your USB or USB-C peripherals, while also providing up to 60W of charging. This dock is a flexible powerhouse, perfect for environments that have a mix of Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C* host systems.
*USB-C hosts will operate at reduced functionality.
When connected to Thunderbolt 3 Windows or Intel-based Mac systems:
- Drive up to two 4096x2160 @ 60Hz displays via DisplayPort.
- Charge with up to 60W of Power Delivery.
- Connect bandwidth-heavy peripherals to one front USB (10Gbps) port and two rear USB-C (10Gbps) ports.
- Connect USB peripherals to two rear USB 3.0 (5Gbps) ports.
When connected to a compatible USB-C only Windows (MFDP) or Mac or M1-based Mac system
- Drive two 1920x1080 @ 60Hz displays via DisplayPort
- Or drive one 4096x2160 @ 30Hz display via DisplayPort
- Intel-based Macs: Drive up to two 4096 x 2160 @ 30Hz mirrored displays via DisplayPort
- Apple M1 Macs: Drive a single display at up to 4K via DisplayPort or HDMI
- Two displays are not supported due to M1 limitations. For dock options with support for 2+ monitors, please refer to UD-3900PDZ
Flexible USB Peripheral Connectivity
With a mix of USB 3.0 ports and USB-C port supporting speeds up to 10Gbps, you’ll be able to connect your phone or USB flash drive to the easily accessible front USB port, then connect other USB peripherals such as a keyboard, mouse, or USB-C storage devices to the back of the dock.
* USB-C ports on the back of the dock support data transfer only (no video) *
60W of Power to Charge
Use a single Thunderbolt 3 cable to dock and charge your device, and keep your laptop powered up while you’re working, so you can say goodbye to your other power supply.
Requirements and Compatibility
|Plugable Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C Docking Station (TBT3-UDC1-EUA)||Plugable Thunderbolt 3 Dock (TBT3-UDV-AU)|
|Designed for both Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C||✓|
|Power Delivery to host||60W||60W|
|Number of displays supported||2||2 (with separate adapter)|
|Video output types||2x DisplayPort||1x DisplayPort, 1x Thunderbolt 3 output (with separate adapter)|
|Includes DisplayPort to HDMI adapter?||✓|
|DisplayPort adapters support (e.g., DP to HDMI adapter)||Only supports ACTIVE adapters||Only supports ACTIVE adapters|
|Orientation||Horizontal||Vertical or Horizontal|
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All in all, its a good, solid purchase, and does its job very well. If you are looking for a thunderbolt dock for your home or office setup then you can't go far wrong with this device!
I looked everywhere at the numerous offerings out there, claiming to be everything for everyone. After looking deeper, I realised that there is a lot to consider when buying a break out box. I have a thunderbolt 3 MacBook Pro and it turns out that this does all I wanted. My HP monitors both have a display port connection, not to be confused with HDMi. Add a keyboard, mouse and tablet and you have a powered adapter that doesn't stress the laptop and has enough spare to power the Macbook as well. If you only have USB-C, beware, the monitors will only be mirrored, which is not a lot of use, so do check specs before buying.
Best thing to me, is that it is well built and solid enough to stay put on the desk. There is a large power block out of sight, but without that you wouldn't have the power to run everything, so no big deal for me.
Update: have been using the ethernet port now for a couple of months too, still working perfectly.
For this, I'm using:
I'm getting 2 displays out from one of the USB ports with the help of - i-Tec adapter USB 3.0 - 2xDisplayPort 4K Ultra HD 4096x2160/60Hz DisplayLink (purchased additionally)
+ one more monitor is out from the primary DisplayPort
I'm just connecting the setup by just plugging in the thunderbolt 3 cable.
Great peace of equipment.