The Thunderbolt Certified 16-in-1 Quad docking station from Plugable delivers peak performance. The innovation starts with our display connections. Connect your 4K screens through 2x HDMI ports and 2x DisplayPort ports — a rare level of display flexibility in a Thunderbolt dock.
With this Thunderbolt 4 docking station Windows computers can use the 2x HDMI ports, and 2x DisplayPort ports to connect as many as 4x screens at up to 4K 60Hz. Can also be used a single, dual, or triple display docking station. On Mac (Intel, M1 Pro/Max CPU), extend your desktop to 2x screens using any combination of HDMI and/or DisplayPort. Macs with an M1 or M2 CPU only support one external display.
Charge Up with 100W Power Delivery
The laptop Thunderbolt docking station offers USB Power Delivery up to 100W (98W certified) — no more climbing under the desk to get plugged in. Not all laptop docking stations handle power the same. With the TBT4-UDZ, if your laptop needs less power, the docking station adjusts and only sends the optimal wattage. And with 6x available USB ports, and one USB-C port, your devices will always have a place to connect.
16 Ports to Power Productivity
The complement of available ports on the TBT4-UDZ has you covered. From a convenient spot to plug in your phone, to waving bye-bye to the spotty wifi with 2.5Gbps Ethernet. Get connected with: 2x HDMI, 2x DisplayPort, 1x Thunderbolt 4 (to host), 1x USB-C (10Gbps), 3x USB (10Gbps), 2x USB (5Gbps), 1x USB 2.0 (charging), SD and microSD Card Slots, Audio In/Out, Gigabit Ethernet (2.5Gbps)*Actual Ethernet port speed determined by driver version and host model. For best results be sure to download the latest Ethernet drivers (which can be found on the Plugable website). To reach 2.5Gbps speeds, a 2.5Gbps Ethernet switch or 2.5Gbps network router is required.
The TBT4-UDZ is compatible with Windows 10 and later and macOS 11+. Get connected through Thunderbolt 4, Thunderbolt 3, USB4, and USB-C via included Thunderbolt 4 cable (40Gbps, 3.3ft/1m). Actual number of screens that can be extended depends on capabilities of the host computer. On some Windows laptops, enabling four displays may require a Windows settings change to disable the internal screen. On Macs, additional monitors beyond specs below may not function, and/or will "mirror" rather than extend.
You will be able to order the Plugable 16-in-1 Thunderbolt 4 Dock for $299 at the link below.