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StarTech.com Thunderbolt 3 Dock - Dual Monitor 4K 60Hz TB3 Laptop Docking Station with DisplayPort - 85W Power Delivery Charging - 6-Port USB 3.0 Hub, SD 4.0, GbE, Audio - Windows & Mac (TB3DOCK2DPPD) 85W| DP or USB C w/ SD

Model Number: TB3DOCK2DPPD

$325.73 USD
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Easily transform your TB3 equipped MacBook Pro or Windows laptop into a dual-4K workstation with up to 40Gbps of throughput. The high-quality Thunderbolt 3 dock features six USB 3.0 ports, 85W Power Delivery to charge your laptop, and an SD card reader.

Create a Dual-4K 60Hz Workstation

This dual-monitor docking station supports 40Gbps speeds and 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution at 60Hz on two monitors, enabling resource-demanding applications on independent displays without draining system resources. The TB3 dock can support 5K (5120 x 2880) resolutions @ 60Hz on a single display.

Connect your laptop to:

- 1 x 4K monitor via the DP Port

- 1 x 4K monitor via the TB3 USB-C Port (1.8 m cable included)

OR

- 1 x 5K monitor via the DP and TB3 USB-C ports

Easy Installation & Deployment

Simply connect the TB3 port replicator to your laptop with the included TB3 cable and start working immediately. No time-consuming driver installations are required. Set up a second monitor using the included USB-C to DisplayPort cable adapter, eliminating the need for extra adapters.

Plenty of Ports Including SD Card Reader

The TB3 docking station offers six USB type 3.0 ports, including a Fast-Charge port and USB-C port, an GbE port and audio/microphone port. The built-in SD card reader adds storage not usually available on most docking stations.

85W Power Delivery

Using a single cable, the universal laptop docking station provides up to 85W of Power Delivery to power and charge your laptop, and power your peripherals with its 180W power adapter.

TB3DOCK2DPPD is backed by a StarTech. Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)

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Patrick Rose
Dock is fine, but included Thunderbolt cable is of bad quality

The dock itself does its work, however, the included thunderbolt cable seems to be of bad quality. While it does its trick with a USB-C connection at an older Lenovo Laptop, it is not able to connect via Thunderbolt 3 to a HP Elitebook. Bought a Belkin Thunderbolt 3 cable as a replacement as I had a little bit of a feeling and actually it did it. Now, the HP laptop does connect perfectly via Thunderbolt 3 while the USB C Laptop connects via USB C without issues as well

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Craig S
Third time is a charm

I previously bought 2 other "USB C Docks", hoping they would be able to drive my simple dual monitor setup: 4K@60hz and 2K@60hz. I tried both the WavLink and OWC USB C units. They could drive both monitors - but only at 30hz. Too bad. These docks cost only ~$100. When looking at true "Charging Thunderbolt 3 Docks", I had a choice between this StarTech and OWC. Expecting that I might continue have issues, I started with the lowest price unit on Amazon: the StarTech. To my delight, it works 100%. Charging is ~70W with all devices running. Both monitors work @60hz. PROS: 1. Laptop charging with single cable. 2. True dual 60hz monitor support. 3. Runs cool. CONS: 1. Lowest priced Mac compatible Thunderbolt 3 charging dock I could find but still costs twice what I think is fair. 2. Needs good display cables. It might be true for other dual 4K display docks - this is just my experience. I had to buy a new USB C to HDMI cable to replace one that I had. When I upgrade my second monitor to 4K in the future, I should be able to use the supplied USB C to DisplayPort cable. This dock has only 2 USB Type A ports. That's not a problem for me. I use an additional powered USB A hub (the kind that now cost <$15). This reduces the load on the StartTech dock so it can provide more laptop charging power. Still just one cable to my Mac. I am happy. Update: Upgraded to 2x 4K thunderbolt displays. Rock steady display using supplied USB C cable. Remember: You will need additional Male-Male Display Port cable for maximum performance.

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K.A.
The only dock able to power a Macbook Pro while driving two 4K displays.

I'm using this dock for a 15" Macbook Pro circa 2019. Nothing here has USB-C ports, and the computer doesn't have any others. This dock seemed like a good idea to bridge the gap. For the most part it delivers. The big selling points for this dock versus any other Thunderbolt 3 dock out there is the 85W power delivery, enough to power a Macbook Pro, and the dual 4K display support. But there are caveats. Even though this dock sports such a huge power supply, the USB 3.0 ports are still unable to power devices that draw more than 500mA of power. You can't charge your phone from them, at least not quickly. Your choices for two screens are limited to (HDMI + DisplayPort) for one and (DisplayPort + RGB) for the other. If you intend to drive two DVI-D monitors with DisplayPort-to-DVI adapters, you can't: you will get two black screens that fail to detect - only native DisplayPort is supported. I wish I had known that before I bought. I wish I had more USB 3.0 ports on this dock than the two it has, as well as a longer Thunderbolt 3 cable: for one of the more expensive docks out there, it should have been a no-brainer to provide for people who wish to keep their desks clean. I managed to find workarounds for all of these, though this is no longer my preferred setup. It works, though, and well. Unlike some other reviewers, I haven't noticed my computer monitors loosing their layout every time I disconnect the laptop, even though my screens are now running as a pair on a DisplayPort video extender at the very unusual 3840x1080 resolution, which is not listed as supported, but works without a problem. I also haven't noticed any coil whine from the dock. That is, I had a high-pitch whine problem, but tracked it down to a one of my USB cables, which I replaced. I solved the lack of high-current USB 3.0 support with a powered USB 3.0 hub, and the short cable problem by not putting the docking station under my desk, where I would ideally like to have it.

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Amazon Customer
Wow wonderful product, works great!

I'm really satisfied to have selected of all available Thunderbolt 3 dock on the market this one. It just works! I simply had to plug my devices onto the dock, then the rest works wonderfully. If you have any troubles, my dell laptop recommended to me to install the drivers at first before plugin-in the devices onto the dock, but it wasn't necessary for me.

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LP
Compatibility with 15" MacBook Pro is so-so...

First of all, this dock is quite expansive. I would expect Top Notch compatibility and integration with my Mac, but so far the integration with MacOS has been far from perfect. Cons: - Dual Displays: So-So.. From times to times, when I connect the dock, the "primary" display changes from one port to another. - Dual Displays: If you run multiple MacOS user sessions at the same time, most of the time, switching between sessions will mess up displays (i.e. only 1/2 display working, and MBP built-in screen ON when in clamshell mode. - When my MPB is shut down and I plug in this dock, it does not start the Mac automatically (unlike the TB3 LG Ultrafine display which does turn on my Mac when connected) - Supplied TB3 cable is really short ! - Ethernet port requires a driver that installs itself automatically once you reboot your Mac for the first time after connecting the dock. - No Audio output ! - Huge external power adapter Pros: - Power Delivery works perfectly. - The only dock I know if that has both dual DP and 85W PD. - The TB connector is on the front of the dock, which is perfect if you want to place it in such a way that it hides all the display cables For reference: I use 2 x DELL U2410F with a 15 MBP (Vega 20 GPU) on Mojave 10.14.5

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StarTech.com Thunderbolt 3 Dock - Dual Monitor 4K 60Hz TB3 Laptop Docking Station with DisplayPort - 85W Power Delivery Charging - 6-Port USB 3.0 Hub, SD 4.0, GbE, Audio - Windows & Mac (TB3DOCK2DPPD) 85W| DP or USB C w/ SD
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StarTech.com Thunderbolt 3 Dock - Dual Monitor 4K 60Hz TB3 Laptop Docking Station with DisplayPort - 85W Power Delivery Charging - 6-Port USB 3.0 Hub, SD 4.0, GbE, Audio - Windows & Mac (TB3DOCK2DPPD) 85W| DP or USB C w/ SD

$325.73 USD

Easily transform your TB3 equipped MacBook Pro or Windows laptop into a dual-4K workstation with up to 40Gbps of throughput. The high-quality Thunderbolt 3 dock features six USB 3.0 ports, 85W Power Delivery to charge your laptop, and an SD card reader.

Create a Dual-4K 60Hz Workstation

This dual-monitor docking station supports 40Gbps speeds and 4K (4096 x 2160) resolution at 60Hz on two monitors, enabling resource-demanding applications on independent displays without draining system resources. The TB3 dock can support 5K (5120 x 2880) resolutions @ 60Hz on a single display.

Connect your laptop to:

- 1 x 4K monitor via the DP Port

- 1 x 4K monitor via the TB3 USB-C Port (1.8 m cable included)

OR

- 1 x 5K monitor via the DP and TB3 USB-C ports

Easy Installation & Deployment

Simply connect the TB3 port replicator to your laptop with the included TB3 cable and start working immediately. No time-consuming driver installations are required. Set up a second monitor using the included USB-C to DisplayPort cable adapter, eliminating the need for extra adapters.

Plenty of Ports Including SD Card Reader

The TB3 docking station offers six USB type 3.0 ports, including a Fast-Charge port and USB-C port, an GbE port and audio/microphone port. The built-in SD card reader adds storage not usually available on most docking stations.

85W Power Delivery

Using a single cable, the universal laptop docking station provides up to 85W of Power Delivery to power and charge your laptop, and power your peripherals with its 180W power adapter.

TB3DOCK2DPPD is backed by a StarTech. Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)

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