Category Archives: USB-C

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Add a DVI Port to Your USB-C or Thunderbolt™ 3 System

Today Plugable is launching our USB-C to DVI “Alt Mode” adapter, the most recent addition in our family of USB-C graphics adapter and peripherals. The new USBC-DVI adapter adds a DVI output port on compatible systems with USB Type C “DisplayPort Alternate Mode” or Thunderbolt™ 3 technology to connect to displays with a DVI input. […]

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Plugable USB 3.1 Type-C to DVI Adapter

Product Description The Plugable USBC-DVI adapter enables a full HD-capable DVI output from systems which support “DisplayPort Alternate Mode” (Alt Mode) via USB-C such as the Apple 12″ Retina MacBook 2015 / 2016, the Chromebook Pixel [2] 2015, and upcoming systems based on the Intel Skylake/Alpine Ridge platform. Alt Mode adapters allow you to add […]

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The First Universal USB-C Docking Station with Alternate Mode and Power Delivery Support

Finally, a comprehensive docking solution for Macbook 2015 / 2016 users that works across platforms with the Chromebook Pixel 2 and compatible USB-C Windows systems. The Plugable UD-CA1 is the first universal docking station for Mac, Windows, and Chrome OS with Alternate Mode HDMI video output and 60 Watts of Power Delivery (PD) — available […]

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Plugable USB-C Docking Station with Power Delivery / Charging

Product Description Learn more Winner of PCMag.com Editors’ Choice, the Plugable UD-CA1 dramatically increases the functionality, usability, and flexibility of supported USB-C systems like the 2015 & 2016 12″ Retina MacBooks and Late 2016 MacBook Pro. Power up your productivity with the ability to add an external HDMI display while simultaneously providing up to 60W […]

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Plugable USB 3.1 Type-C to HDMI 2.0 Adapter

Product Description The Plugable USBC-HDMI adapter enables an HDMI 2.0 output at resolutions up to 3840×2160@60Hz (4K/UHD) from systems which support “DisplayPort Alternate Mode” (Alt Mode) via USB-C such as the Apple 12″ Retina MacBook 2015 / 2016, the Chromebook Pixel [2] 2015, Lenovo P50/P70, XPS 13 / 15, and many more upcoming systems based […]

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USB Type-C to DispalyPort Adapter

Plugable’s New USB Type-C to DisplayPort Adapter Cable Has Arrived

The USB 3.1 “Type-C” standard has introduced several new features not present in previous generations of USB. One of these capabilities that’s most interesting is the ability to negotiate “Alternate Modes” which — if both sides of the connection support the same mode and agree — can dedicate some of the physical wires in the […]

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Plugable USB-C 3-Port Hub with Pass-Through Charging

Features Simultaneous charging and data for supported USB-C systems (see below “Compatibility”) Single USB-C input for USB-C Power Delivery charger, uses VIA VL100 for USB PD negotiation Three USB-A 3.0 ports for connecting USB accessories Slim aluminum design perfect for travel Built-in 6 inch USB-C cable with aluminum shell Features single VIA VL813 USB 3.0 […]

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Plugable USB 3.1 Type-C to DisplayPort Adapter Cable

Product Description The Plugable USBC-DP adapter cable enables DisplayPort displays to be connected to a computer via a USB-C port which supports “DisplayPort Alternate Mode” (Alt Mode) such as the Apple 12″ Retina MacBook 2015/2016, the Chromebook Pixel 2015, Dell XPS 2016, Lenovo P50 & P70, and many upcoming systems based on the Intel Skylake/Alpine […]

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Plugable USB-C Triple Display Docking Station with DisplayLink USB Graphics, Alt Mode Video Output, and PD Charging

Note: If considering an upgrade to macOS Sierra (10.12), please read our blog post here about why we suggest waiting to install if possible. Product Description Learn more USB 3.1 Type-C is set to revolutionize connectivity. We’ve designed our USB-C Triple Display Docking Station to showcase what this new standard is capable of with flexibility […]

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Plugable Delivers USB-C Power Delivery Debug Device Based on Google “Twinkie” platform

The new USB-C connector and USB-PD specification enable charging at up to 100W. However, the protocol for negotiation between host and charger can be complex. As Google was building the Chromebook Pixel (the first USB-C device to hit the market), it created a tool to allow the engineers to see what was happening at the […]

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