Three HDMI monitors, three DisplayPort Monitors, or a combination of both. The Plugable USB-C Triple 4K HDMI and DisplayPort Docking Station (UD-6950PDZ) is the first docking station to offer three 4K HDMI Ports, and three 4K DisplayPort ports so you can mix and match up to three monitors—no adapters necessary. Add in an Ethernet port, an audio jack, and 6x USB-A ports to pair all of your peripherals and you’ve got the simplest way to connect your high-resolution setup.
A Powerful Performer
With the UD-6950PDZ, you’re not just upgrading your display configuration, you’re upgrading your whole laptop to a command center. Starting with the Light Up Three , you can add up to three 4K displays in any configuration of HDMI and/or DisplayPort—the first docking station to offer both options for all three displays. But what if your computer only supports one display, like the M1 MacBooks? The UD-6950PDZ has you covered with DisplayLink technology. Just a heads up, you may need to download a DisplayLink driver to get full functionality.
More than just a chance to expand your screen count, the UD-6950PDZ also makes room for all of your peripherals. Through a single USB-C connection back to the host, get 6x USB-A 5Gpbs ports, Gigabit Ethernet, a combination audio input/output port, and of course, 60W charging so you can leave your charger in the bag.
But Will It Charge My Laptop
With few exceptions, 60W charging is going to provide you with more than enough power to keep your laptop going all day. In fact, a high percentage of the laptops on the market today have a max charge rate of 60W, a trend that’s expected to continue as laptops become more efficient.
But what if your laptop came with a 96W charger? Unless your laptop is incredibly power-hungry, like a high-end gaming rig, 60W is all you need. So what’s the difference? It may take some users a little longer to fully charge up.
Going Fast Doesn’t Only Apply to Performance
By now you’ve probably heard about the global chip shortage (and if you haven’t, I’m sorry you had to find out this way). As you might imagine, it’s having an impact on the number of docking stations we can produce, and considering the specialized chipsets in the UD-6950PDZ, we don’t expect supply to keep up with demand.