Thunderbolt 3.0 Dock Introduction
The Alogic TB3D2D24K-H is a Dual 4K Display Thunderbolt 3.0 dock with power delivery which works with both Mac & Windows computers.
The dock supports all the miracles of Thunderbolt 3.0 such as native support for 40Gbps data transfer speed, 4K video and power delivery with a single cable.
Thunderbolt 3.0: One cable for Power, Video & Data
The dock connects to your Thunderbolt 3.0 enabled laptop by just one single Thunderbolt cable to charge your laptop, transfer data (up to 40Gbps), connect dual monitors, Gigabit Ethernet and an audio device at the same time.
Supports PD (Power Delivery) and can charge your laptop with up to 60W of power through the Thunderbolt 3.0 connection. Laptops rated 80W or 85W will also charge through the dock at a slower speed.
Dual 4K Display Output: Increased Productivity
The versatile dock allows you to connect two monitors simultaneously through the (1) HDMI and (1) Thunderbolt 3.0 outputs on the dock to EXTEND OR MIRROR the content.
The maximum resolution supported with dual display is 3840 x [email protected] from both ports. The Thunderbolt 3.0 port is Compatible with USB-C video adapters and cables such as DisplayPort, HDMI, VGA, etc.
Gigabit Ethernet & USB Expansion
The dock also features a gigabit ethernet port to enable connection to a wired network. The dock has 5 USB 3.0 for connecting all your accessories such as mouse, keyboard, hard drive, printers etc. The dock also has Thunderbolt 3.0 port which can be used for Video/Audio output or Connection a Thunderbolt Accessory. The 3.5mm audio jacks lets you connect headphone & mic with ease.
Not all USB-C ports support video output. Many Windows and Chromebook computers have multiple USB-C ports, but only support video output from one or two of them. If using a Windows or Chromebook machine it is important to ensure that you plug the device into a port/ports which supports video output for it to be able to show video on external monitors.
Many USB-C ports that have no labelling support video output, however USB-C ports which have a DisplayPort logo or Intel Thunderbolt logo printed next to them almost certainly support video output and you should look for these icons next to the ports on your computer.
If in doubt about whether a USB-C port supports video output, consult the user manual for your computer or the support information on the manufacturer’s website.
The device can be used with USB-C ports which do not support video output, however you will not be able to connect the HDMI ports to external monitors and show video. The other ports (Ethernet, audio, card readers and USB ports) will be functional.