Pluggable has unveiled a new 4K Quad Monitor Dock at CES 2023 this week in the form of TBT4UDZ’s first Thunderbolt 4 Reference Dock. The powerful dock has been specifically designed to take full advantage of Thunderbolt 4 and provides 100W of charging power and can connect to up to four 4K 60Hz displays on Windows PCs and up to two 4K 60Hz displays on Macs with M1 Pro and M1 Max processors . Combined with 2.5Gb/s wired Ethernet, combo audio port, SD/microSD card reader, and 7 USB ports.
Also announced at CES 2023 is an expandable 11in1 USBC hub that requires just one USB port and adds up to two HDMI 4K 60Hz displays, three USB 3.0 ports, one USBC port, SD, and MicroSD card reader, Gigabit Ethernet, 3.5mm audio jack and USBC passthrough charging port.
“Use your laptop’s USBC power adapter to take advantage of up to 100W USBC passthrough charging. Thanks to the smart power system, your connected USB peripherals and laptop get the power they need. The small design and passthrough charging make it the perfect hub for anyone looking to expand their workstation on the go.”
Dock ports for four 4K monitors
“Using the power of the Intel Goshen Ridge chipset, the TBT4UDZ provides a variety of connectivity options for additional displays. With two HDMI ports and two DisplayPort ports, users can mix and match monitors to expand up to four 4K 60Hz displays on Windows PCs and up to two 4K 60Hz displays on Macs with M1 Pro and M1 Max processors. “
Thunderbolt 4 Dock
– More screens, more power – Up to 4 screens at up to 4K 60Hz on Thunderbolt 4 Windows systems. With 7 USB ports, SD/microSD slots, Ethernet (2.5Gbps), audio and 100W PD to keep you charged, your Windows laptop will have enough to boost your productivity.
– Quad Thunderbolt Dock – Add up to 4 4K 60Hz screens to a laptop with Windows Thunderbolt 4, 2x HDMI, 2x DisplayPort. Mac (Intel, M1 Pro/Max processor), connect up to 2 4K 60Hz displays via HDMI DisplayPort or one of each. (Only one external screen on M1 and M2 Mac)
– Power 100 W. Keep your laptop charged all day long with 100W (98W certified). And if your computer needs less power, the docking station will automatically adjust. The 2 USB ports can be used to charge peripherals such as phones and tablets.
– Compatibility – Compatible with Windows 10 or later and macOS 11+. This quadmonitor dock connects to Thunderbolt 4, Thunderbolt 3, USB4, and USBC ports using the included Thunderbolt 4 (40Gb/s, 1m) cable. See detailed compatibility below.
– 2 year warranty – We love our connected products and hope you will too. All of our products are backed by a 2year limited parts and labor warranty and email support in Seattle.
The TBT4UDZ Thunderbolt 4 Dock is available for preorder now on Amazon for $299 and will be released on January 17, while the USBC11IN1E is available on Amazon for about $80.
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