Alogic has announced the availability of its Quad Display Universal Docking Station – the DUCDV4.
It delivers dual 4K and dual 1080p output, The folks at Algoic says setting up a work station with the DUCDV4 Universal Quad Display Docking Station is quick and simple. Leveraging DisplayLink technology, connecting devices to up to 1x DisplayPort (3840×2160 60Hz) and 3x HDMI (1x 3840×2160 60Hz + 2x 1920×1080 60Hz) it’s purported as simple as installing DisplayLink’s universal drivers on the host device and connecting the user’s new displays to the dock.
Designed to expand the capabilities of a laptop with up to four external monitors, tyenDV4 is compatible across operating systems and platforms including Mac, Android, PCs, Linux Ubuntu, Thunderbolt 4/3 and other USB-C hosts. In addition to supporting up to four external displays, the DV4 dock provides access to all the ports required in a home office, education, or corporate environment. The dock provides up to 85W notebook charging when a 100W power adapter is connected.
In addition to supporting up to four external displays, the DV4 dock provides connections for all other standard peripherals including:
- 1 x USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 (5Gbps)
- 2 x USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 (5Gbps)
- 2 x USB-A 2.0 (480Mbps)
- Gigabit Ethernet
- Combo Headphone | Microphone Jack
- SD and Micro SD Card Reader