|Series||CONNECT USB-C 11-in-1 Multiport Dock|
|Item Model Number||INC004btSGY|
|Hardware Platform||PC, Mac|
|Product Dimensions||26.01 x 8.99 x 2.31 cm; 18 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||26 x 9 x 2.3 centimetres|
|Batteries||1 A batteries required.|
|Item Weight||18 g|
|Country of origin||China|
|Date First Available||7 December 2020|
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Belkin INC004btSGY USB-C 11-in-1 Multiport Dock
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|Hardware interface||USB 3.0 Type A, USB Type C, Ethernet, HDMI, 3.5mm Audio|
|Number of ports||11|
|Compatible devices||USB Flash Drives, Tablets, Monitors, Laptops, Desktops|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||26 x 9 x 2.3 centimetres|
About this item
- Supplies multimedia and Ethernet ports that have been eliminated from the latest Apple and PC laptops
- Expands USB-C port into an HDMI port, DisplayPort, VGA port, 3 USB-A ports, Gigabit Ethernet port, SD and MicroSD card readers, 3.5mm audio port, and USB-C PD port
- Pass-through charging of up to 100W (minus 15W for the dock's operation) eliminates the need to choose between port expansion and power
- Compact design with rear-facing ports reduces desktop clutter and doubles as a laptop stand
- 5 Gbps of bandwidth for quick data transfer between computer and peripherals
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Turn your USB-C® laptop into the ultimate workstation with our USB-C 11-in-1 Multiport Dock. This all-in-one solution gives you access to ports that newer laptops have eliminated in the recent years, allowing you to connect to monitors, SD cards, thumb drives, and more through its USB-C port. It supports pass-through charging up to 100W so you don’t have to choose between port expansion and power. This docking station gives you up to 5 Gbps of bandwidth between connected devices and your laptop while supporting high-definition display resolutions up to 4K through HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA video ports. Plus, with its Gigabit Ethernet port, you’ll always have a safe and secure internet connection.
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This unit is just perfect, plug and start play, very well made and stable to use.
Other dock from Belkin had some issues but this one would be the right one what you need
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The model is INC004btSGY support up to triple monitor display setup (extended or mirrored) at 1080p resolution with 60Hz refresh rate. It has been tested for functionality with the following MacBook computers:
MacBook Pro® 16-inch (2019)
MacBook Pro 15-inch (2018)
MacBook Pro 15-inch (2017)
MacBook Pro 15-inch (2016)
MacBook Air® 13-inch (2018)
My monitors are over 1080p, and my Mac is not in that list. Unhappy that details like this aren't explicitly written, especially for the cost.
Additionally, the dock only has 3 USB ports, not 4 as advertised (the single USB2.0 port, isn't a double)
Looked good otherwise - but it didn't fulfil its primary function, to extend across two displays. I believe this is due to Macs not supporting MST (i believe you 'kind of' need one USB-C port per display you wish to use - that's my recommendation from googling it(!)
I suspect this is purely a mac problem, and would work fine on a Windows machine.
So - 11 ports! That sounds like a lot! It *IS* a lot! but since one of them is micro-SD and one is DisplayPort, one is USB-C in (and there's only that one USB-C port) and one is VGA (I mean who still uses *that*?) then you can see that actually this is basically a 7-in-1 hub at best for most people. 8-in-1 if you care about the micro-SD card slot... :|
But, since it has HDMI (and for my single 32" 4K monitor it works perfectly, as I expected) and USB-A type 3 x 2 and USB-A type 2 x 1 plus an audio out and gigabit ethernet then is that really ok?
Let's start with gigabit ethernet, since that is fundamental to the reason I bought this. Let's face it - wired ethernet is still superior to wireless if you can get it. But so many USB-hubs with ethernet will (trust me, they really will) just fail to initialise when the laptop wakes up. I have drawer full of them - good names too, including Anker. All pants at waking up after a snooze (I sympathise but they do only have this one job). Belkin, OTOH, make the official Apple adapter and they really will wake up when the computer does - especially on Mac - and that matters a lot to me. Performance of the network is solid gigabit ethernet, no issues at all.
USB-A (type 2 or 3) works as you'd expect. I have a much longer 7-port USB hub plugged into one USB3 port and a backup disc plugged into the other and both are flawless. USB-2 is for the odd time I need a wireless mouse or odd random accessory. So far so good.
HDMI is as described on the product page - I am TOLD it doesn't support dual monitors on Mac with extended desktop using HDMI and DisplayPort but I can't comment because I haven't tried. A single massive 4k monitor is more than enough and works perfectly.
VGA? *shrug* never used it, likely never will.
SD card slots both work well though I think they are "upside down" - YMMV but it's a small thing to me.
Audio socket. Hmm, now you're asking. It doesn't show up as an audio output source on Mac volume control, doesn't "just work" by taking internal audio if you plug in headphones. Not really sure how it's supposed to work, actually. In the system report it shows as Unknown USB Audio Device / Unknown manufacturer and that's it. :( Looks like that needs some more work.
(Yes, the MacBook Pro does have an audio socket anyway (and that supports digital connections if you have the right sort of amp) but if you use it with analogue connections it hums significantly when plugged into my amplifier on the same mains ring (so it's not an earth loop ok). I was hoping this device would sidestep the issue and allow me to escape the lag on bluetooth but sadly that is not the case.)
So, overall, this is probably more like a 6-in-1 adapter but those 6 (or 7) ports work flawlessly and are all I really wanted anyway. If you wanted USB-C out, audio out and multi-monitor support then try it on Windows or find a different product. For now, this is staying on my desktop setup - the single cable connect is great and it does what I need it to.
My main problem is that not enough power gets through to my laptop quite often, and it shuts down. This leaves my mouse and HDMI off. My laptop tells me too that charging is slowed down. I have a latest generation DELL XPS 17 i9, with SSD drives, with a 130 watt power supply.
I expected that it would work without switching itself off often, and my laptop would not lose so much power.
I wouldnt buy this again, and it wasn't cheap.