|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
DELL WD15 USB-C Docking Station, USB(5), HDMI(1),
|Hardware interface||USB 2.0|
|Total USB ports||2|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||10.9 x 15.5 x 2 centimetres|
About this item
- 3x SuperSpeed USB 3.0; 2x USB 2.0.
- Display / Video: 1x HDMI; 1x VGA; 1x Mini DisplayPort.
- 1x RJ-45 Ethernet port; 1x Headphone/Mic 3.5mm port; 1x audio out 3.5 mm port.
- 180W AC Power Adapter with 7.4mm barrel.
- Display Port over USB Type-C Cable, See compatible systems in the description.
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The Dell Dock provides a common docking experience for both Dell and non-Dell platforms via Display Port over USB Type-C, ensuring a reliable connection and crisp display. Featuring a powerful DisplayPort over USB Type-C cable, with the Dell Dock you can quickly connect your laptop or tablet to a single data and power source up to 130W for Dell devices, and 60W for non-Dell devices. You’ll also enjoy an easy, reliable connection from your laptop or tablet to dual FHD displays or a single 4k display at 30Hz, and all your essential peripherals. The Dell Dock is compatible with select Dell laptops, workstations, tablets and many compatible non-Dell devices with USB-Type C port(s) having data, video, and power capabilities. Easily connect to displays, a mouse, keyboard and audio devices through the Dell Dock from your compatible system of choice. It is compatible with the following models: The Precision series: 15” (3510), 15” (3520), 15” (5510), 15” (5520), 15” (7510), 17” (7710); The XPS series: 12” (9250), 13” (9350), 13” (9360), 13“ (9365), 15” (9550), 15” (9560); The Latitude series: 15” (E5570), 12” (5280), 12” (5285), 12” (5289), 14” (5480), 15” (5580), 12” (7275), 12” (7280), 13” (7380), 14” (7480); As well as the Venue 10 Pro (5056). What’s in the box: 1x Dell Dock; 1x DisplayPort over USB Type-C Cable; 1x 180W AC adapter with 7.4 mm barrel; 1x Quick Setup Guide.
From the manufacturer
Dell Dock with 180W Adapter (4W2HW)
Single Cable Connectivity
Featuring a powerful DisplayPort over USB Type-CTM cable, with the Dell Dock you can quickly connect your laptop or tablet to a single data and power source up to 130W for Dell Products. You’ll also enjoy an easy, reliable connection from your laptop or tablet to dual FHD displays or a single 4k display @ 30Hz, and all your essential peripherals.
Small Footprint and Big Flexibility: The Dell Dock is small in size-just 6.1 x 4.3 x .83 inches (15.49 x 10.92 x 2.11 cm)-and has one single cable. Place it anywhere you want to work-in your traditional office workspace, a hot desk or a conference room-even if space is limited.
Connect for collaboration
Grab your laptop and head to the next meeting where you, and your co-workers, will be able to quickly connect to the Dell Dock and share your latest PowerPoint presentation through a connected display screen or projector.
One dock for all: The Dell Dock is compatible with select Dell laptops, workstations, tablets and many compatible non-Dell devices with USB-Type CTM port(s) having data, video, and power capabilities. Easily connect to displays, a mouse, keyboard and audio devices through the Dell Dock from your compatible system of choice.
Enhanced video performance
USB Type-C connectivity is the latest and extremely reliable technology for video performance. Your display will be crisp and clear.
Features: The Dell Dock provides a common docking experience for both Dell and non-Dell platforms via Display Port over USB Type-CTM , ensuring a reliable connection and crisp display. The dock connects with a single cable, freeing up space on your desk and in your workspace with the added ability to mount behind a monitor or on your desk. Great for presentations, the small and compact Dell Dock enables fast, efficient connectivity to multiple displays and all your everyday peripherals through one convenient cable.
|Product Type||USB docking station|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||6.1 in x 4.3 in x 0.83 in|
|Networking||Power adapter - No External 180 Watt|
|Interfaces||2 x USB 2.0 - 4 pin USB Type A 3 x SuperSpeed USB 3.0 - 9 pin USB Type A 1 x display / video - HDMI - 19 pin HDMI Type A 1 x display / video - mini DisplayPort 1 x network - Ethernet 1000 - RJ- 45 1 x headset / headphones / microphone - output - mini-phone 3.5 mm 1 x audio - output - mini-phone 3.5 mm 1 x video - VGA - 15 pin D-Sub (DB-15)|
|Power Provided||Up to 180W to Dell notebook, tablet, or workstation|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows7, Microsoft Windows8; 8.1, 10, Ubuntu 14.04 SP1 (PRTS), RedHat Enterprise Linux v7.2(PRTS)|
Dell Dock with 180W Adapter (4W2HW)
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The dock hooks into my laptop, is also connected to 2 other monitors, and has an ethernet connection running to it.
Every now and again (maybe once every few days), different connections will drop off.. I won't even have to move the laptop. All I have to do is unplug and re-plug the power supply. It's nothing major, its just a minor inconvenience. Sometimes i wont even know that the power supply has stopped working until my laptop tells me it has 10% battery left.
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Tried new unit and all works as expected. Plug and play. I did download the displaylink drivers ahead of using docking station for first time. My setup is such that I have 2 HDMI monitors and I can extend to both of these from my laptop display.
Cannot understand what happened with this docking station. First time I used it seemed to work perfectly with my 2 HDMI monitors plus laptop screen. Next time I tried it it would not extend to the dual HDMI monitors. Have returned and re-ordered hoping it was a bad unit.
Also love the power button.
I've noticed when I connect a bluteooth device while watching a video, that there is about a minute of hiccups from the whole setup. Goes back to normal after though.
Only thing I would change is the ability to choose which side to take the USB C connection from. Forced from the left side but I keep my laptop to the right. A little awkward for cable management.
The dock is well built, feels sturdy with a rubberized base for anti skid. Also has an option to mount it with a mounting kit. The usb c cable is tethered to the dock so can't be separated. The power supply is 180 watts. U get a mini DP to display port cable along with this dock.
The dock is plug and play. Does not need any drivers specifically. Has ample ports for USB and display. Doesn't heat up and has a small footprint. I am using this with my Dell Inspiron 5482 and though was skeptic whether it would work as there is no documentation to support but it works flawlessly. It even charges the laptop while docked. Only flaw I feel is that it doesn't have a usb c port on the dock to connect any usb c peripherals. Rest assured a perfect companion for WFH and laptop desk setups.
Will post pics once I confirm my desk setup.