|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
Lenovo ThinkPad USB-C UltraDock with 90W 2 Prong AC Adapter (40A90090US, USA Retail Packaged)
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|Total USB ports||2|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||17.1 x 8 x 3.3 centimetres|
About this item
- 3x USB 3.0 ports, 2x USB 2.0 ports.
- 1x USB Type-C port, 2x Display Port, 1x Ethernet RJ45 port, 3.5mm Headset jack.
- Includes 90w AC power supply (Supports up to 60W Power Delivery).
- Supports up to Two Displays (Single UHD display at 30Hz or dual FHD displays).
- Compatible with USB-C laptops, please check your system ports and description below (some models include T470, T470s, T570, P51s, X1 Yoga 2nd Gen, Yoga 370, X1 Carbon 5th Gen, X270).
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The ThinkPad USB-C Dock is a new universal docking solution ensuring a productive workstation. Experience all your productivity needs including video, data, and wired network all while delivering continuous power to your laptop via a robust USB Type-C port. Simply connect your laptop or tablet with the dock and boost your productivity in no time. Single UHD display 30Hz or dual FHD displays allows you to enjoy a vivid video experience. Compatible Thinkpad models: 11e Chromebook 20J0, 13 20GJ, 13 20GK, 13 20J1, T470 20HD, T470 20HE, T470 20JM, X1 Carbon 20HR, X1 Tablet 20GG, X1 Tablet 20GH. Not compatible with the Flex series, which do not support video through USB-C.
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It came with a medium length USB C cable for connecting to the computer. I purchased this dock because it's one of the few where this cable is detachable, and I want to use my computer a distance away from the dock (I work from a lounge chair with the computer in my lap). A random Anker 6' cable enabled charging but not display out, but a shorter Anker USB-C to USB-C Thunderbolt 3.0 Fast Charging and Data Transfer Cable does both. So at least if the included cable, which is barely long enough, dies (with all the wear and tear), it can be replaced with a longer one, of the correct type.
This was for a Lenovo L380 Yoga running Ubuntu 18.04. It also worked for a Lenovo 720 running Windows, in the right port (it "Blue screened" in the wrong port).
The lack of any proper manual is also quite disappointing, it's not clear what some of the ports can be used for (eg can the front USB C port be used for another monitor?) Probably the engineers didn't want to promise anything, since USB is so murky now.
After trying out another 3rd party usb-c docking station that wouldn't display across my two monitors, I was a bit worried this one wouldn't work either. My worries were not warranted however--this works as a plug and play device with my Yoga.
Would recommend to anyone looking to set up dual external monitors to their Lenovo ultrabook.
Seemless plug and play device and monitors are recommended to use the display port plugs.
P.s also supports android phones with an USB-C port so you can project your phone screen onto your monitor and navigate using your keyboard and mouse.
With two monitors connected via DP, this docking station can only go up to 1920x1080, 60Hz.
You CAN NOT use any higher resolution. (tested with X1, 5th and 6th gen)