Plugable UD-ULTC4K USB-C Triple 4K Monitor Docking Station With 100W Laptop Charging
Powerful Ports—13 ports and power delivery to keep your laptop running all day, this USB-C docking station with Power Delivery extends across three screens with room for all of your peripherals. All through a single 10Gbps USB-C cord back to the computer
Triple 4K—Featuring 3x DisplayPort ports, and 3x HDMI ports — standardize on one or use a mix of both to extend your desktop across three 4K monitors @ 60Hz with USB4 / Thunderbolt 4 hosts via Alt Mode and this laptop docking station — no dongles required
100W Power Delivery—Power your laptop with up to 100W (96W certified) directly through the DisplayLink docking station, so you can leave your laptop power adapter in your travel bag.
Compatibility—USB-C dock is compatible with Windows 10 or later, ChromeOS 100.x or later, and macOS 11+ systems with Thunderbolt 4, Thunderbolt 3, USB4, and USB-C. Requires installation of DisplayLink Drivers
Connection Options—Triple display docking station let’s you connect your phone or other devices with 1x USB-C (10Gbps, 20W PD), and keep expanding with 4x USB 3.0 (5Gbps), an SD card reader, Gigabit Ethernet, and audio in and out ports
Plugable's flagship DisplayLink docking station has gotten a big upgrade. The Plugable USB-C Triple 4K Display Docking Station (UD-ULTC4K) was designed from the ground up based on five years of collected user feedback to include improved charging capabilities, more flexible display options, an SD card reader, and a front-facing 10Gbps, 20W USB-C port to fast charge your phone and other devices.
This second-generation dock provides a better customer experience with 3x DisplayPort ports and 3x HDMI ports to match your monitors. And of course, whichever you choose—HDMI or DisplayPort—you’ll get resolutions up to 4K @ 60Hz on all three monitors with USB4 / Thunderbolt 4 hosts via Alt Mode. But monitor ports weren’t the only thing to get a boost. The UD-ULTC4K comes with 100W charging to better accommodate larger laptops. This docking station is a one-stop shop for all peripherals users may need, connecting all 13 ports to the laptop with a powerful 10Gbps USB-C cable.
Note: New and innovative products aren't without compatibility concerns, it is important to read the information below for details regarding display output types and system requirements.
Not all USB-C ports offer DP Alt Mode or PD charging. Having a fully compatible USB-C, USB4, Thunderbolt 3, or Thunderbolt 4 port is required for this docking station, it will not work properly when adapted to USB 3.0. The UD-ULTC4K supports Windows 11, 10, 8.x, and 7, ChromeOS 100+, and macOS 10.14+. Linux, and some older macOS versions are not supported.
4K Your Way
Compatible with Windows, ChromeOS, and Mac, the Plugable USB-C Triple 4K Display Docking Station (UD-ULTC4K) is the computer docking station built for adding monitors.
Featuring 3x DisplayPort ports, and 3x HDMI ports, now you can standardize on one or use a mix of both. And HDMI or DisplayPort will give you resolutions up to 4K @ 60Hz on all three monitors when connected to a compatible host computer with USB4 / Thunderbolt 4 hosts via Alt Mode.
Ports a Plenty
This Displaylink docking station has a front-facing USB-C port for 10Gbps data transfer and 20W charging to accommodate your phone or other devices.
Speaking of peripherals, the UD-ULTC4K also has 4x USB 3.0 ports for 5Gbps data transfer rates, an SD Card Reader, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and separate audio in and audio out ports.
Power Delivery—charging your laptop through a USB-C port—can get confusing. How much power is enough? How much is too much?
The UD-ULTC4K has you covered. With 100W charging (96W certified), you have enough power to charge just about any laptop—even under a heavy workload. And if your laptop needs less power, the dock communicates with your computer to negotiate the perfect charge level.
To strictly comply with 100W regulatory limits with margin, certification limits to charging to 96W.
1x USB-C (10Gbps, 20W PD)
1x SD Card Reader
1x Audio In (3.5mm) and 1x Audio Out (3.5mm)
2x DisplayPort 1.2 or HDMI 2.0 (DisplayLink)
1x DisplayPort 1.2 or HDMI 2.0 (Alt Mode)
4x USB 3.0 (5Gbps)
1x Gigabit Ethernet
1x 10Gbps USB-C connection to host with 100W Power Delivery
Display Compatibility and Supported Resolutions
3x 4K @ 60Hz via DisplayPort or HDMI with USB4, Thunderbolt 4 / 3, USB-C hosts that support DP 1.4 Alternate Mode
On hosts that support DP 1.2 Alternate Mode, get 1x 4K @ 30Hz via DisplayPort or HDMI and 2x 4K @ 60Hz via DisplayPort or HDMI