Create a mobile workstation using your Ultrabook™ or laptop USB 3.0 port via this portable USB 3.0 mini dock
The USB3SMDOCKHV USB 3.0 Laptop Mini Docking Station lets you transform your Ultrabook™ or laptop into a mobile workstation, by adding HDMI® or VGA video output, a USB 3.0 hub port, and a Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 port, all through a single USB 3.0 host connection – a travel-friendly solution that can help you overcome the connection port limitations of modern mobile computers.
Now, you can avoid the nuisance of carrying multiple adapters. By consolidating four essential connection ports into one convenient device, the USB3SMDOCKHV delivers the perfect laptop accessory. The mini docking station features a lightweight, compact design that fits nicely into your travel bag and also features an integrated host connection cable that tucks neatly into the docking stations casing.
A versatile solution for connecting an additional display to your laptop, the mini dock offers HDMI video output with audio, or VGA video output, providing two popular interfaces for connecting a television, projector, or monitor as a second display, with support for resolutions up to 2048×1152 (QWXGA). Leveraging the high-bandwidth (5 Gbps) USB 3.0 interface to deliver flexible video output, a USB 3.0 hub port, and Gigabit Ethernet, you can quickly set up a multi-functional workstation while on the run, without sacrificing one of your laptop USB ports.
Setup is seamless and hassle-free; the mini docking station will automatically download the latest driver when connected to a Windows® system with an active network connection.
Backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
The StarTech.com Advantage
– Consolidates several connection ports into a single, multi-function adapter, including flexible HDMI or VGA output plus a USB 3.0 and Gigabit Ethernet port
– Portable and travel-friendly design that lets you take the adapter anywhere, with a built-in cable and no external power required
– Fast, hassle-free setup. Latest drivers are automatically downloaded in Windows® systems when an active network connection is present