|Item model number||GUD3C05|
|Item Weight||13.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||13.78 x 0.39 x 2.96 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||13.78 x 0.39 x 2.96 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||June 22, 2018|
IOGEAR 11-Ports USB-C Dual Video Docking Station with Power Delivery 3.0, GUD3C05
|Price:||& FREE Shipping|
|You Save:||$10.95 (7%)|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||13.78 x 0.39 x 2.96 inches|
|Number of Ports||1|
|Item Weight||0.85 Pounds|
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- Charge laptop & devices with up to100W pass-through (with a USB-C power adapter)
- Fast Role Swap provides safe operation for connected devices during power changes
- Versatile video options: HDMI (4K), Mini DisplayPort (4K) or VGA (1080p)
- Dual video outputs available via HDMI & Mini DisplayPort for up to 1080p @60Hz2
- Note: USB-C power adapter not included in the package.
- Backed by IOGEAR’s 1-year warranty and FREE lifetime technical support
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Laptop Expandability for up to 10 Devices
Dock and Charge it
Dock and charge up your laptop or tablet through the docking station via your manufacturer's USB-C AC power adapter and charge a USB device through the BC 1.2 port while you work or play with up to 100W of power delivery pass-through. The Dock passes a maximum of 85W of power to charge laptops and tablets as it utilizes 15W of power to operate when connected to laptops and tablets. This bus-powered dock is powered through the laptop's USB-C port, connecting all your devices without requiring a separate power supply.
Brilliant 4K or Dual HD Monitor Versatility
Enhance your work visually by adding a single 4K monitor or dual monitors at high definition resolutions. This IOGEAR Dock offers high-quality image resolutions and enhanced versatility for connection to a VGA (1080p), HDMI (4K) or Mini DisplayPort (4K) monitor. Dock a single VGA monitor for HD resolutions to 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz and a single HDMI or Mini DisplayPort monitor for 4K resolutions to 3840 x 2160 @ 30Hz. Add two monitors via HDMI and Mini DisplayPort for dual HD resolutions to 1920 x 1080.
Sleek, Minimalist Design
The USB-C Docking Station with Power Delivery 3.0 boasts an innovative, slim design that saves desktop space. Store your laptop directly on the Docking Station’s non-slip silicon rubber pad or next to your monitor for a neat, minimalist workstation.
Connect and expand your USB-C laptop to accommodate up to 10 must-need devices. Quickly turn your MacBook or Windows laptop or tablet into a powerhouse of productivity through a single USB-C cable. Connect a wide variety of devices such as a full-sized keyboard and mouse, an external hard drive, a printer, a microphone, headphones or speaker set, and transfer files through its built-in SD/MicroSD card reader. Enjoy the flexibility of the dock’s versatile video options including 4K resolutions through the HDMI or Mini DisplayPort connections or 1080p video through the VGA port.
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Connect and expand your USB-C laptop to accommodate up to 10 must-need devices. Quickly turn your MacBook or Windows laptop or tablet into a powerhouse of productivity through a single USB-C cable. Connect a wide variety of devices such as a full-sized keyboard and mouse, an external hard drive, a printer, a microphone, Headphones or speaker set, and transfer files through its built-in SD/microSD card reader. Enjoy the flexibility of the dock's versatile video options including 4K resolutions through the HDMI or Mini DisplayPort connections or 1080P video through the VGA port. dock and charge up your laptop or tablet through the docking station via your manufacturer's USB-C AC power adapter and charge a USB device through the BC 1. 2 port while you work or play with up to 100W of power delivery pass-through. The dock passes a maximum of 85W of power to charge laptops and tablets as it utilizes 15W of power to operate when connected to laptops and tablets. This bus-powered dock is powered through the laptop's USB-C port, connecting all your devices without requiring a separate power supply. with Fast role swap, an advanced feature in the USB power Delivery 3. 0 specification, The dock will maintain power levels anytime It detects a drop below a set threshold such as while unplugging the laptop or tablet's USB-C power adapter from the dock or during an unexpected loss of building power. This feature provides for a safer operation of connected devices while ensuring your work does not get interrupted during power changes. the USB-C docking station with Power delivery 3. 0 boasts an innovative, slim design that saves desktop space. Store your laptop directly on the docking station's non-slip silicon rubber pad or next to your monitor for a neat, minimalist workstation.
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I haven't had the chance to use all the I/O ports that this offers yet, but what I have used seem to work fine with one exception. If you write protect your SD Card, this docking station ignores it. The write protect slider on SD cards only trips a flag, and it is up to the device to honor that write protect "suggestion" or ignore it. This docking station ignores it.
Normally this wouldn't necessarily be a problem, but on some of the older CPAP machines it is. When you plug in your SD card, Mac OS X writes a few hidden folders and numerous files to the card. I can freely write to, and delete from a "write protected" card as well. On certain CPAP machines, these hidden files tend to wreak havoc or render useless further use of that modified card in the user's CPAP machine. This is a problem with the Resmed S8 CPAP machine and perhaps the Resmed S9. It doesn't seem to be a problem withe the Resmed Airsense 10 or Resmed AirCurve 10 models.
My personal dislike is that it is rather large and bulky. If I could do a do-over, I would opt for several smaller, interface-specific devices instead of one big all-in-one unit. I have four ports on my MBP, but if you have very few ports, and don't care about write protecting your SD cards, this might serve your needs quite well.
There is no indication on the device or in the documentation/packing what the mac address is for the ethernet port. My Macbook won't recognize the ethernet port so I can't use my computer to ascertain that. No mac address, no access to my work network.
Thunderbolt: it is clear in the product description that this won't support multiple monitors unless the device itself is open--which defeats the purpose of using Thunderbolt. But I can't get it to recognize the daisy chained second monitor at all.
One of the reasons I persist with being a Mac user is ease of use and ease of deploying new hardware. On both counts this isn't great. But since it does replicate my HDMI/USB-B/USB-C dongle, I gave it two stars.
This dock, though, works fine and their Email support was responsive and worked with me to reproduce the issue on their end.
Only problem I've had is that the DP connector seems a little loose, and moving the connected cable will cause the monitor to have to resync.
I will have to return and find another.
I have not returned this yet as I want to do more testing. Connecting it to a Surface Laptop with USB-C shows all ports to function correctly. It appears to be something with connecting to a MB Pro. Connected it to the MB Pro again, tried a Western Digital USB drive and it works fine. No Seagate external USB drives will work through it.
Maybe it's a power thing??
Otherwise, it is nice to have everything in one package. Only other annoyance is the shortness of the connector cable which is part of the device. I got an extension to help with this but seems not to work for video if you plan to use monitors. It'd be nice if the cable was disconnectable for replacements and longer cords. You'll be hard pressed to find another adapter with this many options at this price point.
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The cable is astoundingly short, I had to buy an extension to get the dock away from the side of my laptop so I could use a mouse. The port layout is terrible because if you need to have something plugged into each side of the dock, the footprint becomes greater than that of your laptop.
Keep in mind that this is NOT Thunderbolt 3... ...it is USB 3.1. It will work in a Thunderbolt 3 port USB-C port, but the station operates at a max of 10 Gbps.