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Lenovo ThinkPad One Link Pro Dock (4X10E52935)

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  • Unlike USB docks the One link Pro Dock delivers video with no compression, no drivers and no impact on image quality and notebook performance
  • One Link delivers data, driver-free dual video, and power through a single convenient connector
  • Front Panel: 2x USB 3.0 (One with Always-On Mobile Device Charging) - Ideal for use with memory keys, hard drives and other quick access devices. Stereo / Mic Combo Audio Port
  • Rear Panel: 2x USB 2.0 - Ideal for most USB devices. 2x USB 3.0. Display Port with maximum resolution 2560x1600. DVI-I with maximum 1920x1200 resolution and DVI to VGA adapter included in the box. Gigabit Ethernet (10/1000).
  • compatibility: ThinkPad E455, E450, E550, E550c, E555, E540, E440, E455, E531, E431. ThinkPad S440, S431, S540, S531. ThinkPad Yoga, Yoga 12, Yoga 14 (Type 20DM, 20DN), Yoga 15. ThinkPad X1 Carbon
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Product Description

The ThinkPad One Link Pro Dock, powered by Lenovo€™s revolutionary One Link technology transforms your new ThinkPad into full featured machine in the office or at home. Not only does the convenient One Link connector deliver super-fast data transfers with USB 3.0, crystal-clear HD audio and driver free pass through dual video, it also charges your notebook, phones, and tablets while you work or play!

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Brand Name Lenovo
Item model number 4X10E52935
Item Weight 10.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 3.6 x 1.5 x 5.3 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 3.59 x 1.5 x 5.32 inches
Color Black
Audio-out Ports (#) 1

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ASIN B00H4PID8A
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4.2 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #534 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#19 in Computers & Accessories > Laptop Accessories > Docking Stations
Shipping Weight 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available December 6, 2013

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As other reviewers mentioned this product is not perfect. I have used Lenovo laptops at work for several years but always had a docking station. It took me some time to get used to the idea of connecting a dock via a plug instead of pushing it onto a station. But I have to say - after a few days I thought it was a lot easier! I have come to prefer the dock over all the docking stations that I install(ed) for other employees in our company.

Here are my impressions after about 4 weeks of use:
Pros:
- small footprint
- light
- stylish design
- connection cable lets me place the laptop freely on my desk
- got all the connections that I need (2 monitors, ethernet, plenty of USB connectivity)
- cheaper than a comparable docking station
- I can run three screens at a time using DVI, VGA and my laptop

Cons:
- sometimes the monitors flicker and the secondary monitor takes about 20 seconds to stabilize (identical monitors on DVI and VGA)
- occasionally Windows 8 gets confused with the zoom of my two monitors but that's a Windows 8 problem I think
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Thinkpad Yoga docked with a OneLink Pro dock.

When connected through either the DisplayPort or the DVI-I port, my display goes in/out of power save mode.

Problem surfaced during initial set up, but then didn't re-occur for a couple of weeks.

Then, a couple of weeks ago it re-occurred (sometimes it will stay on for an hour or two, but most of the time it's stuck in and endless-loop of (1) off for 5 seconds, (2) back on for a few seconds, (3) repeat

When it goes really crazy (constant on/off) my system will hang and require a cold reboot.

UPDATE: (June 5,2014)

Received a replacement dock from IBM. Initially, it appeared to have resolved the problem. However, after about a week (today) I noticed the exact OPPOSITE problem, when in Power Save mode, the monitor repeatedly enters power save mode (the "Entering Power Save" mode window pops up repeatedly.

I have never had such issues w/ any of our previous Thinkpad docking solutions, nor with the new company issued Dell laptop/dock.

I am not certain if the issue is with the dock, or with our new Thinkpad Yoga S1 (it's also had an intermittent issue)

Update: (June 13, 2014) Dock Issue; not resolved
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I'm running the 1.06 BIOS and I installed the latest OneDock Pro driver from Lenovo's website and it's working great for me. I haven't had any problems with Ethernet connectivity and it drives my 30" 2560x1600 monitor over DisplayPort just fine. It's really nice to be able to plug in one connector and have a full-fledged desktop setup.
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This docking station has allowed for a small laptop to only have one cable connect to it to activate a whole slew of USB ports, an external monitor and wired network access and charging. Just connect the cable, close the lid and slid it out of the way and you have a full hookup as if you were working from a desktop PC. This is connecting to the Lenovo ThinkPad S1 Yoga.
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This dock works very well. I have used it with my Thinkpad Yoga & a Carbon X1 (3rd generation). Both of them work fine for basic usage. The only flaw that I have is with the DisplayPort/DVI ports. I use two external monitors, one of them being 4k. Even though the on-board Mini-DP port can handle 4k @ 60hz, the DisplayPort on this dock can only do 30hz, which for my use is worthless (too laggy). Also, when using the DisplayPort, it cannot run the DVI as well. For my Carbon X1, I have to plug my 4k monitor directly into the laptop, which disables the DVI on the OneLink, so I have to use an external USB 3.0 Graphic's card for my second DVI monitor (1080p), which adds some system overhead. I am not sure why Lenovo wouldn't make this capable of doing what the laptop is capable of. Besides that though, I am very happy.
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I've been using this with a Thinkpad Yoga and haven't had any major issues.

If I leave my speakers plugged into the front port and remove the laptop the speakers have a buzzing noise. I just switched over to a USB DAC and don't have that issue anymore.

The gigabit ethernet port isn't as fast as what you would get from an integrated port. It's USB3 based, so it's performance is on par with those style of adapters.

I wish it had more USB ports on it. I still end up using a USB Hub. The 2 USB3 on the front is a nice touch though.

Other than minor quibbles it works great, and I haven't had any real issues with it. It works as expected when I plug/unplug.
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Display turns off and on occasionally. Installed latest firmware and dock driver from Lenovo site, still same issue, though frequency reduced a bit.

I have same exact model at work and got this for home use when I work from home. Connected (Lenovo X1 carbon) to two monitors with display port and DVI - same configuration at work and home except different makes and models of monitors.
Tested this unit at work too and same off / on issue noticed. And there is no issue at all with the docking station provided at work, which has been tested at home also connecting to home monitors.
Per BecTech Global customer service (seller), some batches might have defect and asked me to return. Going back to the seller who assured refund irrespective of 30 days return policy, if the item is defective.
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