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Targus: the world’s first USB-C Universal Quad Video HD Docking Station

A CES 2019 Innovations Awards Honoree, the USB-C Universal Quad Video HD Docking Station from Targus allows a laptop to connect to up to four monitors via HDMI video out ports.

World’s first USB-C Universal Quad Video HD Docking Station

Targus, the company behind the first universal dual-video docking station, unveiled at CES 2019 the world’s first USB-C Universal Quad Video HD Docking Station, DOCK520USZ.

If you need to connect a laptop to multiple monitors, Targus has some solutions on its line of docking stations  and accessories, some of which are on show at CES 2019. But at the Las Vegas event the company officialy unveiled its latest product, the USB-C Universal Quad Video HD Docking Station (DOCK520USZ), which was also selected as a CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree.

“We’re honored to be recognized with an Innovation Award for our new quad-display docking station,” says Andrew Corkill, Vice President of Marketing & Channel Management at Targus. “It’s the industry’s first universal docking station to support four HD extended displays – reaffirming Targus as a true innovator for individuals who want to see and do more while they work. We are thrilled to be showcasing this product achievement at CES along with other revolutionary product innovations in our pipeline.”

World’s first USB-C Universal Quad Video HD Docking Station

Docking stations for video editors

Outfitted with Dual DisplayLink DL-3950 chip technology, the dock supports four HD (1920 x 1080 p60) displays or two 2K (2560 x 1440 p50) displays. The docking station includes additional ports to connect essential USB 3.0 peripherals and to an Ethernet network. It has a compact and low-profile, consuming half the desk space of typical docks. Wide compatibility with virtually any laptop ensures easy deployment and use with Thunderbolt 3, Display Port Alt-Mode, and USB 3.0, 3.1 and Type-C devices. The docking station works with: PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, and Android Devices and Windows (10/8.1/7), Mac OS X (10.12/10.11/10.10), Android (5.0 or later), Chrome (R51 or later), Ubuntu Linux.

Targus also offers 4K-capable docking station for video editors, with a selection of 8 models starting at $107,20. Whether you’re a video editor, create high-end content, or you just want to stream movies in ultra-high definition, a 4K-capable docking station is something you could add to your desktop.


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