Targus is bringing its quad 4K docking station to the display industry with the DOCK570USZ, which delivers 4K to four extended displays.
Using dual DisplayLink DL-6910 chip technology, the DOCK570USZ supports up to four DisplayPort (3840 x 2160 p60) or HDMI (3840 x 2160 p50) displays. This technology means deployment is simple – connect the dock to a host (e.g. laptop), connect the dock to the displays and extend the host screen via monitor settings. No additional software is required.
The DOCK570USZ touts universal compatibility, working with various platforms and operating systems including Mac, PCs, Android, Linux Ubuntu, Thunderbolt 3™ and other USB-C hosts. The dock also comes equipped with a USB-C to USB-A adapter to support USB-A hosts, as well as Targus’ exclusive charging solution that uses legacy charging tips to power a variety of major laptops, making this dock truly universal.
The DOCK570USZ is on display at Targus’ booth at InfoComm (Booth: 4887), and will be available for purchase later in 2019, with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $399.99.