Kensington has expanded its portfolio of high-performance docking solutions with the launch of the US$399 SD5780T Thunderbolt 4 Dual 4K Docking Station with 96W Power Delivery and more.

The SD5780T 

The SD5780T (pictured) enables users of the latest MacBooks, Surface devices and other Thunderbolt 4-enabled laptops, to transform the device into a complete, high-performance desktop workstation using a single Thunderbolt 4 port.

The plug-and-play, multi-Gigabit SD5780T supports one 8K monitor or up to two 4K monitors, and allows the user to connect a mouse, keyboard and other USB devices at ultra-fast data transfer speeds up to 40Gbps, to provide a future-proof desktop workstation. The SD5780T provides fixed 96W of power to charge the laptop and attached USB-C or USB4 accessories, and the 2.5Gbps Ethernet port helps eliminate bottlenecks between the laptop and the local network. 

The SD5780T is universally compatible with Thunderbolt 4, Thunderbolt 3, USB4, and USB-C devices running Windows (10 or later) or macOS (11 or later), and includes a one meter Thunderbolt 4 passive cable for ease of mounting and placement.

New mini dock

The new $109.99 UH1440P USB-C 5Gbps Dual Video Driverless Mobile Dock is designed as a connectivity solution for professionals that need to connect to multiple monitors in varying locations, with different video connectivity ports. The compact, mobile dock, which allows users to connect up to two DP/HDMI and/or DP/VGA monitors at 1080p @ 60Hz, features a 10-in-1 design that includes three USB-A ports, a 3.5mm audio jack, Micro and SD card slots, and one Gigabit Ethernet port. The UH1440P supports up to 85W power pass-through, enabling the laptop’s USB-C power supply to charge the laptop while powering the dock.

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