October 2, 2023

This might turn out to be useful.

Following its introduction at CES in January, Anker on Monday revealed its 12-in-1 USB-C Docking Station Monitor Stand. The unit is centered round a USB-C interface, ditching Thunderbolt in favor of a extra modest 10Gb/s information hyperlink between the hub and the host machine.

Out there ports embody twin USB-C ports which 45W energy passthrough alongisde a USB-A slot with 7.5W output and a Kind-A port with solely 4.5W of energy draw – there’s additionally a pair of SD card readers, which spherical out the lineup with a 3.5mm audio jack.

Housed beneath the shelf are 5 further ports, with the wall AC adapter plug being joined by the 4K 60Hz HDMI output, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and USB-A 3.1 Gen 2 slot. Lastly, the USB-C connection to its host Mac can provide 100W of energy to your system.

The Anker 675 USB-C Docking Station Monitor Stand is up for grabs on the corporate’s official Amazon storefront at a $249.99 retail value.

Keep tuned for added particulars as they develop into accessible.

By way of 9to5Toys, Anker, and Amazon

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