13-in-1 USB Type C Docking Station

12 Month Warranty
Sale price$119.00

Hnvey 13-in-1 computer docking station is a multitasking hub featuring 2 HDMI ports supporting 4K output, 1 USB-C ports where 1 is full-featured and the other to connect your laptop, 4 USB3.0 ports, a RJ45 internet port (1000Mbps), a 3.5mm Jack audio port for headphone or speaker, SD/TF card readers, and a 12V DC port to power the product.

● 13-in-1 Docking Station
● Made for multitasking up to 3 monitors
● Fast Transmission & Stable Network
● Smart and Safe
● Broad Compatibility

Triple Display USB C Docking Station

HNVEY 13-in-1 4K USB-C 3 Display Docking Station

A one-stop solution to cast several contents from your laptop to different displays and import files or connect mainstream peripherals from smartphone, tablet, digital camera, game console, flash drive, hard drive, and common USB-C devices.

Interface Description

PD USB-C Ports: Supports up to 100W fast charging; requires a 60 to 100W PD charger to power or recharge your laptop through this docking station.
To Host Port: Dedicated to connect your laptop and this docking station with the included USB-C to C cable
2 HDMI ports: Each port individually supports up to 4K@30Hz on a qualified screen display, and 1080P@60Hz when casting or mirroring on 2/3 displays, ignoring the top resolution they support.
4*USB 3.0 ports: Support USB3.0 Gen1 devices, and with data transfer speed up to 5Gbps.
1* USB-C ports: Support all USB-C compatible devices, and with data transfer speed up to 5Gbps.
SD/TF Card Reader: Supports SD/TF cards up to 2TB (reading two cards at once is not supported)
3.5 mm Audio Port: For wired headphones and microphones.
DC 12V Adapter: The 36W DC power adapter is exclusively designed to power the docking station in order to ensure all ports works properly. DO NOT use it to power any other devices.
RJ45 LAN port: For stable and fast network connection, backward compatible with 10M/ 100M/ 1000Mbps. Internet connection automatically adjusts to the optimal level on Windows system. On MacOS, go to System Preference → Network, click on the “+” icon to create a new service, select USB 10/100/1000 LAN → Create → Apply, then your MacBook is granted the access to wired network connection.