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C2G Introduces 10-in-1 Triple Display Docking Station

Supports up to three displays, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, Ethernet, USB, an SD Card, and 3.5mm audio.

C2G has expanded its trusted family of docking stations with its new USB-C 10-in-1 Triple Display Docking Station (C2G54542). Compatible with USB-C-enabled laptops or tablets, it supports up to three displays and many devices with its multitude of ports, including a 4K HDMI, 4K DisplayPort, VGA, Ethernet, a USB-C for power delivery, two USB-A 3.0, one USB-A 2.0, and a 3.5mm audio — as well as an SD card reader and power delivery up to 100W at 4K 30 Hz. It delivers a new level of efficiency and convenience for any office or WFH space.

C2G USB-C 10-in-1 Triple Display Docking Station (C2G54542)

For triple display connectivity, the C2G USB-C 10-in-1 Triple Display Docking Station supports resolutions up to 720p (1280×720) at 60 Hz to elevate the multitasking experience. Dual display resolutions increase resolutions to 1080p when connecting to any combination of the display ports. In a single-display setup, resolutions go up to 4K (3840×2160) at 30 Hz when connecting to the DisplayPort or HDMI port.

The unit’s USB-A ports support data transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps and allow users to connect their favorite peripherals and accessories effortlessly. The USB-C port supports power delivery up to 100 watts to ensure a laptop stays fully charged and is ready for on-the-go. The integrated Ethernet port allows reliable internet connectivity with fast network access up to 1G. Finally, with the onboard SD card reader, accessing and sharing files is a breeze, making it an ideal solution for professional photographers and videographers.

Want to learn more about USB, USB4, Thunderbolt 4, and USB Type-C? The C2G whitepaper, “A Comprehensive Guide to USB4 & Type-C for AV Pros,” delivers in-depth insight into the USB and power specifications of docking stations needed to support the modern desktop.

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