Selected monitors provide docking capability. Peripherals including keyboard, mouse and sometimes LAN are connected to the monitor. All are connected to the user’s laptop or tablet with a single cable.
USB-C Docking monitors
Can typically charge the user’s laptop and connect the monitor and peripherals via a single USB-C cable. If needed for a dual monitor setup, we check the monitor supports daisy-chaining so both monitors can be connected via the same USB-C cable.
Thunderbolt 3 Docking monitors
These monitors generally provide similar capability to the USB-C monitors with the benefit of greater bandwidth to eliminate lag or distortion for users working with video and high resolution (2K, QHD and 4K) monitors.
USB-A or USB 3.0 Docking monitors
For older laptops without USB-C ports. Allows you to connect the monitor and peripherals using a single USB 3.0 cable. Unlike USB-C docks, a separate charging cable needs to be used to power your laptop. If a second monitor is used, it will typically need to be plugged directly into the laptop.
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