Ugreen expanded its product range Thursday with the launch of its new 13-in-1 USB-C Docking Station, designed for M1 MacBooks and other laptop computers.
Taking advantage of the dock’s whopping baker’s dozen of ports, you can use it to connect a wide range of external devices to your laptop.
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Ugreen 13-in-1 USB-C Docking Station
The new Ugreen 13-in-1 Docking Station expands a MacBook’s capability through connectivity, providing many more ports than the laptop has.
The docking station lets users access 8K video output, connect to three external displays, transfer data at “SuperSpeed,” charge devices, connect multiple gadgets via USB-C, and access ethernet and audio connections, Ugreen said.
You can use the dock to download content from an array other devices, like cameras and external drives. The dock features one USB A 3.2 Gen 2 port, one USB-C 3.2 port with Flash Transmission speed (up to 10Gbps) and two USB 3.0 ports.
The PD 3.0 port offers up to 100W to pass-through charge laptops while in use, so your MacBook will always be charged up on the dock.
The HDMI2 port supports up to 4K@60Hz in macOS and up to 8K@30Hz in Windows. All three HDMI ports can simultaneously support streaming or mirroring across three external displays.
Docking station features:
- 2x HDMI port
- 1x DisplayPort
- 1x PD 3.0 100w
- 1x USB-A 3.2
- 1x USB-C 3.2
- 2X USB 3.0
- 1x Ethernet port
- 1x SD/Micro SD card slots
- 3.5 mm Aux port
Pricing and availability
The Ugreen Nexode USB-C Docking Station is available for $329.99 on Amazon or on Ugreen’s website. You can select a discount coupon for $30 off on Amazon (also note that the Amazon page appears mislabeled, indicating “12-in-1” even though it is for this “13-in-1” dock).
Where to buy: Amazon