LMP USB-C Display Dock
4K 10-port USB-C Display Dock
- All video ports in a versatile and unique USB-C dock
- 4K@60 Hz via HDMI
- Dual 4K monitor support
- Gigabit Ethernet connection
- USB 3.0 with 1.5 A power output
- USB-C port for power and data transfer
- Dual USB-C connection for full functionality
- Thunderbolt 3 compatible
When it comes to video ports, the LMP Display Dock has them all, making it the most comprehensive USB-C video dock in the market: HDMI (4K@60 Hz), Mini-DisplayPort (4K@30 Hz), DisplayPort (4K@30 Hz), DVI (1080p@60 Hz) and VGA (1080p@60 Hz). Wherever you go, whatever video port you may need - the Display Dock covers them all in a single USB-C dock.
Thanks to its dual USB-C connection design, the Display Dock lets you extend your video content to two external displays (dual 4K monitor support), each at its maximum resolution and refresh rate. So you can have as many as three different pictures running independently at the same time (extend mode) and all with up to 4K resolutions.
It is the only USB-C dock that supports 4K@60 Hz video output via HDMI and it comes at less than half the price of a Thunderbolt dock. Ideal for the professional user, the passionate movie watcher or the avid gamer alike - take advantage of 4K video with high-frequency 60 Hz refresh rate.
Besides the 5 video ports, the LMP USB-C Display Dock connects to the outside world via Gigabit Ethernet and its two USB 3.0 ports of which one can charge a smartphone or tablet with up to 1.5 A. The USB-C port allows pass-through power (Power Delivery) with up to 55 W or can be used alternatively for data transfer (5 Gbps). The audio out port (3.5 mm jack) allows to connect a speaker or headphone. For full functionality, both USB-C host connecting cables must be plugged in to the host. Compatible with all Macs with two free Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports.
Note: Dual monitor support can be achieved in these combinations only: HDMI (4K@60 Hz) + Mini-DP or DP (4K@30 Hz); HDMI (4K@60 Hz) + VGA (1080p@60 Hz); Mini-DP or DP (4K@30 Hz) + DVI (1080p@30 Hz); VGA (1080p@30 Hz) + DVI (1080p@60 Hz). It is NOT possible to use the combination HDMI + DVI!
|Connection type||2x USB-C 3.1 Can be used with a single USB-C connection but only with severely limited features! Not suited for 12“ MacBook or laptop with only one free USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 port!|
|Video ports||1 x HDMI (up to 4K@60 Hz)1x DisplayPort (up to 4K@30 Hz)1x DVI (up to 1080p@60 Hz)1x Mini-DisplayPort (up to 4k@30 Hz)1x VGA (up to 1080p@60 Hz)|
|Data ports||1x USB-C 3.1 (up to 5 Gbps)1x USB-C 3.1 PD (up to 5 Gbps, up to 55 W)2x USB-A 3.0 (up to 5 Gbps)|
|Audio ports||1x Audio Out (3.5 mm)|
|Network ports||1x Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps)|
FAQ Categories: Connection, Video
No, Apple M1 devices support only one additional monitor! (Does not apply for M1 Pro, Max and Ultra).
To connect additional monitors to an Apple M1 device use the LMP USB-C Dual Adapter.
FAQ Categories: Video
For dual 4K monitor support, you may choose HDMI 1 + one of the other video ports (HDMI 2, DisplayPort, Mini-DisplayPort, VGA, DVI). A combination without HDMI 1 (e.g. DisplayPort + Mini-DisplayPort) does not work as Extended Mode. 4K@60 Hz can be displayed if the host's graphics card is capable of DisplayPort 1.4/HBR 3 (all Mac from 2018 onwards). For older Mac, 4K@30 Hz can be displayed.
FAQ Categories: Video
While advertised as being capable of displaying at UHD (4K) with a maximum refresh rate of 60 Hz, some monitors can do this only via their (Mini-)DisplayPort while their HDMI port can do 4K@30 Hz only. Check the specs of the monitor carefully to find out if your monitor really can do the 60 Hz via HDMI.
FAQ Categories: Compatibility
No. The Display Dock has two USB-C connecting cables to the host. Only by plugging in both connecting cables to the host, the full functionality of the all ports can be used. As the MacBook 12" has only a single USB-C port, it makes full use of the Display Dock impossible.
FAQ Categories: Video
In order to use the Mini-DP port as an HDMI output and connect 2x HDMI monitors or TVs, you must use an active Mini-DP to HDMI adapter or cable (must be "active"!).
An example of an active adapter is P/N 11892, LMP Mini-DisplayPort to HDMI adapter.