Strongrr USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station with Dual Video HDMI/DVI/VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0/2.0, and Audio Ports

Strongrr USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station with Dual Video HDMI/DVI/VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0/2.0, and Audio Ports

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Product Features:

The USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station with Dual Video VGA/DVI/HDMI and Gigabit Ethernet Adapter makes it easy to manage all of your peripherals and charge wireless devices. It’s sleek compact design and high performance make this portable device an excellent companion for busy user on the go.

This innovative adapter provides two USB 3.0 ports and four USB 2.0 ports for charging iPhones, iPads, other smart phones and tablets and any other compatible electronic device. You can also use the USB 3.0 ports for transferring data from digital cameras and camcorders and USB memory sticks.

The ports are suitable for connecting wired peripherals like a keyboard, a mouse, a printer or a scanner. For syncing a laptop to a desktop, there is a fast file transferring port, and the design also includes HDMI and DVI ports for an extra monitor, an LCD screen or a projector. It also makes a great universal docking station for all laptops and tablets with a Gigabit Ethernet LAN connection.

Built for performance, the USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station comes with Dual Video VGA/DVI/HDMI monitor ports for high-resolution graphics. With one of our USB to VGA/DVI/HDMI adapter you can add up to four additional monitors. Its compact size won't clutter up your work area, and you can begin to use the adapter right away, thanks to its plug and play design.

Technical Details:

  • Super Speed 5Gbps
  • Super strong certified GPU support full HD 1080P on HDMI / DVI / VGA Monitor
  • USB Fast charging function when sleeping mode on 1 USB 3.0 port
  • Great expansion unit for computers with extra connectivity demand
  • Extends connectivity to USB peripherals: 2 x USB 3.0 (with 1 smart charging function for Smartphone and Tablet max 1.5A) + 4 x USB 2.0
  • Ethernet network: 1000Mbps/100Mbps/10Mbps
  • 2 additional Video Ports: HDMI (HDCP) with Audio (5.1 Channel surround sound) + Video (Resolution: 2048 x 1152) DVI with Video (Resolution: 2048 x 1152)
  • Creative appearance complements any home or office space
  • Hot pluggable; add or remove devices without system reboot
  • Plug-and-Play
  • Resumes from hibernation and suspend modes

Compatible Devices :

  • All Laptop Computer PC: Apple | Acer |Asus | HP-Compaq |Dell | Sony | Samsung | IBM | Lenovo | Toshiba | Gateway.
  • USB 3.0 HDD | High-resolution camera | Video surveillance cameras | digital video cameras and variety of audio and other peripheral devices.
  • Support Microsoft Windows XP | Vista | 7 | 8 and MAC OS 10.2 or above

Additional Information

Weight 3.0000
Color color
Length 5
Width 1
Height 1
Support & Drivers

Known issues with DisplayLink on OS X 10.9 and 10.10 (Mavericks & Yosemite)

Symptom

This article details the known issues with DisplayLink displays with OS X 10.9 and OS X 10.10.

Problem

The following issues have been found on OS X 10.9 and 10.10 and do not currently have a resolution:

  • Corruption on the border of application windows.
  • Some applications can show corruption and/or missing contents while updating windows contents. Examples are Maps, iBooks and the Dock.
  • All screens black and unusable after unplugging a DisplayLink screen. This is caused by Apple's Window server crashing. This can be recovered by replugging the DisplayLink device.
  • On the Retina Macbook Pro, layout changes involving the built in graphics can log the user out. Again this is caused by Apple's Window server crashing.
  • The Window Server crashes logging out the user during some full screen transitions, for example Show Desktop.
  • Apple menu icon misplaced on DisplayLink screens

Solution

Version 2.4b1 and later of the DisplayLink drivers include workarounds for some OS defects and is recommended to all Mavericks and Yosemite users.

DisplayLink uses standard Apple interfaces to integrate into OS X to add additional USB graphics displays and obtain screen updates. Unfortunately there are still issues with these interfaces preventing us from providing a good user experience in all use cases on OS X 10.9 and later.

DisplayLink has raised these bugs to Apple and continues to look for further workarounds to improve the user experience.

Driver Download

Microsoft Windows Drivers...Click Here to Down Load
Mac OS Drivers...Click Here to Download

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Known issues with DisplayLink on OS X 10.9 and 10.10 (Mavericks & Yosemite)

Symptom

This article details the known issues with DisplayLink displays with OS X 10.9 and OS X 10.10.

Problem

The following issues have been found on OS X 10.9 and 10.10 and do not currently have a resolution:

  • Corruption on the border of application windows.
  • Some applications can show corruption and/or missing contents while updating windows contents. Examples are Maps, iBooks and the Dock.
  • All screens black and unusable after unplugging a DisplayLink screen. This is caused by Apple's Window server crashing. This can be recovered by replugging the DisplayLink device.
  • On the Retina Macbook Pro, layout changes involving the built in graphics can log the user out. Again this is caused by Apple's Window server crashing.
  • The Window Server crashes logging out the user during some full screen transitions, for example Show Desktop.
  • Apple menu icon misplaced on DisplayLink screens

Solution

Version 2.4b1 and later of the DisplayLink drivers include workarounds for some OS defects and is recommended to all Mavericks and Yosemite users.

DisplayLink uses standard Apple interfaces to integrate into OS X to add additional USB graphics displays and obtain screen updates. Unfortunately there are still issues with these interfaces preventing us from providing a good user experience in all use cases on OS X 10.9 and later.

DisplayLink has raised these bugs to Apple and continues to look for further workarounds to improve the user experience.

Driver Download

Microsoft Windows Drivers...Click Here to Down Load
Mac OS Drivers...Click Here to Download