Targus today launched a quad 4K docking station for the display industry. Debuting for the first time at InfoComm, the new Targus DOCK570USZ delivers 4K to four extended displays. Using dual DisplayLink DL-6910 chip technology, the DOCK570USZ supports up to four DisplayPort (3840×2160 p60) or HDMI (3840×2160 p50) displays. The DOCK570USZ touts universal compatibility, working with various platforms and operating systems including Mac, PCs, Android, Linux Ubuntu, Thunderbolt 3 and other USB-C hosts.
The dock also comes equipped with a USB-C to USB-A adapter to support USB-A hosts, as well as Targus’ exclusive charging solution that uses legacy charging tips to power a variety of major laptops, making this dock truly universal.
The DOCK570USZ is $399 and here are the details.
Check out a video of the Targus DOCK570USZ from InfoComm 2019 below: