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Club 3D launches 4K USB 3.0 docking station
Club 3D's bread and butter are AMD based graphics cards but we remember some people at Newegg praising their Display Port dongles and how successful these things where. The company realized that there is money to be made in MTS hubs, USB 3.0 to 4K graphics adapters and similar products and it wants to expand its SenseVision with the CSV-3103D docking station.
The CSV-3103D (not a retail friendly name ed.) is a USB 3.0 to 4K docking station will let you expand your notebook, desktop or professional tablet capabilities and even user 4K monitors that could not be connected before. The CSV-3103D has a USB 3.0 Port with BC 1.2 charging, Ethernet 10/100/1000, DisplayPort (resolution up to 3840x 2160p 30 Hz), HDMI (resolution up to 3840x 2160p 30 Hz), DVI port (resolution up to 2048x 1152 p) as well as USB 3.0 port to source and power jack input. We would love to see 60 Hz support for 4K resolutions but this is a current limitation of HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2 and you need HDMI 2.0 or newly announced DisplayPort 1.3 to support such high refresh rates with 4K.
The side of the docking station includes additional two USB 3.0 ports, microphone and 2.1 audio jack. The CSV-3103D uses the latest DisplayLink DL-5000 series USB to 4K SoC and it claims that this is the most capable DisplayLink USB Graphics SoC to date.
BC 1.2 charging is supported on three USB 3.0 will let you charge your devices up to 1.5A. You need to connect the docking station to the power socket and you need one free USB 3.0 on the device you want to expand. It will work with 2.0 and 1.1 USB ports, but this is not something we would recommend as you need USB 3.0 for 4K resolutions.
The Club 3D CSV-3103D 4K USB 3.0 Docking Station will be available worldwide by the end of October 2014 at an RRP of $169 or €130 excluding tax.