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#270626 19-May-2020 07:56
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Getting a new HP G6 laptop from work, but I require a docking station with it - catch is, I run dual screen, 1x 4k  1x 1080. We did order some docks that looking at the PBTech blurb, would work, but now I have one in my hand and read the instructions, no, it wont work (has dual HDMI, but only for 2x 1080 OR 1x 4k).

 

Can anyone recommend a dock that will do 1x 4k and 1x 1080 ? Laptop has USB C on it (full spec).

 

 





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  #2486050 19-May-2020 08:22
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You'll need a thunderbolt dock to output more than a single 4K or 2x1080. Most of the USB-C docks don't have the bandwidth to output more.


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  #2486059 19-May-2020 08:33
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As above, I'm using one of these with a 840 G6. I'm only outputting 2 monitors at 2560x1440, but it does support multiple 4K outputs, so should suit your needs.


 
 
 
 


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  #2486074 19-May-2020 08:54
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here is a link to all the docking stations

 

https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/getpdf.aspx/c04168358

 

 

 

In the description of each one it tells you thert quantity of monitors,which ports, and max res that each can handle

 

 

 

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