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Buyer's experience:
      1: I really, really wanted to like this docking station. I've been a plugable customer for years with their usb 3.0 docking station which worked great despit it's limited speed. I used three monitors (two plugged into the dock and one directly to the laptop). Got me through working from home during the pandemic. My job recently upgraded my laptop to one of the latest HP laptops (which works perfectly), and I figured it was time to look at a new docking station. The HP docking station I have at the office worked great, and I looked at this one to get the benefits of only having to plug one USB C cable into the laptop, so all I had to do was grab the laptop and go back and forth between home and the office.The good:When it works, it works. There was no lagging, my wireless USB mouse and keyboard, webcam, and other stuff worked great. Super fast and charged well. The fact that this thing comes with the ability to use any combination of up to 3 monitors connected via displayport and/or HDMI is really the huge benefit of this thing, and also why I bought it.The bad:The dock would disconnect frequently. I read in a few reviews that this happened to some people and they also had a troubleshooting page about it on their website. I didn't think much of it and figured they probably had it worked out by now, and sure as can be it happened the first day I was using it. It only happened once every few hours at first, and then started happening every 5 minutes which was super frustrating because every time it did, the three screens (connected with displayport cables) would go black, and then come back on with everything on one screen. Then I'd have to sit there and move everything back to how I had it so I could keep working. This was an issue because every time it happened while I was screen sharing on microsoft teams calls with colleagues and clients, they went from seeing the one screen I was sharing to whatever came out on top after the dock reconnected. And that is not good especially with clients, because then they can get a glimpse at sensitive data. I'm sure it is a driver issue, because my HP dock does not do this ever. And as much as I wanted to troubleshoot it, my job's IT department has our laptops so locked down you're lucky to even open the control panel. Since this was for work, I did not have time to be dealing with that and decided to return it after about two weeks of trying to make it work. Instead I bought a docking station from HP (HP Thunderbolt Dock 120W G4) and that has been working flawlessly after several weeks. So I know it's not an issue with my Thunderbolt ports like they claim on the plugable website. And it was only $20 more than this.So, I'm sad to say, I don't think I will be buying plugable products any longer, at least not until they can solve the disconnecting issue.
      2: For the last several years I have worked with another product that had to be plugged in multiple times to get the 3 screens to work correctly and line up like they were supposed to. And I had to have two adapters, one for the screens and one for everything else. This unit rocks! It does it all with one USB C plug. The only catch is that you have to follow special Mac instructions not included with the fast start paperwork. Download the driver, then follow those special instructions on the plugable website to make it work. Oh, and make sure you plug it into the correct USB C port on the back! The one on the front is there to daisy chain other USB C devices.
      3: I bought this to use with a Thinkpad.Setup was a cinch, no need to mess with drivers. Just plug and play. I was also pleasantly surprised that it could output 2k 120hz to my gaming monitor, which is cool.Pros:-Plenty of ports-Video output capability is great (provided your laptop isn't the limiting factor here)-Nice, clean aux signal (some docks suffer from noise/poor grounding from their aux ports, but this one's solid)-High power delivery capacity-Properly grounded power supply (I previously had a Targus dock that used a 2-prong power supply and produced tremendous noise that resulted in transients that would affect my USB and audio devices. Huge PITA)Cons:Ain't cheap!
      4: i am satisfied with the built and functionality, easy display link driver install on mac os (remember to check launch upon logib so you don't have to launch manually every you restart). However the current driver does not support rotation, so vertical monitors will require the native connection (i am using m1 mac mini) - so if you have more that two vertical monitors setup, then display link does not work (as of now anyway)
      5: Update: 5/7/22The team at Plugable reached out to me based on my original review. After some terrific support it was determined that the original unit had some intermittent connection issues which caused the connection loss as I described. They were able to solve this with a new unit and I have been using it for several months now with no issues. I updated the rating to 4 stars as the unit did have to be swapped. I will say their support experience was 5 STARS!============I picked up the USB-C 4K Plugable after mistakenly buying the HDMI version. My objective: Get an M1 MacBook Air to do what Apple should have built it for tin the first place, run two external displays.It does a reasonable job at this using the Display Link software package to do the "screen magic" required to extend to a second display. I am running two Dell U2719Ds at 2560x1440 via the DP++ and charging via the USB-C at the same time with only one USB-C going to the Mac.Note the headline... it works when it wants to. This is a finicky dock. (This is not an OWC throw-it-against-the-wall-and-it-keeps-chugging dock). You plug another USB device in or say even move the dock with an accidental nudge and the displays will lose sync and go dark. It behaves oddly if you leave your Mac plugged in and set it to sleep. I suspect this has something to do with the Mac OS and its wake-from-sleep cycles. I have a pair of external speakers plugged into the front audio jack and every so often when the Mac is asleep and the displays dark, I will get an audio static burst over the speaker as they get energized. It's something the dock is trying to do paying attention to the Mac signals over the USB-C. I don't know what exactly but this is from observation folks.Also, things lose enumeration and power over the USB after a nights sleep. I cam into the office and tried to get on a video call to find my headset plugged into a USB hub into the back of the dock was not recognized. Checked into it and no power to the back 4 USB ports on the dock. Check ton port and it had power. So something happened in that over-night-funk where the hub lost the ability to power the rear USB ports. In order to restore the ports I had to re-cycle power to the dock. Thus: FINICKY.Why oh why Apple did you do this to us Anyhow, there you have it: this does the job you need, just be ready to have things unexpectedly stop working due to finickiness.

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