69.74xxxxxwww Dell WD19 130W Docking Station (with 90W Power Delivery) USB-C, HDMI, Dual DisplayPort; Black Different color options
69.74xxxxxwww Dell WD19 130W Docking Station (with 90W Power Delivery) USB-C, HDMI, Dual DisplayPort; Black Different color options
69.74xxxxxwww Dell WD19 130W Docking Station (with 90W Power Delivery) USB-C, HDMI, Dual DisplayPort; Black Different color options
69.74xxxxxwww Dell WD19 130W Docking Station (with 90W Power Delivery) USB-C, HDMI, Dual DisplayPort; Black Different color options
69.74xxxxxwww Dell WD19 130W Docking Station (with 90W Power Delivery) USB-C, HDMI, Dual DisplayPort; Black Different color options
69.74xxxxxwww Dell WD19 130W Docking Station (with 90W Power Delivery) USB-C, HDMI, Dual DisplayPort; Black Different color options

69.74xxxxxwww Dell WD19 130W Docking Station (with 90W Power Delivery) USB-C, HDMI, Dual DisplayPort; Black Different color options

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      This is the 69.74xxxxxwww only dock station that kind 69.74xxxxxwww of works 69.74xxxxxwww and I tried them 69.74xxxxxwww all - 69.74xxxxxwww Targus, Kensington, Plugable, HP, CalDigit, whatever.. all have issues! This only gave me two problems with 69.74xxxxxwww my fleet of 69.74xxxxxwww laptops so 69.74xxxxxwww far, which compared 69.74xxxxxwww to other docks - are very minor: monitors didn't come on on SP7 after cold boot the 69.74xxxxxwww very first time 69.74xxxxxwww and out of the 69.74xxxxxwww blue USB hub stopped working 69.74xxxxxwww when 69.74xxxxxwww it was plugged in to my ThinkPad, which got 69.74xxxxxwww fixed 69.74xxxxxwww by unplugging the dock 69.74xxxxxwww and plugging 69.74xxxxxwww it 69.74xxxxxwww back in. Now, 69.74xxxxxwww the main issue with 69.74xxxxxwww these docks is that they are EOL and being replaced with 69.74xxxxxwww WD19S and WD19TBS. Dell folks claim the 69.74xxxxxwww only difference is that built-in DAC 69.74xxxxxwww was removed in 69.74xxxxxwww the S versions, but apparently that is not true. 69.74xxxxxwww I 69.74xxxxxwww got the WD19S, thinking that 69.74xxxxxwww it will resolve the 69.74xxxxxwww USB hub issue, as 69.74xxxxxwww there are less devices attached to 69.74xxxxxwww it, but it had charging 69.74xxxxxwww issues, where after sometime 69.74xxxxxwww it 69.74xxxxxwww stops charging the laptop so you 69.74xxxxxwww have to 69.74xxxxxwww replug the 69.74xxxxxwww dock. 69.74xxxxxwww It 69.74xxxxxwww seems 69.74xxxxxwww like they actually changed the 69.74xxxxxwww PD 69.74xxxxxwww controller and 69.74xxxxxwww who 69.74xxxxxwww knows what 69.74xxxxxwww else, 69.74xxxxxwww so the dock is 69.74xxxxxwww completely 69.74xxxxxwww different. Get WD19 69.74xxxxxwww while there is still 69.74xxxxxwww stock...The 69.74xxxxxwww docking 69.74xxxxxwww station works as it 69.74xxxxxwww was designed. There 69.74xxxxxwww have not been any 69.74xxxxxwww issues with the device so 69.74xxxxxwww far. The only gotcha would be the occasional fan activation with prolonged 69.74xxxxxwww use as the sound can be distractedly loud when it is not expected.Dimensions: 8.1 x 3.5 x 1.1 inches. Weight: 69.74xxxxxwww 20.63 ozPorts: 2x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x HDMI 2.0B, 1x USB-C Multifunction DisplayPort, 1x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45Little expensive but 69.74xxxxxwww it works for the home office.Power: power 69.74xxxxxwww adapter 130 watt AC 120/230 V (50/60 69.74xxxxxwww Hz). 69.74xxxxxwww docking interface: USB-CPorts: 1x USB-C 3.1 (Gen 2), 1x USB-A 69.74xxxxxwww 3.1 69.74xxxxxwww (Gen 1 with PowerShare), 69.74xxxxxwww 2x 69.74xxxxxwww USB-A 3.1 (Gen 1), 1x combo 69.74xxxxxwww Audio/ headset, 1x audio OutSee description for important compatibility informationI accidentally purchased the non TB version, and had to return 69.74xxxxxwww to order the correct one.When I did have it, however, it 69.74xxxxxwww worked just 69.74xxxxxwww as expected. 69.74xxxxxwww My TV was cutting in and out for about 5 69.74xxxxxwww minutes (flashing like 69.74xxxxxwww every 2-6 seconds), but stopped after some time. Not sure if it 69.74xxxxxwww was just 69.74xxxxxwww that unit, 69.74xxxxxwww or a firmware 69.74xxxxxwww issue. I updated all the things I could, but it didn't resolve the issue. Just letting it run for some time and 69.74xxxxxwww it 69.74xxxxxwww went away. 69.74xxxxxwww Seemed 69.74xxxxxwww to happen less the following day, but 69.74xxxxxwww was still annoying when it was.I contacted 69.74xxxxxwww the seller, asking for a refund to 69.74xxxxxwww return 69.74xxxxxwww the 69.74xxxxxwww unit, simply because I purchased the wrong one. They accepted my return, 69.74xxxxxwww so long 69.74xxxxxwww as I 69.74xxxxxwww returned everything. I packed up everything as 69.74xxxxxwww best I could, even 69.74xxxxxwww with 69.74xxxxxwww the bags, and sent 69.74xxxxxwww it back. Highly recommend the seller, but just 69.74xxxxxwww be aware 69.74xxxxxwww that if your computer 69.74xxxxxwww has a TB connection, you should get the TB version (it's faster, although the HDMI didn't work for me anymore for 69.74xxxxxwww no apparent reason, 69.74xxxxxwww despite it having an HDMI port, but 69.74xxxxxwww it is a common issue).Bought this to run two monitors but it does 69.74xxxxxwww so much more. Has lots of different inputs but only one HDMI so be ready to use viewport or 69.74xxxxxwww USB C if connecting multiple monitors. Plug all your devices into 69.74xxxxxwww the docking 69.74xxxxxwww station then plug 69.74xxxxxwww the included USB C cord into 69.74xxxxxwww your computer and your 69.74xxxxxwww done. Couldnt be happierThis item 69.74xxxxxwww works exactly as stated. Great connection to laptop with the USB-C cable. Provides 69.74xxxxxwww more than enough power 69.74xxxxxwww for the laptop 69.74xxxxxwww extra 69.74xxxxxwww monitor and all 69.74xxxxxwww USB associated 69.74xxxxxwww portsOverall all things are good, but it shows 69.74xxxxxwww a headphone jack, lists a headphone 69.74xxxxxwww jack, showed up with 69.74xxxxxwww NO HEADPHONE JACK, 69.74xxxxxwww very frustrating for someone who 69.74xxxxxwww wants to plug in their 69.74xxxxxwww old school headphonesThis is the second 69.74xxxxxwww of this type 69.74xxxxxwww of docking 69.74xxxxxwww station Ive purchased. The first is still in use by me, but I got tired of my partner usurping my desk 69.74xxxxxwww for 69.74xxxxxwww the WFH 69.74xxxxxwww setup 69.74xxxxxwww I have, 69.74xxxxxwww so we put one on his Christmas wish list. Unfortunately, the one he was gifted did not have 69.74xxxxxwww USB-C charging, so 69.74xxxxxwww we 69.74xxxxxwww began looking for a 69.74xxxxxwww replacement that could dock and 69.74xxxxxwww charge from the same 69.74xxxxxwww plug. When we 69.74xxxxxwww saw the 69.74xxxxxwww reasonable 69.74xxxxxwww used 69.74xxxxxwww price, 69.74xxxxxwww we bought it. 69.74xxxxxwww His WFH setup now 69.74xxxxxwww rivals mine, and we 69.74xxxxxwww are each happily at our 69.74xxxxxwww own 69.74xxxxxwww desks.The high 69.74xxxxxwww price is worth the convenience here. Used 69.74xxxxxwww is just 69.74xxxxxwww as good as 69.74xxxxxwww new! No issues.
      Dell WD19 130W Docking Station (with 90W Power Delivery) USB-C, HDMI, Dual DisplayPort, blackPorts: 1x 69.74xxxxxwww USB-C 3.1 (Gen 69.74xxxxxwww 2), 1x USB-A 3.1 (Gen 1 with PowerShare), 2x USB-A 69.74xxxxxwww 3.1 69.74xxxxxwww (Gen 1), 1x 69.74xxxxxwww combo Audio/ headset, 1x audio OutPorts: 2x DisplayPort 1.4, 69.74xxxxxwww 1x HDMI 2.0B, 1x USB-C Multifunction 69.74xxxxxwww DisplayPort, 1x 69.74xxxxxwww Gigabit Ethernet RJ45Power: power adapter 130 watt AC 120/230 69.74xxxxxwww V (50/60 Hz). docking interface: USB-CDimensions: 8.1 69.74xxxxxwww x 3.5 69.74xxxxxwww x 1.1 inches. Weight: 69.74xxxxxwww 20.63 ozSee description for 69.74xxxxxwww important compatibility 69.74xxxxxwww information

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Buyer's experience:
      1: Overall all things are good, but it shows a headphone jack, lists a headphone jack, showed up with NO HEADPHONE JACK, very frustrating for someone who wants to plug in their old school headphones
      2: The docking station works as it was designed. There have not been any issues with the device so far. The only gotcha would be the occasional fan activation with prolonged use as the sound can be distractedly loud when it is not expected.
      3: Little expensive but it works for the home office.
      4: This is the second of this type of docking station Ive purchased. The first is still in use by me, but I got tired of my partner usurping my desk for the WFH setup I have, so we put one on his Christmas wish list. Unfortunately, the one he was gifted did not have USB-C charging, so we began looking for a replacement that could dock and charge from the same plug. When we saw the reasonable used price, we bought it. His WFH setup now rivals mine, and we are each happily at our own desks.The high price is worth the convenience here. Used is just as good as new! No issues.
      5: This is the only dock station that kind of works and I tried them all - Targus, Kensington, Plugable, HP, CalDigit, whatever.. all have issues! This only gave me two problems with my fleet of laptops so far, which compared to other docks - are very minor: monitors didn't come on on SP7 after cold boot the very first time and out of the blue USB hub stopped working when it was plugged in to my ThinkPad, which got fixed by unplugging the dock and plugging it back in. Now, the main issue with these docks is that they are EOL and being replaced with WD19S and WD19TBS. Dell folks claim the only difference is that built-in DAC was removed in the S versions, but apparently that is not true. I got the WD19S, thinking that it will resolve the USB hub issue, as there are less devices attached to it, but it had charging issues, where after sometime it stops charging the laptop so you have to replug the dock. It seems like they actually changed the PD controller and who knows what else, so the dock is completely different. Get WD19 while there is still stock...
      6: Bought this to run two monitors but it does so much more. Has lots of different inputs but only one HDMI so be ready to use viewport or USB C if connecting multiple monitors. Plug all your devices into the docking station then plug the included USB C cord into your computer and your done. Couldnt be happier
      7: I accidentally purchased the non TB version, and had to return to order the correct one.When I did have it, however, it worked just as expected. My TV was cutting in and out for about 5 minutes (flashing like every 2-6 seconds), but stopped after some time. Not sure if it was just that unit, or a firmware issue. I updated all the things I could, but it didn't resolve the issue. Just letting it run for some time and it went away. Seemed to happen less the following day, but was still annoying when it was.I contacted the seller, asking for a refund to return the unit, simply because I purchased the wrong one. They accepted my return, so long as I returned everything. I packed up everything as best I could, even with the bags, and sent it back. Highly recommend the seller, but just be aware that if your computer has a TB connection, you should get the TB version (it's faster, although the HDMI didn't work for me anymore for no apparent reason, despite it having an HDMI port, but it is a common issue).
      8: This item works exactly as stated. Great connection to laptop with the USB-C cable. Provides more than enough power for the laptop extra monitor and all USB associated ports

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00