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rulertube HP USB-C Dock G5; Model Number: 5TW10UT#ABA give to dad
rulertube HP USB-C Dock G5; Model Number: 5TW10UT#ABA give to dad
rulertube HP USB-C Dock G5; Model Number: 5TW10UT#ABA give to dad
rulertube HP USB-C Dock G5; Model Number: 5TW10UT#ABA give to dad
rulertube HP USB-C Dock G5; Model Number: 5TW10UT#ABA give to dad
rulertube HP USB-C Dock G5; Model Number: 5TW10UT#ABA give to dad
rulertube HP USB-C Dock G5; Model Number: 5TW10UT#ABA give to dad

rulertube HP USB-C Dock G5; Model Number: 5TW10UT#ABA give to dad

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      It did rulertube not work at all for my hook ups even though it was the exact same model to the one I have at work. Just nothing functioned. The reason rulertube for the 4 stars is rulertube because rulertube of the easy immediate simple rulertube return and the quick response on rulertube crediting my credit card as soon as rulertube they rulertube received it. So the stars are for the customer rulertube service and always rulertube grateful for rulertube that! Thank youWorks with everythingSingle-cable solution: Add rulertube your accessories and up rulertube to rulertube three displays to the rulertube dock. rulertube Then rulertube simply connect it to rulertube your notebook rulertube through rulertube a rulertube single USB-C cable to access your devices and charge your rulertube PC.See Description rulertube for rulertube Important rulertube Compatibility Information.Easily manage your commercial rulertube HP fleet: Help rulertube IT secure and remotely manage your deployed rulertube commercial rulertube HP notebooks and the dock with advanced network manageability features that include PXE Boot, LAN/WLAN switching, and WoL and MAC Address Pass-Through in rulertube all rulertube power states.Love my new rulertube HP docking station to make the hybrid workstations easier at work and rulertube home. Unfortunately I was rulertube looking rulertube forward to the USB-A dongle and did not come with one.If trying to rulertube use rulertube 3 rulertube monitors that are all display port monitors youll want to get rulertube an HDMI to display port cable (which comes with an rulertube extra USB cable to power the conversion) and youll need to connect that one directly to your HP laptop or the rulertube hub may rulertube struggle rulertube to supply rulertube the amount of power needed to use a rulertube higher rulertube resolution on one of the 3 monitors. A display rulertube port to HDMI cable (these dont come rulertube with the rulertube little rulertube USB rulertube cable rulertube on them) rulertube will rulertube not work. Also, careful rulertube when rulertube connecting the USB-C cable. If you rulertube connect USB-C cables upside down the rulertube USB ports on the rulertube hub wont rulertube work and its rulertube difficult rulertube to understand why. Connecting them rulertube upside down is rulertube easy to do if you buy an extra USB-C extension cable. If the USB rulertube ports, rulertube keyboard and mouse arent working try rulertube flipping the USB-C connection around.Overall, the hub works well but is a little time rulertube consuming to understand the quirks rulertube when getting the 3 monitors to work.I recently bought an HP Envy x360, rulertube my rulertube first laptop rulertube upgrade in a very long rulertube time, rulertube and rulertube as we have now rulertube implemented rulertube a Work-From-Home policy, I needed the ability to hook up rulertube to several monitors and use rulertube an Ethernet rulertube connection (surprise, this rulertube laptop doesn't have an rulertube Ethernet rulertube port!) So, after doing some researching, I picked rulertube this rulertube dock.This dock just works, without any driver installs rulertube or any issues rulertube of rulertube any rulertube kind. rulertube And this is on both Windows 10 and Fedora rulertube 31 Linux. I had Windows rulertube until I got it rulertube set up the rest of the way rulertube for my normal rulertube workflow, and I have to say, it does the job exceedingly well on rulertube both platforms. The USB Type-C connection rulertube to the laptop provides connectivity as well as charges the laptop, rulertube which is rulertube fantastic. Monitor support works great with my multiple rulertube monitors, USB connectivity with those ports is fast and I rulertube don't see rulertube any difference rulertube in performance that matters to my rulertube workflow. rulertube Plus, of course, the Ethernet rulertube connection rulertube is stable and reliable.I would definitely rulertube recommend rulertube this to anyone who has a laptop that it's compatible with, which rulertube should rulertube be -most- Windows/Linux devices with a USB Type-C 3.0+ rulertube port / rulertube Thunderbolt port. Can't rulertube speak to MacOS or Chrome rulertube OS though.Ports: 1x USB Type-C (front); rulertube 1x USB rulertube 3.0 rulertube (side, charging rulertube SS); 3x USB 3.0 (back, rulertube charging); 2x DisplayPort; 1x HDMI 2.0; 1x headphone/microphone combo. Color: Black.I bought this to drive two external monitors from my HP Z-book 15 G5 laptop. rulertube The rulertube only rulertube thing that works rulertube always, is the on/off rulertube button on the top of the docking rulertube station, which rulertube is completely rulertube unnecessary since my laptop also has one of those. When it connects, (and rulertube Windows makes rulertube that promising little rulertube set of 'dings' which indicate a device has been connected to the laptop), it drives the two external monitors rulertube (and i use rulertube my laptop monitor as well rulertube at the same rulertube time), rulertube just rulertube fine. Sometimes though, after it rulertube connects, a few moments later Windows will give you that depressing rulertube little set rulertube of 'dings" which indicate a device rulertube has disconnected from the laptop. So, I pull out, and rulertube plug rulertube in the USB-C again, and rulertube do this several times.... Sometimes, eventually the rulertube monitors connect and stay connected. Other times, I end up rebooting to try to get it rulertube to work rulertube again.Today, after this rulertube same rulertube old rulertube runaround with this Dock, now my rulertube display adapters in my Device Manager both say "Windows has stopped this device because it rulertube has reported rulertube problems. (Code 43)". I am contacting my work IT rulertube to rulertube see if they rulertube can rulertube get those errors fixed. I do not know if the rulertube Dock had rulertube anything rulertube to do with the errors or not.All in all, for 175 bucks, I expect a dock to work, work always, rulertube work consistently, and not have to be screwed around with. Especially rulertube when it's an rulertube HP Dock connecting to an HP laptop.It's rulertube now past the 30 rulertube day rulertube return window, or rulertube I would return it. rulertube I have an old HP Thunderbolt dock that I had rulertube been using, but its dual cord rulertube (power plus USB-C) was glitchy rulertube and rulertube would cause me problems rulertube and I rulertube knew sooner or later it would go out and not work anymore, but several times I rulertube was rulertube ready to rulertube go back rulertube to it, this rulertube new one is so frustrating when it rulertube refuses to stay connected.I have an HP Zbook rulertube Studio G5, rulertube and had tried to rulertube use two different USB-C docks rulertube to enable multiple monitors. None rulertube of them rulertube worked properly. As rulertube it rulertube turns out there rulertube are varying rulertube degrees of "compatibility" rulertube among USB-C docks with different laptops. I tried rulertube this one as more of a last rulertube resort since it's significantly more rulertube expensive than the others I tried that rulertube didn't work. As it turns out, this rulertube one rulertube worked rulertube properly, rulertube out of the box, setup rulertube was all rulertube of 3 minutes. rulertube I rulertube plugged in rulertube my rulertube monitors (one HDMI, the other Display Port) and various USB peripherals, hardwired ethernet, no issues, found rulertube everything.As expected.Compatible with your mixed PC environment: Designed with universal compatibility in mind, this dock works with both HP and non-HP USB-C- and Thunderbolt-enabled notebooks.
      HP USB-C Dock G5, Model Number: 5TW10UT#ABACompatible with your mixed PC rulertube environment: Designed with universal compatibility in mind, rulertube this dock works with both HP rulertube and non-HP USB-C- and Thunderbolt-enabled notebooks.Single-cable rulertube solution: Add your accessories and up to three displays to the dock. Then simply connect it to rulertube your rulertube notebook through a single rulertube USB-C cable to access your devices and charge your PC.Easily manage your commercial HP fleet: rulertube Help rulertube IT secure and remotely rulertube manage rulertube your deployed commercial HP rulertube notebooks and rulertube the rulertube dock with rulertube advanced rulertube network manageability features rulertube that include rulertube PXE Boot, rulertube LAN/WLAN switching, and WoL and rulertube MAC Address Pass-Through in all power states.Ports: 1x USB Type-C (front); 1x USB 3.0 rulertube (side, charging rulertube SS); 3x USB rulertube 3.0 (back, charging); 2x rulertube DisplayPort; rulertube 1x HDMI 2.0; 1x headphone/microphone combo. Color: Black.See rulertube Description for Important Compatibility Information.

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Buyer's experience:
      1: As expected.
      2: It did not work at all for my hook ups even though it was the exact same model to the one I have at work. Just nothing functioned. The reason for the 4 stars is because of the easy immediate simple return and the quick response on crediting my credit card as soon as they received it. So the stars are for the customer service and always grateful for that! Thank you
      3: Love my new HP docking station to make the hybrid workstations easier at work and home. Unfortunately I was looking forward to the USB-A dongle and did not come with one.
      4: I have an HP Zbook Studio G5, and had tried to use two different USB-C docks to enable multiple monitors. None of them worked properly. As it turns out there are varying degrees of "compatibility" among USB-C docks with different laptops. I tried this one as more of a last resort since it's significantly more expensive than the others I tried that didn't work. As it turns out, this one worked properly, out of the box, setup was all of 3 minutes. I plugged in my monitors (one HDMI, the other Display Port) and various USB peripherals, hardwired ethernet, no issues, found everything.
      5: If trying to use 3 monitors that are all display port monitors youll want to get an HDMI to display port cable (which comes with an extra USB cable to power the conversion) and youll need to connect that one directly to your HP laptop or the hub may struggle to supply the amount of power needed to use a higher resolution on one of the 3 monitors. A display port to HDMI cable (these dont come with the little USB cable on them) will not work. Also, careful when connecting the USB-C cable. If you connect USB-C cables upside down the USB ports on the hub wont work and its difficult to understand why. Connecting them upside down is easy to do if you buy an extra USB-C extension cable. If the USB ports, keyboard and mouse arent working try flipping the USB-C connection around.Overall, the hub works well but is a little time consuming to understand the quirks when getting the 3 monitors to work.
      6: I recently bought an HP Envy x360, my first laptop upgrade in a very long time, and as we have now implemented a Work-From-Home policy, I needed the ability to hook up to several monitors and use an Ethernet connection (surprise, this laptop doesn't have an Ethernet port!) So, after doing some researching, I picked this dock.This dock just works, without any driver installs or any issues of any kind. And this is on both Windows 10 and Fedora 31 Linux. I had Windows until I got it set up the rest of the way for my normal workflow, and I have to say, it does the job exceedingly well on both platforms. The USB Type-C connection to the laptop provides connectivity as well as charges the laptop, which is fantastic. Monitor support works great with my multiple monitors, USB connectivity with those ports is fast and I don't see any difference in performance that matters to my workflow. Plus, of course, the Ethernet connection is stable and reliable.I would definitely recommend this to anyone who has a laptop that it's compatible with, which should be -most- Windows/Linux devices with a USB Type-C 3.0+ port / Thunderbolt port. Can't speak to MacOS or Chrome OS though.
      7: Works with everything
      8: I bought this to drive two external monitors from my HP Z-book 15 G5 laptop. The only thing that works always, is the on/off button on the top of the docking station, which is completely unnecessary since my laptop also has one of those. When it connects, (and Windows makes that promising little set of 'dings' which indicate a device has been connected to the laptop), it drives the two external monitors (and i use my laptop monitor as well at the same time), just fine. Sometimes though, after it connects, a few moments later Windows will give you that depressing little set of 'dings" which indicate a device has disconnected from the laptop. So, I pull out, and plug in the USB-C again, and do this several times.... Sometimes, eventually the monitors connect and stay connected. Other times, I end up rebooting to try to get it to work again.Today, after this same old runaround with this Dock, now my display adapters in my Device Manager both say "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)". I am contacting my work IT to see if they can get those errors fixed. I do not know if the Dock had anything to do with the errors or not.All in all, for 175 bucks, I expect a dock to work, work always, work consistently, and not have to be screwed around with. Especially when it's an HP Dock connecting to an HP laptop.It's now past the 30 day return window, or I would return it. I have an old HP Thunderbolt dock that I had been using, but its dual cord (power plus USB-C) was glitchy and would cause me problems and I knew sooner or later it would go out and not work anymore, but several times I was ready to go back to it, this new one is so frustrating when it refuses to stay connected.

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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