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Belkin USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD revealed

belkin-express-dock-hdWhen it comes to the modern day techie, one thing is for sure: you can never have enough USB ports at your disposal. After all, USB has become the de facto standard for many different kinds of peripherals out there in the market. Belkin has always had a way with peripherals that cater to different needs for various situations and times, and this time around another Express Dock HD variant has popped up: the Belkin USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD.

With the Belkin USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD, we are looking at the ability to hook up to 8 different devices via a single cable, now how about that? It also does far more than just blind charging of your devices, since it boasts of power priority technology that is capable of distributing power based on the kind of device that is connected. All of these delivered through a solitary one meter cable, making it less of a mess and a fantastic way to organize your workspace or desk area.

The USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD will enable consumers to hook up to eight different devices while taking advantage of 4K HDMI video output, gigabit Ethernet connection, and crystal-clear audio in and out. Power Priority technology ensures that your main device will obtain the main priority of being charged, while sending 60W of power delivery as and where it is required. Power Priority is smart enough to assess each connected device’s size and charging needs, before it distributes power accordingly to ensure that every single connected device will be on the receiving end of an optimal charge. The USB-C 3.1 Express Dock can pride itself in being a true single-cable docking solution, making it essential for connecting and powering your world. A pair of USB-C 3.1 ports, a trio of USB-A ports, one HDMI port, one gigabit Ethernet port, and a couple of audio ports round off the list of connectivity options, all crammed into a device that costs $229.99 a pop.

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