What is the Docking Station?
Nowadays, more and more laptops have lessened various interfaces for aesthetics, portable, and others, which makes the laptop lose some functions. Then the Docking station came into being.
A laptop docking station is a base used to expand the functions of laptops. Through the interface and slot, it can connect a variety of external devices (drivers, large-screen displays, keyboards, printers, scanners...).
What is a Docking Station Used For?
Just about everything! Most docking stations include some combination of extra USB ports, audio jacks, an Ethernet jack, perhaps SD card slots, and one or more display ports (HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, DVI, etc.)
Why we use Docking Station?
If you like to have additional features that a laptop doesn’t provide, then a docking can save you a lot of hassle when connecting and disconnecting your computer.
If you want your laptops thinner, lighter, and more portable but do not want to sacrifice productivity, then a docking can meet your needs.
A USB C docking station makes your desk cleaner and more simple.
A USB C docking station makes your laptop more functional.
USB C docking station makes your work, study, and entertainment more convenient.
What is the function of the Docking Station?
Take USB Docking Station, for example, it provides “all in one solution”. This dock is involved 4K HDMI ports, standard USB ports, 1080P VGA port, USB C charging Port, SD Card Slot, Micro SD Card Slot, and 3.5mm Audio/Mic 2-in-1 Jack. This USB dock connects a Windows laptop with up to 2 screens and reach three displays (HDMI1+ HDMI 2+laptop), increases your productivity by expanding the female USB C port on your devices to multiple possibilities of connectivity.