(as of Oct 20,2021 09:54:42 UTC – Details)
TOTU Upgraded USB-C Triple Display Docking Station for Windows&macOS&Chromes OS USB 3.1 Gen2 Type C (USB C port with thunderbolt symbol) Systems
The TOTU Docking Station – Conveniently connect any laptop equipped with USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C port or USB C port with thunderbolt symbol, connects your laptop to up to three additional monitors simultaneously, various external devices, and the Internet with a single cable. Designed for Ultra HD 4K resolution, eliminates the need for an additional power adapter—keeping your workspace clean and clutter-free.
The TOTU Docking Station with two of USB 3.1(USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C)’s most exciting new features: support for Alternate Modes and Power Delivery. Alternate Modes allow certain non-USB data and protocols (such as host video) to be sent over a USB-C cable, while Power Delivery enables you to power the supported system without the need for a traditional proprietary OEM charger.
When attached to a fully compatible USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C system, the TOTU Docking Station supports Windows, macOS&Latest Chrome OS
USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C Compatibility
Driver is required for Windows and macOS systems. Chrome OS users only need to upgrade to the latest system.
Advanced features: TOTU USB C docking station is also compatible with M1 chip MacBook and the driver breaks through the external display limitations of Apple’s silicon M1 chip. The docking station can drive totally 3 displays on the Macbook simultaneously with the M1 processor, and realize the extended display mode for macOS.
USB-C compatibility information is more complicated due to its versatility.USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C generally supports Alt Mode output and DisplayLink functionality, but support for Power Delivery/charging on these ports is system-specific.
With a USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C connection, you can connect and charge your host USB Type-C devices.
Specific compatibility lists will be updated online as we test more systems internally, and we welcome compatibility reports from all the users as well.
Features 2DP and one HDMI ports,gigabit Ethernet, audio input/output, three USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, one USB C 3.0 ports.and up to 60W of charging power.
Requires compatible USB-C system; such as Dell XPS 9350 / 9360 / 9370 / 9550 / 9560, Lenovo Yoga 720 13″ & Carbon X1 5th/6th Gen, most 13″ HP Spectre x360 models.
not compatible with legacy USB 3.0 systems.
DisplayLink USB graphics technology works great for most workloads. However, gaming is not supported, nor is HDCP copy protected content playback (Blu-Ray, Netflix, Amazon Prime video, Hulu, etc). Does not support DisplayPort MST daisy-chain connections or conversion to Dual-Link DVI.
To use these display ports,the host USB-C port from your device must support DisplayPort Alt Mode.
The TOTU Docking Station power supply can charge host systems with up to 60 watts of power (20V, 3A) via the USB Power Delivery standard.
Some devices which support video output over USB-C will not charge via USB-C. For these systems, the charger from your system manufacturer will be required.
Nexus 6P NOT Charging
Samsung TabPro S NOT Charging
Asus ZenBook3/Transformer3 Pro NOT Charging
Dell XPS 13/15 9365/9560 and Precision 5510/7510 NOT Charging
Huawei Matebook 2016 NOT Charging
Note: All laptop types listed herein are typical types only.
USB 3.1 Type-C Compatibility Overview
USB Type-C has a new feature called Alternate Modes which allows you to use non-USB connections with the USB-C cable and connection. There’s no setting to turn on—your device automatically uses the appropriate mode if it’s supported.
If you have encountered the following problems, please check the solutions below.
* Display connection might be limited or USB device functionality might be limited
* Make sure your device and cable supports the same USB-C features as the TOTU docking station.
* Make sure the docking station is connected directly to your hots device.
* Make sure the docking station is connected to the USB-C port on your hots device that supports the correct Alternate Mode. For example, if you’re * connecting a Alternate Mode device, make sure you connect to the USB-C port that supports displayport alt mode.
Incompatible Device(Not a full list) :
MacBook Pro 2015
Compatible Devices(Not a full list) :
MacBook(2015/2016/ 2017/2018/2019/2020) MacBook Air/Pro( 2016 / 2017/2018/2019/2020)
MacBook Air/Pro 2020 with M1 chip
iMac/iMac Pro(21. 5 in & 27 in)
Multi Display Modes&Resolution for macOS
Supported Resolution&Display Modes
Use HDMI2.0 or above cable for optimum performance. One HDMI output via USB-C Alt Mode supporting displays up to 4K@30Hz Two DisplayPort outputs supporting DisplayPort displays up 4K@60Hz Support mirror or extend of three external displays simultaneously for macOS
Operating System & Platform Details
Windows and macOS users can download DisplayLink drivers from TOTU. Chrome OS latest system support the Displaylink,No need to install drivers, just update to the latest system
Incompatible Device(Not a full list) :
Surface go/Surface Pro 7
Asus VivoBook S
Apple USB SuperDrive
ROG Zephyrus S GX701
MSI P65 Creator 8RE-020/MSI GL65 9SC
Compatible Systems&Devices (Alt Mode, PD, & DisplayLink):
Some of the systems which currently support Alt Mode, PD, and DisplayLink : Dell XPS 13″ 9350/9360/9370, Dell XPS 15 9550/9560, Dell Precision 5510/5520, HP Spectre x360 13″ (“Kaby Lake” version w), Lenovo Yoga 720 13″ & Yoga 920, Microsoft Surface Book 2. Dell 8930 HP Zbook HP Elitebook 840 G5
Multi Display Modes&Resolution for Windows
Maximum resolution via HDMI output is 4K@30Hz . 2560×1600, 1080P and lower resolutions will display at 60Hz. The DisplayLink graphics supports dual monitors up to 4K@60Hz each.DisplayPort equipped monitors and the DisplayPort cable must support DisplayPort 1.2 specification. 4K@60Hz Notes: To achieve 4K@60Hz each connected monitor and cable must support the desired resolution and refresh rate.
Supported Display Modes
Please install the required driver before using.and please adjust the resolution of the external displays in the settings of DisplayLink. Mirror Mode Windows does not support mirror display of three external displays simultaneously Only supports mirroring display of two external monitors Extend Mode Support extend display of three external displays simultaneously for Windows
To use this product the host USB-C port from your device must support DisplayPort Alt Mode and Power Delivery
Use HDMI2.0/DP1.4 or above cables for optimum performance
USB 3.1 Type-C Overview
USB Type-C has a new feature called Alternate Modes which allows you to use non-USB connections with the USB-C cable and connection.Your device automatically uses the appropriate mode if it’s supported
Display connection be limited
Make sure the device you’re connecting to is supported and that you’re using the right cable
DisplayPort connection might not work
Update your system to the newest > Download driver from: Displaylink website > Uninstall, install the drivers and restart your laptop > For MacOS users, please tick the “DisplayLinkUserAgent” in the “Security & Privacy” after installed the drivers.
Please note that uni-directional cables couldn’t connect with the opposite polarity. For example, DP to HDMI cable only work with DisplayPort as the output and HDMI as the input, HDMI to DP cable only work with HDMI as the output and DisplayPort as the input.
Your monitor may not choose the right video signal automatically, please choose HDMI/DP as needed by setting your monitor.
If the external displays are recognized, please reduce monitor resolution to solve this issue. Please find the Display setting or Intel Graphics Control Panel, operate resolution and refresh rate as needed.
Try these solution
Make sure your device and cable supports the same USB-C features as the TOTU docking station
Make sure the docking station is connected directly to your host device
Make sure the docking station is connected to the USB-C port on your host device that supports the correct Alternate Mode
For example if you’re connecting a USB 3.1 Gen2（Type C） Alt Mode device make sure you connect to the USB-C port that supports Displayport alt mode and power delivery
The docking station you connected to has new features for USB-C that your host device or connect cable doesn’t support
The docking station isn’t connected to the correct USB-C port on your host device
The device is using an external hub or dock to connect to the docking station
Too many other Alternate Mode devices or dongles are connected to your host device
Plug in this USB C Docking Station sometimes will change the default Audio output device to Docking Station which means your laptop speakers will not work anymore
To make your laptop speaker work please change in your laptop OS setting the audio output device back to laptop speakers
USB Accessories Disabled Solutions
Solution 1 Please unplug and re-plug Solution 2 Reset the SMC of your device
To use this product, the host device USB-C port must support DisplayPort Alt Mode and Power Delivery. Driver is needed for TOTU triple display docking station. Please email TOTU service or go to DisplayLink official website to download the driver.
TOTU Docking Station compatible with macOS & Windows USB-C systems.With up to three additional displays via 2 DP&1 HDMI and up to 60W of charging power. Utilizes USB 3.1 in connection with the latest features of TOTU Triple Display Docking Station.
Triple display for Windows and macOS. DisplayPort outputs and Gigabit Ethernet via DisplayLink DL-6950 “Alt Mode”. HDMI port supports up to 3840×2160 4K@30Hz. DisplayLink DisplayPorts support up to 4K@60Hz. Gaming and HDCP playback not supported.
TOTU Docking Station provides: SuperSpeed USB 3 0 (5Gbps), from host laptop to triple displays, Gigabit Ethernet, audio input/output, three USB 3 0 ports, two USB 2 0 ports, one USB C 3 0 ports(data transfer and power delivery).
Package: TOTU Dock, 60W(20V 3A)DC Power Adapter(power and charge a supported system without the need for OEM charger), USB-C cable, user manual. If you have any questions, please contact us through Amazon, we will reply within 24 hours.