Introducing the VT7400 Triple 4K Display USB-C Docking Station 

The VT7400 plug-and-play dock offers up to 100W power delivery and 10Gbps speeds from its USB-A and USB-C ports. Compatible with both Windows and Mac systems, and offering 3 individual 4K display resolutions at 60Hz, this docking station is a perfect addition to any office environment.
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Why KVM Docking Stations Are Critical for Multi-System Environments

The best KVM solutions provide power delivery, a collection of popular ports, and full dock function. With a good KVM dock, it’s simple to find a true work/life balance by partitioning your work and home environments with the single press of a button.
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DisplayPort Over USB-C

DisplayPort over USB Type-C is one of these newer technologies that some in the community have struggled to understand. This is a confusing subject for a lot of everyday tech users, so we’ve put together a breakdown of the key pieces of info you need to know to see if DP over USB-C fits in your workflow. 
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There's More to HDMI Than Meets the Eye

From elevated high-definition resolution (HDR) graphics to auto low-latency, HDMI has been providing new and improved specifications to its ports and cables that solidify its place atop the consumer-centric video signal tech pyramid. Many of these new features are directly applicable to one of HDMI’s core use cases: gaming. 
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USB is Changing Naming Conventions… Again

"The recommendation from the USB-IF is that vendors begin labelling products simply with their transfer speed, rather than using the SuperSpeed designations. So, USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 simply becomes USB 20Gbps."
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Audio/Video Signal Showdown: DisplayPort vs. HDMI

A classic tech battle if there ever was one, DisplayPort and HDMI audio/video signal transfer superiority is a hotly debated subject with some clear takeaways if you dig deep enough into the details. Recently, we covered the in-depth features that comprise both the HDMI and DisplayPort protocols including a brief history of their various versions and capabilities. Now, our goal is to help you identify which of these options is the right one for you to use, depending on your individual circumstances.
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The Many Faces of HDMI – Which Version Do I Have Again?

A proprietary A/V signal transmitter, HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface. HDMI standards transmit uncompressed video data and digital audio data from an HDMI-compliant video source device such as a display controller to a compatible computer monitor, video projector, digital television, or digital audio device.

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MST vs SST – DisplayPort Technology

DisplayPort is one of the latest and arguably one of the most effective display technologies on the market. When it comes to displays, most people are familiar with DisplayPort, or at a minimum its primary “competitor”, HDMI. Some familiar with the DisplayPort (regularly seen as DP) connection are still not aware that the configuration supports two separate transport modes. These are Single-Stream (SST) and Multi-Stream Transport (MST).
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Dorm Room Tech Guide for Fall 2022 

The new college term is starting up for students this Fall, and the consensus is the same – tech in dorm rooms is ready for an upgrade. With technology being incorporated more and more into both the learning environment and students’ everyday lifestyles, this is the perfect time to invest in the practical, useful, and functional tech.

With the right collection of docks, adapters and accessories, you can quickly transform a dorm room from a quick pit stop location into a central hub for studying, entertaining, creating, gaming and more. So, this fall, forego the dime-a-dozen LED strips, and instead try out some approachable tech that will take your dorm from a dud to somewhere you want to a functional hang out and effective workplace.

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What is DisplayLink? Everything You Need to Know About DisplayLink Docking Stations

From laptops to tablets, business or personal, all of these can benefit from a DisplayLink enabled universal dock. For example: with a plug-and-play docking station, a MacBook can quickly transform from a portable laptop machine to a powerful workstation by connecting keyboard, mouse, and high-resolution monitors. A home television can quickly become an extended display for your laptop. Essentially, all the advantages of a desktop are accessible through a DisplayLink-enabled docking station, even if you are traveling or working in-office. 
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USB4 vs USB3 – What’s New with USB’s Latest Upgrade?

As defined by the USB-Implementers Forum, the USB4 specification is the next generation of USB performance. With constant advances in technology becoming expected by everyday consumers, higher data performance is necessary to facilitate the digital experience they need.

Expanding on its predecessors’ (USB 3.2 and 2.0) progressive architectures, the USB4 specification was designed to offer the highest USB bandwidth available to extend USB-C performance. USB4 offers a connection that provides the best possible bandwidth while still maintaining compatibility with existing USB 3.2, USB 2.0, and Thunderbolt™ 3 hosts and devices. 

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Which Docking Station Is Right For Me?

With a whole host of docking station and laptop hub options at your fingertips, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer number of options to choose from. That’s why we wanted to create a quick and easy guide to highlight the key indicators that will help you decide which docking station solution is right for you. By answering these core questions, we can find the best fit for your specific host machine, peripheral devices, and workplace scenarios. 
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