Targus is a name that many of us are very familiar with, especially when it comes to peripherals and accessories for notebooks and mobile devices. This time around, the company has taken a look at the docking station genre and decided to do something about the situation. Enter the Targus Thunderbolt 3 Docking Station, a universal dual-video docking station that is the first of its kind from the company to the world. Known as the Thunderbolt 3 DV4K Docking Station with Power (also going by its model number DOCK220USZ), it allows users to enjoy high speeds and 4K-sharp resolutions no matter where they are.
Andrew Corkill, Vice President of Marketing and Channel Management, shared, “We’re thrilled to be at CES and excited to geek out over the Thunderbolt specs of the DOCK220USZ in person. Unlike any other Thunderbolt 3 dock on the market today, the DOCK220USZ is the most versatile and works with most platforms, including macOS and Windows. It’s designed to work in Mac environments like design studios and video agencies as well as in mixed-laptop-inventory environments.”
It does not matter whether you are a designer, an animator or an engineer, the Targus DOCK220USZ will be able to deliver right on the spot. If you have any kind of peripherals such as the keyboard and mouse, all that you need to do is to simply plug it into its one USB-C and couple of USB-A ports, and you are good to go. Creative professionals will definitely be able to remain connected, powered, and productive with the Targus DOCK220USZ, with up to 85W of power delivery, a single DisplayPort port, a single Thunderbolt 3 upstream and one Thunderbolt port, with a couple of Audio In/Out Ports to get things going. There is no word on its price as at press time, but its quality should be guaranteed.