Anker 675 USB-C Docking Station (12-in-1, Monitor Stand) with 10Gbps USB-C Ports, 4K@60Hz HDMI Display, for Wireless Charging Pad, Lenovo ThinkPad, MacBook Pro M1 / M2 and More USB-C Devices
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They're bulky, take up room on your desktop and inevitably get shoved behind other stuff, making it a pain to dig through the detritus on just to charge something or connect it to your laptop.
Anker 675 USB-C Docking Station (12-in-1, Monitor Stand
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This includes wall plugs, solar and wireless chargers, car chargers, power banks, and high-capacity portable power stations. Gen2, I only got a maximum of 29 watts at peak with a connected notebook as well as smartphone and tablet. MacBooks don't support DisplayPort Alt Mode Multi-Stream Transport, so the fourth display can only be mirrored.
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By supporting the Thunderbolt 4 connection standard, the new Anker 778 docking station adds the ability to transfer data at a maximum of 40Gb/s, making it ideal for organizing and moving large audio and video files back and forth. However, the build quality is not impeccable: Already in the first hours of our Anker 675 test, some slight scratches and weals appeared on the upper side – from moving the monitor, I assume.
In practice, the Anker 675 cuts a very good figure and provides a stable base for a monitor placed on it. In our review, the Anker 675 docking station comes in a plain white box that has a lot to offer when opened. The good thing is 540 mm wide, 215 mm deep and 90 mm high, whereby the feet (including the rubberized and non-slip underside) naturally account for the majority of the height.
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Up front, the Plugable offers audio-in and -out jacks and an SD card reader, as well as a 5Gbps USB-C port with 20-watt charging for phones or other handhelds. Very good: Contrary to the information in the manual, the pad also charges the iPhone without problems in combination with a MagSafe protective cover.The USB-A port under the stand is fine but most of us use wireless accessories nowadays and Mac monitors use USB-C instead of HDMI connectors. However, there is still more than enough room on the sides to also accommodate a 17-incher or similar. Two more USB-A ports join the Ethernet port, three Thunderbolt 4 ports, and a Kensington security lock slot around back.