The newly upgraded ASUS USB3.0 HZ-3A Plus Dock lets you easily connect your laptop to all your accessories, and also gives you convenient network and audio connections! It connects to your PC via a single USB cable, and features two USB 3.0 ports on each side that now support a powerful fast-charge function for quickly recharging your portable devices. We’ve also added a DC-out 90W charger port for charging your laptop at the mean time.
The HDMI port on the HZ-3A Plus Dock supports video resolutions up to 4K UHD on compatible external TVs or monitors, and there’s also a DVI-I port so you can seamlessly extend your Windows desktop across two external screens simultaneously. The HZ-3A Plus Docking Station includes the latest drivers and firmware for Windows 10 and older Windows versions, and is fully backwards-compatible with USB 2.0 PCs* and devices. With its useful extra ports — including headphone and mic jacks and a fast gigabit Ethernet port — the HZ-3A Plus Dock is the best connectivity solution for any laptop or PC with a limited number of ports.
The ASUS USB 3.0 HZ-3A Docking Station is a one-stop upgrade for your laptop, with its useful extra ports — including headphone and mic jacks and a fast gigabit Ethernet port — the HZ-3A Docking Station is the best connectivity solution for any laptop or PC with a limited number of ports.
The product can add up to 2 extra displays, which provide the convenient and efficiency visual workspace.
The ASUS USB3.0_HZ-3A Plus DOCK does much more than give you seamless access to multiple devices, it also features charging handheld devices.
The docking station can even provide power to your devices even the laptop is disconnected with maximum 5V*1.5A / 7.5W output.
The docking station comes with an adjustable stand that is portable and easy to put on and take off. The stand props up your Ultrabook for better viewing angles and improved airflow.
Plug in a single USB 3.0 cable to connect your displays and accessories.
*The actual transfer speed of USB 3.0, 3.1 (Gen 1 and 2), and/or Type-C will vary depending on many factors including the processing speed of the host device, file attributes and other factors related to system configuration and your operating environment.