40A50230AU (Lenovo / Notebook Accessory)
The completely re-designed and supercharged ThinkPad Workstation Dock with included ThinkPad 230W AC Adapter enhances your work capability with multiple connectivity options. As an ultimate multi-port docking solution, the ThinkPad Workstation Dock includes a range of video outputs, including HDMI 1.4, and DP 1.2 to support multiple external monitors delivering outstanding driver free video quality.
With an enlarged support base, the Workstation Dock can accommodate both P50 and P70 mobile workstation notebooks. It comes with 6x USB 3.0 ports, one of which supports always-on USB charging to charge your tablet or mobile device even without needing to connect your ThinkPad notebook. The other USB3.0 ports are ideal for connecting memory keys, external storage devices and other productivity accessories as needed. Additional ports on the ThinkPad Workstation dock include a 10/1000 Gigabit Ethernet connection, 2x Display 1.2 Ports, 1x DVI-D port, 1x HDMI 1.4 port, 1 x Stereo/Mic Combo Audio Port and 1 x VGA port. The dock comes with a 230W AC adapter to power and charge your mobile workstation notebook.
Features and Benefits:
• 6x USB 3.0, one supports always-on USB charging
• 10/1000 Gigabit Ethernet, supports enterprise manageability
• 2x DisplayPort 1.2*
• 1x DVI-D*
• 1x HDMI 1.4*
• 1x VGA*
• 1x Stereo/Mic Combo Audio Port
• Driver-free, perfect video quality
• Security Lock conveniently secures both your notebook and dock to your desk with a single key
• Physical rear alignment for a perfect dock every time
• Smaller desktop footprint vs. Series 3 docking stations
• Comes with ThinkPad AC adapter (230W)
*Workstation dock is capable to support up to 4k2k(3840×2160)@60Hz via either 1 of 2 DP ports, or support dual 4k2k@30Hz via 2 DP ports. Actual video output on the dock is based on system video performance since the video signal is passing through from system to the Workstation dock. Some of the video ports do have exclusive use and are also dependent on the docked ThinkPad configuration.
For detailed information please visit Display and Video Output Configurations