Satechi’s Aluminum Mini Docking Station connects to your Windows 10 PC and keeps your desk tidy

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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Sometimes you need to connect many devices to your computer and your desk can turn into a mess. Cables everywhere, you no longer know where your  mouse is, it’s been a week since you can’t find that USB flash-drive. And the most annoying situation is when you need to connect one last device but there are no ports available. Tough choice!

But you can avoid these situations with the new Satechi Aluminum Mini Docking Station. This device helps you to organize your desk and put all the things in one place.This hub connects to your computer via USB and is equipped with four USB 3.0 ports, a gigabit ethernet port, one HDMI and one DVI video connections, and a 3.5mm port.

This Docking Station is very small and won’t get in your way when you’re working. It is very useful at home and at the office. Thanks to this docking station, you’ll no longer need a projector when you deliver a presentation. Simply connect the computer and then plug in the HDMI cord. You can connect your computer to two monitors at the same time, but in that case the video output is limited to 2K per monitor.

Satechi aluminium docking station Windows 10

The four USB 3.0 Ports allow you to quickly transfer data between your computer and various devices such as your camera, smartphone, music player or flash drive with speeds up to 5Gbps. If you need to connect to the Internet, use the Ethernet port, it supports 10/100/1000Mbps for high-speed connectivity. Share files and download large folders in the blink of an eye.

The only downside would be the lack of USB-C connectivity, but we can’t really complain given the number of ports, can we? Also, this docking station does not charge your battery.

Buy now the Satechi’s Aluminum Mini Docking Station from Satechi for $149.99 and save $20.

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