WiGig wireless dock available with USB Type-C technology

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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WiGig’s amazing technology plunges you right in the middle of the most modern features with its wireless docking. Imagine how convenient it is to connect your laptop to Ethernet, a USB keyboard, a mouse and a monitor without a single wire. This is what WiGig can do for you.

Many people equate wireless connections with sub-par quality that leads to lag, low-quality video and slow working peripherals. However, this is not totally the case.

Today, Toshiba announced its WiGig Dock. The device is really useful with two USB 3.0 connections, two USB 2.0 hubs, a 3.5 mm audio jack, gigabit Ethernet, HDMI support, and a DisplayPort. Moreover, it also brings a USB-C port good for connecting to other machines that can’t handle WiGig. As such, you can turn it from a wireless docking station to a wired one.

It can also accommodate maximum two extra displays with HD or 4k resolution, depending on each case. This Toshiba product can offer 2560×1600 resolution in single display mode and 1920×1200 in double display mode. If you connect it through the USB Type-C ports, you can even enjoy 3840x2160p, or 4k, quality.

Toshiba explained this product will offer USB Sleep and Charge technology developed by them. With this, you can charge the device even when you don’t connect the laptop to the dock. For your convenience, the company declared it placed two extra USB 3.0 ports on the front of the device so you can easily plug it in and unplug it afterwards.



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