The Mini USB 3.0 Port Replicator for Laptops, model USB31GEVG, enables you to create a mobile workstation by adding VGA and Gigabit Ethernet connection ports to an Ultrabook ™ or laptop, through a single USB 3.0 host connection: Solution ideal when traveling / traveling that offers two connectivity ports not always included in modern computers for mobile use.
This lightweight mini docking station is ideal for mobile environments, includes a built-in cable, and requires no power adapter. Its compact and portable design allows the mini docking station to be conveniently carried in a carrying bag. The USB31GEVG is the ultimate in laptop accessory, consolidating two essential connection ports into one device, eliminating the hassle of carrying multiple adapters.
Adding an external monitor, projector or television to a laptop or desktop computer has never been easier before. This mini multi-function docking station allows better use of the high-bandwidth USB 3.0 interface (5 Gbps) to function as an external graphics card, with VGA output and support for resolutions up to 2048×1152 (QWXGA). It is a versatile solution that allows you to transform a workspace into a shared mobile space, as well as integrating an RJ45 port, which offers faster wired network connections and Gigabit bandwidth in environments where a conventional WiFi connection unreliable or unavailable.
To save time, setup is simple, hassle-free. The Portable Port Replicator automatically downloads the latest driver when connected to a Windows® operating system computer that has an active network connection.
Backed by a StarTech.com 3-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
Makes it easy to work with an Ultrabook or notebook PC on the go or on the go, offering essential connectivity options
An Ultrabook or laptop can be used as a multi-screen workstation, via external monitor support, and run various applications on different screens
Connect a VGA-equipped monitor or projector for viewing multimedia content in home environments, or entertaining presentations in boardrooms