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You will have to install the DisplayLink proprietary drivers but it works well on ubuntu and linux mint (cinnamon)
Francois Mainville
· October 22, 2019
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You need an adapter to go from mini display port to full-size display port.
RudyH
· January 27, 2019
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I run a 2018 Macbook Pro with two additional monitors (ASUS), I am charging an iPad, wireless earbuds, an iPhone charging cable, and a kindle charger. All work perfectly. I have the same setup at work and home and no issues.
Chris Ericksen
· November 28, 2019
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I use a USB-C and am able to get 2 display port monitors to run at 4K. With USB-A 3.0 you may not be able to run 2 monitors at 4K resolution.
RudyH
· December 12, 2019
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Following are your options:

1). Up to 3 displays via USB Type-C connection: 1 x 5K; 2 x 4K; 3 x 4K, or … see more
Following are your options:

1). Up to 3 displays via USB Type-C connection: 1 x 5K; 2 x 4K; 3 x 4K, or

2). Up to 2 displays via USB Type-A connection, or

3). 5120 x 2880 @60Hz (2 DP cables required to be plugged in) / 3840 x 2160 @60Hz (single DP/HDMI cable required), or

4). Three display out only available via USB Type-C connection. Maximum two display out for USB 3.0 Type-A connection. see less
Following are your options:

1). Up to 3 displays via USB Type-C connection: 1 x 5K; 2 x 4K; 3 x 4K, or

2). Up to 2 displays via USB Type-A connection, or

3). 5120 x 2880 @60Hz (2 DP cables required to be plugged in) / 3840 x 2160 @60Hz (single DP/HDMI cable required), or

4). Three display out only available via USB Type-C connection. Maximum two display out for USB 3.0 Type-A connection.

Joe G.
· June 9, 2020
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It supports three monitors 1820x1200 simultaneously. I have only used it on a Windows system
Julio Melchor
· October 2, 2020
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Technically that should work, but if that's the case unless you're buying this dock in anticipation of using it in the future there are a multitude of cheaper options that would give you similar functionality.
Joe G.
· May 6, 2020
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The plug end is not the issue as it as a USB-A adapter on the cord. You have to be mindful of the machine's specs or in layman's terms how how is your old laptop.

"Dell Universal Dock D6000 works with any PC equipped with USB 3.0 Type-A / USB Type-C / Thunderbolt ™ 3. However, bandwidth is capped at USB 3.1 Gen1 (5G… see more
The plug end is not the issue as it as a USB-A adapter on the cord. You have to be mindful of the machine's specs or in layman's terms how how is your old laptop.

"Dell Universal Dock D6000 works with any PC equipped with USB 3.0 Type-A / USB Type-C / Thunderbolt ™ 3. However, bandwidth is capped at USB 3.1 Gen1 (5Gbps)."

The real thing you have to look for is USB3.0, if your machine has it - this will work to some degree of success. If you don't have USB3.0 it will not work for you. see less
The plug end is not the issue as it as a USB-A adapter on the cord. You have to be mindful of the machine's specs or in layman's terms how how is your old laptop.

"Dell Universal Dock D6000 works with any PC equipped with USB 3.0 Type-A / USB Type-C / Thunderbolt ™ 3. However, bandwidth is capped at USB 3.1 Gen1 (5Gbps)."

The real thing you have to look for is USB3.0, if your machine has it - this will work to some degree of success. If you don't have USB3.0 it will not work for you.

Joe G.
· June 9, 2020
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It has displayport output, but I am not sure if it supports this resolution/refresh rate. The technical specs should indicate that. It does require a USB-C port connection to run 2 monitors at 4K.
RudyH
· March 5, 2020
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It wouldn't as it is a MacBook pro limitation. It only allows up to 2 monitors through a single thunderbolt/usb c port.
Syed Ajlal Haider Naqvi
· February 14, 2020