ThinkPad USB-C Dock, 40A90090AU – Dock for X1 Yoga G2, Australia/NZ/Fiji/PNG
The ThinkPad USB-C Dock is a new universal docking solution ensuring a productive workstation. Experience all your productivity needs including video, data, and wired network all while delivering continuous power to your laptop via a robust USB Type-C port. Simply connect your laptop or tablet with the dock and boost your productivity in no time. Single UHD display30Hz or dual FHD displays allows you to enjoy a vivid video experience.
|ThinkPad OneLink+ Dock (40A40090XX)|
4k2k Display Capability:
The following matrix shows the multi video outputs with maximum resolution on ThinkPad Yoga 260 docked with ThinkPad OneLink+ Dock
|Display||LCD||Dock DP 1||Dock DP 2||Dock VGA|
|Single Display||Depends on system||–||–||–|
Notice: As long as you attached a 4K monitor to the dock, regardless what resolution you set up, your display capability is limited to single external monitor output. It`s not supported to attach a second monitor.
Always Connected via USB Type-C Connect the ThinkPad USB-C Dock to your laptop or tablet with a single cable and get immediate connectivity to multiple displays, a wired network, your audio device of choice, and all your USB peripherals. A Power Hub for Your Desk Experience up to 60W of stable, reliable, and continuous power for your laptop or tablet ensuring your station is always ready for peak productivity. Apart from charging your notebook or tablet and mobile device charging with 15W and 10.5W from the USB-C port and USB 3.0 always power on port respectively. An Unprecedented View Enjoy a vivid video experience with an Ultra High Definition (UHD – 4K) display or take multi-tasking to a new level two FHD (1080p) displays. An Enterprise Flagship Supports network manageability for your ThinkPad system such as PXE boot, system Wake-On LAN from Sleep mode, Hibernate mode, or Power-off mode, and Pass through ThinkPad notebook MAC address to the dock. Complete Control of Your Device Once your ThinkPad device is connected to the dock, the power button on the dock mirrors the system power button – simply press it to power your system ON or OFF.