The GIQ Mini USB docking station provides a stable connection and increases the productivity of your device by expanding the female USB C port to multiple possibilities of connectivity.
It can stream/extend video to your monitor/projector/TV with 2*HDMI/1*VGA port from your Laptop.
You can use supper speed usb 3.0 ports(Speed up to 5Gbp/s) to connect your hard drives for your laptop.
card slot support SD & TF card data write and read.
Monitor Compatibility:Supports three high-resolution monitors up to 1920×1200 @ 60Hz. Sunitable for Dual HDMI and VGA displays. DisplayPort displays are not supported.
Software Compatibility:DisplayLink is a flexible and versatile technology that’s great for most users’ workflow. But there are a few scenarios where it’s not the right fit such as gaming and HDCP (copy-protected) content playback from Blu-ray/Netflix/Prime/ iTunes/Hulu/etc.
Power and Charging:This dock does not provide power to the connected laptop or tablet—the usb c port can’t charger you laptop. only supply the dock
Before using Docking Station, you must first download a program “DisplayLink” on your computer, and make sure that the program is running when you use Docking Station. #Please make sure to download the driver on the premise of the latest system# (see the main picture for the download link).
The Docking Station has 3 video output ports: 2 HDMI ports, 1 VGA, but during use, the display mode: AAAA+AABB+AABC (HDMI1 and VGA only display the same screen). When connecting dual or triple monitors, the maximum resolution per monitor will be limited to 1920 x 1080@60Hz.
*Important Note: *With the arrival of the macOS Big Sur 11.0& M1 chip, the operating system applies a stricter security policy to (any) software that requires kernel extensions aka kexts (“kexts” – think of it as a macOS version of “drivers”). The Giq driver installation includes a system extension that is affected by this policy. As a result, the user has to explicitly enable/allow this system extension within ‘Security & Privacy’ in system preferences (after installation and before the software is allowed to run)
Attention for Macbook Pro M1 User: The HDMI/VGA port may not work after restarting the Macbook Pro M1. It is possible that the privacy settings are not set to auto-login. Follow these steps to set it up and it will work properly (please refer to the Installation Manual for details) System Preferences >>Security and Privacy>> -Click the lock to prevent further changes>>Screen Recording>>DisplayLinkUserAgent >>Click + Finally you can see the DisplayLink icon in the upper right corner of the screen, and then you can use DisplayLiink products Note: Click on the DisplayLiink icon to set the auto-start program