CalDigit USB-C Gen2 10Gb/s SOHO Dock – Up to 4K 60Hz, HDMI 2.0b, HDR, DisplayPort 1.4, 10Gb/s USB A & USB C, UHS-II microSD and SD Card Readers, Bus Power and Passthrough Charging Support


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  • [8 Ports of Connectivity] 2 x USB-C 10Gb/s (Host/Data), 1 x USB-C (Passthrough Charging), 1 x USB-A 10Gb/s, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0b, 1 x UHS II SD, 1 x UHS II microSD [MAC & WINDOWS COMPATIBLE] USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 port that supports DP 1.4 required for full 4K 60Hz...

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    I have a m1 macbook air and a lg 27ul550 4k monitor. There is a color problem in dp port. The hdmi port has to be tried several times before it can be connected. Poor compatibility with m1 macbook or poor compatibility with lg monitor
    This product was well reviewed on blogs and Youtube and was a bit cheaper than CalDigit's TS3 Hub so I purchased it.I've had this device for a week and these are my initial impressions:1) Just a bit shy on USB-C ports and USB-A ports. I do a lot of backups and drive duplication on a weekly basis, so would appreciate a hub that has 2 USB-A ports or 2 USB-B ports to allow for A/B backups. As it is I'm having to use additional dongles and hubs to facilitate volume duplication.2) The SoHo hub has difficulty mounting external hard disk drives. I recently had a 4TB WD drive become damaged after connecting it to the SoHo and it failed to mount on my MacBook Pro. Luckily I have a backup of that damaged drive but the incident doesn't inspire confidence.3) The main I/O USB-C port is located on the right side of hub. If you have a setup where the laptop is on the left side of the desk and your monitor is on the right side it creates an awkward situation where the cable doubles back on itself. Might work better if it was located in the back to make it more agnostic.I was hoping for this product to replace my Satechi Type-C slim hub in my backpack but I don't trust the CalDigit Soho anymore for that.My hope is that the V2 of this product offers 2 USB-A ports, 2 USB-C ports, better placement of the main I/O port and more reliable mounting of external HD drives. Thunderbolt 3 compatibility would be appreciated as well.Until then I think a $60 slim hub USB-C adapter works much better for most people.Update (August 2021)I use this device weekly for photo and video shoots to offload media cards to duo SSDs (Primary and backup). It powers SSD drives very easily, I don't connect HDD drives to it anymore however, will connect it to the laptop itself.I originally paid $100 when it was first released, I thought it was overpriced then after using the device for a while but the lowered price of $70 makes it a good value in terms of USB-C hubs.I would love to see a Thunderbolt 3 hub in this form factor.
    Really wanted this to work but I was let down, the dock with my new m1 macbook had lots of issues when connecting to my Asus external monitor. Sometimes I would get green distorted images on the monitor or all grey no signal image. Wake from sleep on this dock as awful. Many times I had to open the macook till the image was output to external. just a head ache.

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