Genuine Original Dell Docking Station Dock for Venue 11 Pro , 3 x USB 3.0 Ports , GIGABIT Network Port , HDMI Output , DisplayPort , Stereo headphone out sockets , complete with 45W AC Adapter & UK Mains Power Cable , Dell P/N : P4G12 , 8V60G , 7516N , GC0H4 , 452-BBIC
Genuine Original Dell Docking Station Dock for Venue 11 Pro , Tablet featured in the pictures are for reference only and obviously not included in the sale.
Convenient, space-saving design The Dell Tablet Dock offers convenient docking and port replication in a compact design. Quickly connect your Dell Venue 11 Pro to external displays, wired networks and desktop peripherals. The design provides a sturdy docking station for your tablet and keeps it secured at a convenient angle when in use.
Multiple USB ports for expandability Create a desktop-like experience by connecting multiple peripherals to your Dell Tablet dock. The three USB 3.0 ports let you connect keyboards, mice, USB flash drives and other USB devices. A 3.5mm audio line out allows for an easy connection for speakers, headphones or headsets.
Compatibility: Venue 11 Pro Overview Full productivity powerhouse on your desk: The Dell Tablets expand to a traditional desktop setup with the optional productivity dock. Sturdy and ergonomic in design, power users can quickly connect to dual monitors*, a printer, a network connection as well as keyboard, mouse, and an MP3 player using the four available USB3.0 ports. * Dual display available with the Venue 11 Pro tablets models 7130 and 7139
3 x USB 3.0 Ports , 10/100 Network Port , HDMI Output , DisplayPort , Stereo headphone out sockets , complete with 45W AC Adapter & UK Mains Power Cable , Dell P/N : P4G12 , 8V60G , 7516N , GC0H4 , 452-BBIC ,
I use this with a venue 11 5130. The UTP is a upt via usb2. So its not a 1Gb connection. Also the usb connectors seem more usb2 than usb3 speed. Build quality is good. Charger is faster than the stock one! Can connect a big monitor, keyboard and mouse to make it a "normal" computer! Its a bit fiddly to put the tablet on the connector.
I previously had an earlier version of these for an earlier Dell Latitude ST Tablet (now with my son). The old one had the same proprietary connector that charged the tablet itself. The new Dell Venue is charged via USB - and this docking is powered through a small plug. This is an awful design. Why Dell did not use the bigger size plug they use on their laptop is beyond me. This small plug is a very poor fit and is prone to the connection failing - though there is a light on the front so you can see when it has. I have had to position it carefully on my desk and try to support/hold the power socket in place. Based on just that, I would have awarded it one star - however it does offer a decent range of ports and connectors that all seem to work fine so once the power cord is stuck in place with blue-tack it works.
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This is a great dock station. Built solid (metal), it adds 3 USB ports, ethernet, HDMI and display port. For less than half the price at which Dell sells it on its website, it is really a bargain. Recommended.
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