USB-C Mini Dock HDMI+USB Sandberg
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Price USD 59.99
S. R. P. ex. VAT:   USD 49.99

Item no.: 136-00
EAN: 5705730136009

Sandberg USB-C Mini Dock HDMI+USB allows you to connect an extra monitor, a TV or a projector to your computer with a USB-C port. In Addition, you get a standard USB 3.0 A port to connect USB devices, as well as a USB-C throughput to connect power. This way your computer can be powered while the dock is connected.

Additional monitor and USB connection.
USB-C port for charging.

  • Aluminum case
  • Input: USB-C Male (Compatible with USB 3.1 Gen. 1, USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1)
  • Outputs: HDMI Female, USB-C female (for power supporting up to 61W), USB 3.0 A female
  • Supports widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9 Full HD 4K video streaming
  • Supports desktop display mirror, extend mode, multi screen mode and screen rotation mode
  • High performance USB Graphics Engine supports 4K/30Hz resolution
  • Automatic recognition of monitor type, resolution, and features.
  • NOTE: Connection of HDMI devices requires the USB-C port of your device to support HDMI Alt Mode.

Compatible with:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 7
  • MacOS


Product Package
Height 1.1 cm 17.5 cm
Width 6.6 cm 10.3 cm
Depth 6.6 cm 2.7 cm
Weight 83 g

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How large a power consumption is supported when charging through the unit?

Max. 30 Watt If your PC has a higher power consumption, you need to choose a different USB-C port on it for charging.

I have a Lenovo Yoga 920 with Windows 10 which cannot find the adapter. Why?

Intel and Lenovo have found an error in BIOS which prevents the Lenovo Yoga 920 from connecting to a USB-C video adapter. Lenovo has released a BIOS update that fixes the problem. Download the fix from Lenovo's website.

I have connected the adapter to my Lenovo Yoga, but why can I not get any photo through?

Lenovo and Intel have found a bug in BIOS, which means a USB-C video unit cannot be correctly recognised. Lenovo has therefore released a BIOS update that fixes the problem. Go to Lenovo to find the fix.

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