Belkin Introduces USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD

Belkin has announced the Australian availability of its USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD.

“There is increasing consumer demand for more power, more connectivity and more convenience, and we’ve answered that call with this new dock,” said Andrew Camba, Director of Product Management, Belkin.

“As more devices accept power delivery and consumers have a wide variety of electronics that need to connect and communicate with one another, we are making good on our promise to help people realise how the power of technology makes their lives better, easier and more fulfilling. Now people can connect, power, communicate, sync and transfer data, using one dock and one cable.”

Delivering speed, power and efficient charging through a single one-metre cable, this new dock allows consumers to connect up to eight devices and take advantage of 4K HDMI video output, gigabit Ethernet connection, and crystal-clear audio in and out.

Belkin say that Power Priority technology keeps the main device charged while sending 60W of power delivery where it’s needed by assessing each connected device’s size and charging needs, then distributing power accordingly so all devices receive an optimal charge.

In Australia, the USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD will cost RRP $369.95

In New Zealand, the USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD will cost RRP $389.95 

The new USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD is available now at Harvey Norman, Belkin.com and leading retailers across Australia and New Zealand.


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