Anker 568 USB-C Docking Station (11-in-1, USB4) has just arrived
The Anker 568 USB-C Docking Station (11-in-1, USB4) has been launched. The gadget has 11 ports, including a 100 W USB4 upstream port to fast charge your laptop, with 40 Gbps bandwidth. You can link up to three monitors in total across a 4K@60 HZ HDMI 2.0 port and two DisplayPorts, supporting resolutions up to 8K@30Hz. When all three monitors are connected, the maximum supported resolution is 4K@30Hz.
You can charge two other gadgets via a pair of 30 W USB-C ports with a 10 Gbps transfer rate. Also on the 568 dock are two USB-A 2.0 ports and two USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 ports with up to 5 Gbps data transfer speeds. Other features include a gigabit Ethernet port and a Kensington NanoSave Lock Slot. The device is powered via a 180 W DC input and comes with a 3.3 ft (~1 m) USB4 cable and power adapter. Plus, you can get the latest firmware updates for the device via the Anker Dock Manager app.
The docking station measures 8.27 x 3.15 x 1.22-in (~210 x 80 x 31.0 mm). The Anker 568 USB-C Docking Station (11-in-1, USB4) is available in the US for US$299.99 and in the UK for £299.99 at the Anker Store and Amazon. Customers in the UK can save 15% off the MSRP at the Anker Store with code OTXGXYJQ. It is unclear when the gadget could launch in other markets.