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I think you can use this one from amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Adapter-Monitor-Display-Docking-Charging/dp/B08BYJYC5K According to the description, it supports extending your desktop over USB-c, but it only works if you have thunderbolt or DP alt mode on both of your laptops. Your monitors need both displayport and hdmi for it to work properly, because ...


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We have USB type C docking stations that have 4 USB ports. 2 are USB 2.0, and 2 are USB 3.0 It provide 100% power to the laptop Gigabit networking They also run 2 1080p displays at the same time. I haven't look at the specs so I don't know if it support 4k, but I imaging there are docking stations that support 4k@60hz.


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A Thunderbolt 3 hub should work. If you are using a MacBook with a USB C port, it supports Thunderbolt. If you are using a Windows laptop, let me know what computer model is and I'll let you know if your laptop has Thunderbolt 3 on it. A Thunderbolt hub can have many outputs, so you will have to find the one that is tailored to your needs. From reading ...


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Look for a multimedia KVM switch (just as an example: https://www.amazon.com/IOGEAR-4-Port-Multimedia-GCS1794-Compliant/dp/B001V9LQ52)


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As of 1H 2021 no cheap USB hubs exist which would pass the DisplayPort signal. Some hubs are the same as old USB hubs, they take USB signals and emit USB signals and do nothing else. This time, they might do it at 10gbps speed and offer two or four USB C ports. Some examples include the Tripp-lite U460-004-2A2C-2, IOgear GUH3C22P, Sitecom CN-386 (rare C ...


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