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Dell WD19 130W Docking Station (with 90W Power Delivery) USB-C, HDMI, Dual DisplayPort, Black
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- Ports: 1x USB-C 3.1 (Gen 2), 1x USB-A 3.1 (Gen 1 with PowerShare), 2x USB-A 3.1 (Gen 1), 1x Combo Audio/ Headset, 1x Audio Out.
- Ports: 2x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x HDMI 2.0b, 1x USB-C Multifunction DisplayPort, 1x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45.
- Power: Power Adapter 130 Watt AC 120/230 V (50/60 Hz). Docking Interface: USB-C.
- Dimensions: 8.1 x 3.5 x 1.1 inches. Weight: 20.63 oz.
- See Description for Important Compatibility Information.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 8.89 x 2.79 x 20.57 cm; 1.42 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 23 August 2019
- Manufacturer : Dell Computers
- ASIN : B07SFYV111
- Item model number : WD19 130W
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Dell Dock - WD19 130W. Boost your PC's power on the world's most powerful and first modular USB-C dock with a future-ready design. Recommended and Compatible Systems: Latitude Series: 3301, 3390, 3400, 3490, 3500, 3590, 5280, 5285, 5290, 5300, 5400, 5401, 5480, 5490, 5500, 5501, 5580, 5590, 7200, 7280, 7285, 7300, 7380, 7389, 7390, 7400, 7480, 7490. Rugged Series: 5420, 5424, 7424. XPS Series: 9360, 9365, 9370, 9380. Note: This docking station includes a 130W power adapter, but only delivers 90W of power to the laptop due to the power requirements of the dock itself. Built for the future. Mix and match: Evolve as your needs change with our most versatile dock. The future-ready design lets you swap out modules with ease if you need to do field replacements or upgrade your systems. Ultimate connectivity: USB-C connectivity makes it easier than ever to deliver power, data, audio and video in one convenient cable, no matter what system you use. Clean and clutter-free: Stay productive by mounting your dock behind your monitor or under your desk with the optional, secure VESA mount, that offers complete flexibility with the built-in one-meter cable. Information in a flash: With data transfer speeds of up to 10Gbps, you can stay productive when connected to all your devices. Optimize your workspace. Smooth and seamless: Work without disruptions utilizing a single firmware on our most manageable docks ever. Plus, with Dell Client Command Suite and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, you can quickly and easily update your firmware without rebooting your dock. Secure manageability: Keep your information safe with MAC Address pass-thru and remote port-disablement. Plus, with features like PXE Boot, Wake-on-LAN and more, it's easier than ever to stay
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I used this dock with a Dell 7480 laptop with 6th gen i7, intel hd 520, 16 GB ram and thunderbolt 3 port (Not usb c only) and this laptop was on the list of recommended laptops from dell for this specific dock. I wanted to connect both my 4k 60hz screens via display port to this dock and plug this dock into the TB3 port on my dell 7480 laptop.
All the other ports work but to get video to output is like pulling teeth. So many issues getting multiple displays to work. When plugged in displays show up in the configuration menu but you can't enable or set resolution for them. Unplug one screen, and then video outputs at 1080p 30hz, plug in the other display and both go out. I plugged my TB3 macbook pro in just make sure it's not the dell laptop but the mac was having the same issue the dell laptop was facing.
I asked one of the IT guys who works with a lot of dell laptops at the company I work at and he says that they never found a TB3 dock that can output to multiple displays reliably. TB3 is just not ready.
DO NOT BUY THIS IF YOUR INTENT IS TO OUTPUT TO MULTIPLE DISPLAYS OVER TB3
Best way to output video from laptop to multiple displays is each displays connect to a display output port on laptop. 1 display per port. TB3 is a scam.
It only gets 2 stars because it looks nice and everything else works.
Dell USB-C and Thunderbolt Docks (WD15, TB16, TB18DC, WD19, WD19TB, WD19DC, D6000) - BIOS Settings and Driver Installation for Troubleshooting
This article will guide you through the installation and basic troubleshooting process for Dell USB-C and Thunderbolt Docking Stations WD15, TB16, TB18DC, WD19, WD19TB, WD19DC, and D6000.
Last Modified:13 Mar, 2020
I followed the instructions to update the BIOS settings, and the dock now works properly. Be advised that NOT all of the options mentioned are available in the 9380 BIOS including “enable USB power share” and “allow USB-C dock support”. For now, the dock is working. I did need to plug the USB switching hub into the front USB port on the dock. I hope this helps and good luck. DELL could be a bit more clear about these issues.
When I did have it, however, it worked just as expected. My TV was cutting in and out for about 5 minutes (flashing like every 2-6 seconds), but stopped after some time. Not sure if it was just that unit, or a firmware issue. I updated all the things I could, but it didn't resolve the issue. Just letting it run for some time and it went away. Seemed to happen less the following day, but was still annoying when it was.
I contacted the seller, asking for a refund to return the unit, simply because I purchased the wrong one. They accepted my return, so long as I returned everything. I packed up everything as best I could, even with the bags, and sent it back. Highly recommend the seller, but just be aware that if your computer has a TB connection, you should get the TB version (it's faster, although the HDMI didn't work for me anymore for no apparent reason, despite it having an HDMI port, but it is a common issue).
Not really the fault of the device but simply be aware you'll have to redirect sound to laptop or bluetooth