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Anker 675 USB-C Docking Station (12-in-1, Monitor Stand) with 10Gbps USB-C Ports, 4K@60Hz HDMI Display, for Wireless Charging Pad, Lenovo ThinkPad, MacBook Pro M1 / M2 and More USB-C Devices

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Additionally, there are peripherals including both 8K USB-C to DisplayPort and HDMI adapters, hub mounts, and cable selections designed for enterprise infrastructure in the office space such as meeting rooms. The Anker 778 offers quadruple monitor connectivity, allowing users to output media to a single display at 8K@30Hz or 4K@60Hz using the Thunderbolt 4 port or up to three additional displays at 4K@30Hz while utilizing the HDMI and dual DisplayPort ports. A similar picture emerges with the charging speed: Of the promised 45 watts of PowerDelivery via USB-C 3.2 Gen2, I only got a maximum of 29 watts at peak with a connected notebook as well as smartphone and tablet. Speaking of chargers, the wireless charging pad is on the top-right of the monitor stand. Its placement is likely why there are no additional ports on the right side of the stand but having wireless charging at the ready is handy enough that I'll allow it. There's also a power button if you ever decide you need to shut everything off, I guess? Anthony Karcz

Anker 675 review: Practical docking station including monitor Anker 675 review: Practical docking station including monitor

While I use a standing desk, getting the monitor height just right can be a pain without using an articulating monitor arm. The problem with those is that they prevent you from pushing your desk up against the wall and they droop over time (not a lot, just enough that you start to wonder every morning if your monitor is lower than yesterday, after which you lose 10 minutes of your day futzing with the arm). In practice, the Anker 675 cuts a very good figure and provides a stable base for a monitor placed on it. In my eyes, the monitor stand masters all its core competencies impeccably.

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I was not fully convinced by the speeds in the Anker 675 test. However, that does not apply to the Qi charging pad, which realizes the specified 10 watts and 7.5 watts for the iPhone, respectively. The Anker 568 and Anker 778 offer the ability to simultaneously output to multiple displays, so users can enjoy stunning visuals on up to three or four displays at once, respectively. Power Your Entire Workstation: With a 100W max USB-C upstream port to charge your laptop, 2 USB-C Power Delivery ports sharing 45W, 3 USB-A ports for smaller devices, and a wireless charging pad for your phone, you have more than enough options to keep your whole workspace powered up. User-Friendly Design: By raising your monitor off the desk, you'll be able to sit up straight instead of slouching—promoting a healthier posture and a more comfortable work experience.

Anker 675 USB-C Docking Station(12-in-1, Monitor Stand

About Anker InnovationsAnker Innovations is a global leader in charging technology and a developer of unique, consumer electronic products that support premium audio, mobile entertainment, and the emerging smart home space. This innovation is being led by its six key brands: Anker, AnkerWork, eufy, Nebula, soundcore and AnkerMake. More information on Anker Innovations and its various brands can be found at anker.com. It's a nice collection of ports and more than gets the job done. I appreciate that there are slots underneath the external ports so that I can route the cables and hide away the chargers they're connected to.

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