As we speak, Jsaux’s taking the wraps off its $89.99 HB1201 and $59.99 HB0801 (by way of Overkill.wtf), with the previous its most superior dock but. It’s a 12-in-1 dual-monitor dock providing as much as 4K120 over each HDMI and DisplayPort, plus 100W passthrough USB-C PD charging, each full-size SD and microSD readers, and a bunch of ordinary USB ports, too.
Right here’s the total visible breakdown:
Oh, and people RGB gamer lights? Jsaux says you possibly can management them with OpenRGB from each Home windows and Linux. (I desire SignalRGB due to the easier setup, however that’s simply me.)
The dock undoubtedly nonetheless has some limitations: the USB-A ports and the additional USB-C port are all restricted to 5W output, which means a few of your exterior drives could not work. The SD card slots prime out at a paltry 480Mbps, and you’ll’t use each of them without delay. And you’ll’t use these docks with a Nintendo Change.
Additionally, the cheaper $60 model ditches USB 3.2 solely — it’s able to simply 5Gbps over its USB ports and has a single HDMI port that tops out at 4K60.
However there’s one seeming redaction that I really desire: as an alternative of a set USB-C cable like many docks, the brand new Jsaux comes with a removable 1.2 foot USB-C 3.2 100W right-angle charging cable that ought to make it simpler to adapt to handhelds of various shapes and sizes.
It nonetheless comes with the built-in aluminum heatsink for passive warmth dissipation and the additional hair-trigger and longer-throw again buttons.
Whereas it’s not clear how the RGB backplate is powered or activated from Jsaux’s product itemizing, the corporate tells us it has its personal battery and change. We’re asking for extra element.
Each peripherals ought to be accessible this July, Jsaux tells us.
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