Kensington AD2010T4 Thunderbolt 4 Docking Station review

A dual 4K docking station with a total of 13 ports

Kensington AD2010T4 docking station on a wooden surface
(Image: © Paul Hatton / Digital Camera World)

Digital Camera World Verdict

Kensington's Thunderbolt 4 docking station boasts 13 ports for substantial versatility. The Thunderbolt 4 port enables a single screen at 8K resolution with dual capabilities available through HDMI at 4K 60Hz. The dock is well built with a metal and plastic construction that gives it a beautiful premium feel. Photographers and videographers will be pleased with the SD and MicroSD card ports. More affordable options do exist but not with this many ports


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    8K single display and dual 4K

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    A total of 13 ports

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    Premium materials


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    On the larger side

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    Only 1 USB-C port

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Kensington's Dual 4K can connect to a range of devices including dual 4K monitors. A total of 13 ports are well spread across USB-A, USB-C, HDMI, and SD card to name a few. This docking station is a great all-around that delivers everything but a dual 8K display. The inclusion of a 3.5mm audio port completes the spec.

(Image credit: Paul Hatton / Digital Camera World)

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Paul Hatton
Freelance tech writer

Paul is a digital expert. In the 20 years since he graduated with a first-class honours degree in Computer Science, Paul has been actively involved in a variety of different tech and creative industries that make him the go-to guy for reviews, opinion pieces, and featured articles. With a particular love of all things visual, including photography, videography, and 3D visualisation Paul is never far from a camera or other piece of tech that gets his creative juices going. You'll also find his writing in other places, including Creative Bloq, Digital Camera World, and 3D World Magazine.