Targus USB-C Dual HDMI 4K Docking Station review

A Dual 4K video dock with 100W pass through charging

Targus USB-C Dual HDMI 4K Docking Station on a wooden surface
(Image: © Paul Hatton / Digital Camera World)

Digital Camera World Verdict

The Targus USB-C 4K Dual Monitor Travel Dock gives users a dual monitor setup for 4K resolution at 60Hz. The included SD and MicroSD card slots will suit photographers and video editors who want a streamlined workflow for transferring their media. It is from here that the dock starts to struggle a bit. USB-A ports only give transfer speeds of up to 5Gbps and the placement of the ports means you don't have all the ports that you want day-to-day accessible on the same side. This makes it functionally not very well designed.


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    100W pass-through power

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    Dual 4K at 60Hz

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    1 Gb Ethernet


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    5Gbps data transfer rate

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    No on-board power

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    Strange port placement

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This USB-C dock delivers dual 4K at 60Hz via two HDMI 2.0 ports. 100 watts of pass-through power is available but a USB-C PD power adapter must be purchased separately. There are two USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 ports with one for fast charging if a power adapter is connected. Stable connectivity comes through a 1Gb Ethernet connection. There are also SD and Micro SD card slots.

(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.