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UH3233

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UH3233
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USB-C dual-HDMI mini dock 

• Connects USB-C or Thunderbolt™ 3 computer to two HDMI monitors for dual-display video output
• Supports 4K (Ultra-HD) resolutions via single display output
• Supports dual-display video output up to 1920x1080 simultaneously
• Plug and Play - no drivers or external power adapter needed

ATEN UH3233 is a USB-C dual-HDMI mini dock which transforms your USB-C device to a dual monitor workstation. It's compliant with USB 3.1 Type-C specifications and supports dual display mode.

UH3233 can route video from the source device to two HDMI monitors, splitting the video transmission for a dual-view display via a single cable while maintaining a high quality resolution up to 1080p.

UH3233 uses USB-C connections to deliver reliable highspeed data transfers. You can connect up to 128 additional peripherals, including dual HDMI and USB 3.1 Gen1 devices.

UH3233's slim and light design makes it ideal to maximize your workspace and travel with for business on the go.

Features and Benefits
• USB 3.1 Gen1 compliant
• Connects a computer to two HDMI monitors with dual-view output
• Supports 4K (Ultra-HD) resolutions via single display output*
• Supports dual-display video output up to 1920x1080 simultaneously**
• USB 3.1 Gen1 port with data transfer rates up to 5 Gbps
• Plug and Play - no drivers or external power adapter needed

Package Contents
1x UH3233 USB-C Dual-HDMI Mini Dock
1x USB-C to USB-C Cable
1x User Instructions

* With Intel 7th generation Core Processor (Kaby Lake) and above. For video output to work through a USB-C port, it must support DP Alt Mode.
** For dual-view to work, a computers graphics card must support MST technology. Mac computers only support single-view output.