What is Targus used for?

What is Targus used for?

Both the name of a physical port plug/receptacle and the name of the audio/video data protocol most often running on it. Primarily used with consumer video devices, TVs, and projectors. Most Targus docking stations support HDMI 1.2 and newer models HDMI 2.0 audio/video for higher resolutions.

Is Targus compatible with Mac?

Why Buy a Targus Docking Station? Our docks work with Mac® and PC platforms, as well as with Chrome OS™, Android™, and Linux®.

Do docking stations have drivers?

Are you experiencing issues while using your laptop connected to a docking station? Especially when new, docking stations need to have their firmware (called drivers) updated for optimal performance.

How do I get my DisplayLink to work?

Check the device is recognised on the USB bus

  1. Check the DisplayLink device does not appear under “Other devices”.
  2. Unplug all cables from the device, then reconnect power (if needed) then the USB cable.
  3. Check the USB port with another device to make sure other devices are recognised.

How do I use DisplayLink on PC?

DisplayLink makes using multiple monitors easy. Just install the DisplayLink software and connect a USB cable between the DisplayLink enabled monitor/adapter/peripheral and your PC. DisplayLink’s software will automatically configure the monitor for optimal picture quality and stores those settings for future use.

Why is a docking station needed?

Docking stations give laptop users the best of both worlds. They allow portability whilst easily enabling employees to work at an office desk. A USB docking station turns your laptop into a desktop powerhouse, providing full connectivity to monitors, LAN, the internet, printers, and more.

Does Targus Docking Station work with Macbook Pro?

The laptop luggage pioneer has unveiled a new version of the Targus USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Dual Video Docking Station, adding support for Apple MacBooks as well as Windows 7 and Windows 8 Pro laptops and tablets, physically connecting any USB 3.0-capable computing device to nearly a dozen I/O ports with a single cable.