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Designed in California | Belkin story of design and quality.

Thoughtfully crafted.

Our seamlessly integrated docks, hubs, and adapters are thoughtfully crafted to elevate your workspace while maintaining a sleek and sophisticated aesthetic. From doubling as a laptop stand to incorporating a built-in power supply for reduced size, our products redefine versatility and style.

Unmatched performance.

We stay ahead by constantly innovating with the latest tech and listening to consumer feedback. Our rigorous compatibility tests span laptops, tablets, mobile devices, monitors, and peripherals, ensuring smooth integration into your setup.

Seamless single-cable solutions and port expansions make it easier to work, learn, create and game.

Safe by design.

With FCC, CE, ETL and UL 60950* power supply safety certification, rest assured your devices are powered with utmost reliability.

We have numerous rounds of prototyping and stress tests which have brought added features such as UV protection and thermal control.

*Federal Communications Commission, Conformité Européenne (European Conformity), Electrical Testing Laboratories, and Underwriters Laboratories 60950-1 standard specifies requirements intended to reduce risks of fire, electric shock, or injury.

Docks & Hubs FAQ

A docking station is an electronic device that allows for connection between a laptop and many other items through a single USB-C port. It can connect to external monitors, SD Cards, USB-A products, headphones, and many other connections. Docking stations help turn your laptop into a desktop. Additionally, this single connection can also provide power to your laptop, ensureing a fully functional system.

Depending on what you are trying to achieve, a docking station allows for multiple connections to your laptop. Users of docking stations utilize them to expand the use of their laptop with a second or multiple screens and allows them to plug in multiple devices through a single USB-C port. The single cable can also be used to power their laptop.

Generally yes. Through a single USB-C port, most laptops that have a USB-C port are able to utilize a docking station. However, it is always good to check the specs on the laptop and the product specs to ensure compatibility.

Yes. Docking stations can charge a laptop but it is important to review the product specs if this is a key consideration. 

A docking station turns a laptop into a desktop complete with wall power to charge the laptop and adds additional ports to your computer. A hub provides additional ports to the laptop to expand functionality but does not always allow for pass-through charging for your laptop.

A docking station allows users to connect many devices to their laptops through a single cable. The docking station permits extensive use of peripherals and makes it easy to connect and disconnect a device to take it anywhere. Docking stations also charge the laptop through a single connection.

A Thunderbolt hub offers the simplest, most reliable, and fastest docking solutions for connecting all the accessories on your desk with a single reversible cable. It provides 40Gbps of bandwidth for increased productivity and expands ports for storage, displays, and Ethernet that some laptops may be missing.

USB-C hubs work on most laptops that have a USB-C port. It is essential to check the hub's product compatibility to ensure it works with your device. Alternatively, your laptop maker should have information available about which hubs work for the product.

Most users connect one USB-C hub to a laptop but multiple hubs can be used if the laptop has multiple USB-C ports. 

Generally, no. A USB hub acts as an intermediate device and a conduit between your laptop and connected peripherals and accessories. A hub can provide maximum speeds and bandwidths accordingly to the specs of your laptop and host devices.