In addition to common Microsoft Windows devices, this dock also supports the Apple MacBook Air / Pro M1 and M2, as well as Macbook Pro 2020 Intel
The port replicator from IPC fulfills all the tasks that a port replicator can do great. It is independent of the model and manufacturer and can be connected to any free USB port. This means that you can use your notebook even when it is closed. You can find more information here .
Due to its simple and modern design, the IPC port replicator fits perfectly to every modern workplace and it combines the numerous cables in one place. It eliminates the time-consuming connection of all peripheral devices when you return to the workplace and lets you use your notebook flexibly and mobile.
When it comes to specifications, the PRIPC1 doesn't miss out either. An outstanding feature is the support of up to two 4K / 2K monitors. Alternatively, it also supports the connection of a 5K monitor. With its numerous connections, it also offers the option of connecting accessories as required. The IPC port replicator has 4 USB 3.0 connections for mouse, keyboard, printer and other equipment. Its two USB-C ports complete the extensive connectivity options. With the 100W power supply included in the scope of delivery, the notebook can, if it supports this, be supplied and charged via USB-C by the IPC port replicator. An additional power supply unit is not necessary here.
Compare the power (watts) of the power supply unit that matches your notebook with the power supply unit included with this docking station. Please note that the included power supply supports a maximum of 60W. If your notebook has a higher power consumption, you still need the power supply of your device for operation. To operate the notebook via a USB 3.0 / 2.0 connection, a power supply unit must still be connected to the notebook, as charging with this type of connection is technically not possible.
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There are no restrictions as such. Unfortunately, Netflix is not supported by Displaylink and therefore cannot be used.
Windows: This is possible without any problems. Often you only have to make a change in the display settings.
MacOS: Since you are using the docking station in combination with the Displaylink software, this is unfortunately not possible. Unfortunately, Displaylink does not support vertical use.
Yes, you can operate both a Macbook Air/Pro M1 or a Macbook Air/Pro M2 with the docking station.
The M1 and M2 processors only differ in performance.
Yes, this is possible without any problems. If you want to use two external screens, please make sure that the marked fields "Display 1" & "Display 2" are occupied once each.
Unfortunately, there have always been compatibility problems in the past. Therefore, we do not recommend its use with Mac mini.
If after the last Windows update you are no longer able to connect several screens via the PRIPC1 docking station and you receive the error message "DisplayLink USB Graphics Device: Driver error", your docking station is not defective. There are two possible solutions:
1. please try downloading and installing the latest display drivers:
2. If updating the drivers does not solve the problem, you can try to manually uninstall the last installed Windows update:
Caution: Not all Windows updates can be uninstalled.
If it is not possible to uninstall the update or if it does not solve the problem, you are unfortunately usually powerless and have to rely on another Windows update to solve the problem.
On 24 October 2022, the macOS Ventura operating system was released for many Macs.
You download version 1.8 on the DisplayLink page and everything should work smoothly again afterwards.
Technically speaking, a more powerful power supply can be used without any problems and does not pose any danger to your device, as it always draws as much energy as it currently needs. The only disadvantage is the usually higher price of the more powerful product.
In order to use your docking station or port replicator, you need the appropriate drivers. The easiest way to find these drivers is directly from the manufacturer of the docking station/port replicator. You will usually need the serial number or the exact model name.
The driver for our in-house port replicator can be found on our info page for the IPC port replicator.
Yes, as general rule this is possible. Although you have to consider the power capacity and the type of the connection.
The most remarkeble advantages in comparison to USB3.0, are a faster data transmission rate and the possibility to charge the device via USB-C. Also is USB-C becoming the default option for more and more devices.
On the one hand you have to consider the compatibility of your device. If your laptop has no USB-C connection, it can cause problems with newer models. On the other hand the port replicator has to produce enough power and can not convert less watts than your Notebook needs. At last you can choose how many and what type of connections for peripherals you need.
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