Dell WD19 180W Docking Station (130W Power Delivery) USB-C

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Ports: 1x USB-C 3. 1 (Gen 2), 1x USB-A 3. 1 (Gen 1 with power Share), 2x USB-A 3. 1 (Gen 1), 1x combo Audio/ headset, 1x audio out.

Top Positive Review

I have purchased several Asurion protection plans over the years. I have only used the plan maybe twice, but its nice knowing that I have a warranty longer than the manufacturers warranty. It seems like some items always fail shortly after the original warranty. On the occasions where I have had to actually use the warranty, Asurion was easy to deal with to get a refund on the item.

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Top Critical Review

I have purchased several products and protection plans for them with hopes that assurion would fill the gap in the event the products manufacturer is not helpful with their factory warranty. I have tried to make a warranty request through the manufacturer but they are not helping with my issue. I have reached out to assurion for their help since I purchased a 3 year plan (but it is only good for 3 years from date of purchase BUT they dont mention how they will not help until the 1 year manufacturer warranty runs out, therefore this purchase is false advertisement as it really is only a 2 year coverage and doesnt start until 1 year after the purchase.
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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the warranty for this item?
Answer: 30 days warranty.

Does this work with the dell 7380? or do i need the wd19tb?

If you have a thunderbolt port (identified by the lightening bolt symbol by the USB-C port) the WD19 with Thunderbolt capability would be required to use that port in Thunderbolt mode. But if you don’t need Thunderbolt, just a USB-C port, then the none-Thunderbolt WD19 will work just fine. My PC has Thunderbolt but my??

Does this charge a xps 13 the xps 13 comes with a 45 w charger is it compatible for charging and for data transfer to desktop harddrives?
Answer: The USB C connector will provide up to 65watts of power on the WD19.

For other users that require more power than this, you will need the WD19TB or the WD19DC. The WD19DC

Will this support 144hz with the displayport output? if i were to use the thunderbolt connecte?
Answer: I would look into the WD19DC or WD19TB. This is USB-C but not a Thunderbolt dock. Also be sure that your system requires less than 130w of power delivery.

Does this work on laptop that does not support usb-c power? And can I turn this feature off?
Answer: You do not need to power the laptop with the USB-c, but I do think that is required for connecting to the dock to work with the ports.

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