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New DOCK120 Targus Universal Docking Station


Like the Targus ACP70, the DOCK120 is the recommended solutions for entry level docking applications.  The DOCK120 has the following performance features:

  1. Works on all OS Windows, Linux, Android and OS-X with just a single USB 3.0 connection.  No need for Thunderbolt, Type-C USB, or any other less ubiquitous connection and yes it will perform in most applications with just a USB 2.0 connection!
  2. 2560×1600/1440 @ 60 FPS on the single DisplayPort (DP) monitor port or dual 2048×1152 @ 60 FPS on any two of DP, DVI-I, or HDMI.  The DVI-I can be used with a passive converter (not included) for VGA and the HDMI can be converted to DVI-D with a passive converter (not included).  The DOCK120 is a great entry level solution because is support all four types of external monitor connections natively.
  3. Two USB 2.o plus two USB 3.0 ports, one BC1.2 high power charging port for charging portables.
  4. Audio input/output port and Gigabit Ethernet port enables faster, more reliable, and more secure connections to the LAN/WAN than most wireless technologies.
  5. K-lock port compatible with Targus locking cables and dual locks.
  6. Wedge design supports comfortable typing angle or laptops.  Non-Slip grips keep your laptop from slipping.
  7. Small compact lightweight unit takes up 50% less space than previous horizontal designs.
  8. Cool blue LED clearly indicates when dock power is supplied.
  9. Premium two-tone finish to be envied.
  10. 3-year limited warranty.  Never need another dock again.



SKU DOCK120USZ-51 / Model DOCK120: Original Version Model

SKU DOCK120USZ-60 / Model DOCK121: TAA Compliant version with added resettable fuse for incorrect PSU insertions.

Categories: Main, Update

2 replies

  1. The LAN Ethernet connection is not recognized from my ASUS laptop using Windows 7 as shown in the device manager section of the control panel.


    • Be sure to reboot the PC after installing the latest software for the dock. Also, be sure there is no utility from Asus keeping the wired LAN from being enabled in lieu of the wireless LAN. Be sure the Ethernet cable is plugged in and good on both end (works with another PC). After that, swap out the DOCK120 in case it indeed has a defective GbE port.


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