I would recommend the Plugable UD-ULTC4K. It connects to the USB-C port of your laptop and will charge it up to 100W of power.
It has three HDMI and three DisplayPort connectors. HDMI and DisplayPort connector #1 uses USB Alt-Mode video and supports HDCP along with a maximum resolution of 4K @ 60 Hz. This port draws from the laptop’s GPU for graphics.
Ports #2 and #3 use DisplayLink and have a max resolution of 4K (3840x2160) @ 60 Hz.
This docking station has a gigabit ethernet jack, four USB 3.0 ports, two 3.5mm audio ports for wired headphones and a microphone, a USB-C port to charge your smartphone, and a card reader.
Resolutions higher than 3840x2160 are not officially supported. With that said, some of our customers have reported success using 5120x1440 resolution.
There are a few important limitations of DisplayLink technology. DisplayLink uses a proprietary compressed video stream that is partially generated by both your computer’s CPU and GPU and is a “virtual” video adapter. Because the video is compressed and packetized as data, then reassembled by the DisplayLink chip, the pacing of new frames of video can be inconsistent, particularly if large portions of the content being sent through DisplayLink are changing (such as with video playback). In addition, the refresh rate is capped at 60 Hz.
Because of how DisplayLink provides video, video outputs provided by DisplayLink technology should only be used to display content like office applications and web browser windows, not games or video content. HDCP is not supported so streaming services like Netflix, Apple TV+, and Amazon Prime Video may not work. You shouldn’t experience any video lag with apps like Zoom and Google Meet.
I hope this information is helpful! Let me know if you have any other questions!