I am looking for a USB 3.0 Laptop Docking Station that actually works. I previously purchased a Targus ACP71 that I spent 2 days trying to make the external displays work. I downloaded the newest USB Drivers from Intel, newest drivers from DisplayLink and Targus. On the third day, I gave up and called Targus. They stated that their product is not compatible with laptops that have dual Video Display Adapters. I have an HP dv7 Quad Edition that has the Microsoft 4000 and an Nvidia GT650m with 2gb of DDR5. I called back again and got the same reply from another staff member. I also have seen this posted from others in the reviews of docking stations. I spent about 6 months researching laptops to get the biggest bang for my buck. All the laptops I looked at have Dual Video Display adapters.
I am now trying to choose between the Toshiba Dynadock and the Plugable. Have any of you had experience with both of these products? Which do you prefer and specifically why?
The product I am interested in is “Plugable UD-3000 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Universal Docking Station for Windows.” It is not listed in the "Related Product/Service box for me to be able to check it.
Thanks for your assistance.