ATEN Enhances Android Mobile Gaming Experience With New USB-C Multiport Mini Dock

ATEN Technology has launched its newest “UH3236” USB-C Multiport Mini Dock. Boasting multi-task capabilities, the powerful and versatile portable docking solution provides a lag-free and intense PC-like gaming experience for mobile gamers via their Android phone.

Offering an alternative solution for gamers who play on touch screens, ATEN’s new USB-C Multiport Mini Dock was designed to provide extra expansion capabilities for today’s mobile gamers. 

Wired connections reduce latency and secure responsiveness, while an Ethernet port allows for accessing a speedy wired network (instead of Wi-Fi or 4G/5G) for a better ping rate; a single, highly-responsive USB-C cable connects an external display, keyboard and mouse while charging and accessing a speedy Ethernet network. 

Gamers can use either the HDMI or VGA port that displays in FHD, allowing connection to large monitors or TV screens. The combined use of these devices provides more responsiveness and precision to create a better gaming experience.

UH3236 USB & Thunderbolt Docking Station

UH3236 USB & Thunderbolt Docking Station

Key Features:

  • Plug and play (no drivers needed)
  • 4K HDMI (3840 x 2160 @ 30Hz) or VGA (1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz) resolution
  • Up to 60W power delivery pass-through allows users to charge their phone or laptop via a USB-C power adapter, while engaging in an intense battle with opponents
  • Connect up to five devices through a single USB-C cable
  • Two USB-A ports allows users to utilize a mouse and keyboard on their Android device
    • (1) USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A port for 5 Gbps high-speed data transfers
    • (1) USB 2.0 Type-A port for keyboard and mouse usage
  • Works with all major operating systems (Windows, OS X and Android)
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