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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
The PineBook Pro's docking station was custom designed for both physical dimensions and ports to compliment the PineBook Pro laptop. While it may work for other laptops, convergence devices, (tablets and smart phones), it has not been tested on such.
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The PineBook Pro's docking station was custom designed for both physical dimensions and ports to compliment the PineBook Pro laptop. It has been tested on several disparate platforms and seems to be fully compatible with Android, Windows, ChromeOS, and GNU/Linux. It may be compatible with Apple systems, but this has yet to be documented.
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== Ports available ==
 
== Ports available ==
 
List of ports available on docking station:
 
List of ports available on docking station:

Revision as of 05:55, 19 July 2021

Starting point for PineBook Pro Docking station

Description

The PineBook Pro's docking station was custom designed for both physical dimensions and ports to compliment the PineBook Pro laptop. It has been tested on several disparate platforms and seems to be fully compatible with Android, Windows, ChromeOS, and GNU/Linux. It may be compatible with Apple systems, but this has yet to be documented.

Ports available

List of ports available on docking station:

  • USB 3.0 Ports x3
  • USB-C Ports 3x
  • 4K @ 30fps HDMI x1
  • 1080P VGA x1
  • Gigabit Ethernet networking port x 1
  • Card readers: micro SD x 1 & SD x 1, supports: SD, SDHC and SDXC
  • Audio Jack: 3.5mm Earphone Jack with mic x1

Chips used

List of chips used in the docking station:

  • PD Negotiation chip - PDFL7102
  • HDMI/VGA chip - IT6564
  • GbE Ethernet chip - RTL8153B
  • USB 3.0 Hub chip - VL817
  • SD card reader chip - GL823K
  • Audio CODEC chip - HZD100

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