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CalDigit TS3 Plus Thunderbolt 3 Dock (0.7m Cable) $224.99 with code JULY4TH

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Caldigit has 10% off right until July 10th with code JULY4TH which brings the price from $249.99 to $224.99.

If you have Discover card right now and pay with Paypal, you can get 5% CB which brings the total down to $213.75. When I ordered I did not have to pay for tax or shipping. YMMV on the tax part.

Specs:
The TS3 Plus is the ideal solution for Thunderbolt™ 3 Mac & PC users who need to connect multiple devices to their laptops such as SD Card Readers, USB hard drives, dual monitors, digital audio devices, Thunderbolt™ 3 components, and more.

Technical Specifications

Interface
2 x Thunderbolt™ 3
1 x DisplayPort 1.2
5 x USB 3.1 Type-A (Gen1-5Gbps/5V 1.5A)
2 x USB 3.1 Type-C (5V 1.5A)
(1 x Gen1-5Gbps) (1 x Gen2-10Gbps)
1 x SD Card Reader (SD 4.0 UHS-II)
1 x Digital Optical Audio (S/PDIF)
1 x Gigabit Ethernet
1 x Analog Audio In (Stereo)
1 x Analog Audio Out (Stereo)

System Requirements
Thunderbolt™ 3 Computers
MacOS 10.12 or later
Windows 10 or later

Dimensions and Weight
Height : 5.15 inches (131.0 mm)
Width : 1.57 inches (40.0 mm)
Depth : 3.87 inches (98.44 mm)
Weight: 1.04 lbs (0.47 kgs)

In the Box
1 x CalDigit TS3 Plus
1 x Power Adapter
1 x Power Cord
1 x Thunderbolt™ 3 Cable
2 x Rubber Feet Strips

Warranty
2 Years Limited Warranty

*The TS3 Plus provides up to 87W charging for Mac & Windows Thunderbolt 3 laptops.

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Dang... I paid $309 for this. This is the only thunderbolt 3 dock I could find that works with the HP Spectre X360 with the i7 8705g to output to two 1440p 144hz monitors at once.
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Wanted to add that I ordered this Monday afternoon and I just got it today (Wednesday). It was shipped with 2 day USPS but I wasn't given any tracking number. The no tax part sealed the deal for me.
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Great deal. Got two of them to work from home. Best decision ever. If your workflow requires multiple displays and a lot of different peripherals than this is the best Thunderbolt 3 has to offer.
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I love this dock. I use it with my 2018 MBP and my Lenovo X1 Extreme Gen1
Strange behavior I've noticed with the X1 though - when powered via the dock, sometimes the dock power either isn't enough or something else, because the laptop disconnects from the attached 2k monitor, keyboard, and mouse, sometimes requiring me to disconnect the TB3 cable and reconnect it. This is circumvented by me powering the laptop with it's wall charger at the same time
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I currently have a 2018 MBP, with 2x 27" 144hz 2k Monitors with a Belkin F4U085VF. Works almost fine, but a few times throughout the day, the monitors will flicker off and back on. Also, each morning, I need to unplug the USB-C cable and plug it back in or the external monitors do not work.

would this be a better solution than the belkin?
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I currently have a 2018 MBP, with 2x 27" 144hz 2k Monitors with a Belkin F4U085VF. Works almost fine, but a few times throughout the day, the monitors will flicker off and back on. Also, each morning, I need to unplug the USB-C cable and plug it back in or the external monitors do not work.

would this be a better solution than the belkin?
I got this dock and I have needed to reconnect the cable once so far. I've used a Belkin dock at a previous job and it was horrible. Every morning it was a little dance of the cables of unplugging and plugging in the right order. Unfortunately, I don't think that's uncommon. It seems like everyone has issues with every dock out there. Been using this one for a week so far and no complaints but but I'm only using one external monitor. I wouldn't mind unplugging one cable every week or so for this dock, if that's all it was.
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