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Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2014-10-29, 13:32 PM

Hi,

 

What portreplicator/docking station with support of atleast 2 monitors works with the new Yoga 3 Pro?

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Re: Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2014-10-29, 16:26 PM

Hi clashelaeander, and welcome to the Lenovo User Community!

 

A general-purpose dock like the ThinkPad USB 3.0 Dock will do that. I'm not aware of a replicator/dock made specifically for the Yoga 3 Pro. 

 

Hope this helps!

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Re: Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2014-10-29, 16:32 PM

As will the HP 3005PR

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Re: Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2014-11-04, 17:40 PM

I'm using the  USB 3.0 Dock, part number 0A33970 (US) / 0A33972 (UK) with the YP3, works a treat.

Supports two HDMI monitors. I use DVI to HDMI cables (£1.84 on Amazon) for connection.

I also have a mini-HDMI to HDMI adapter and had the YP3 running 3 monitors when I connected the 3rd directly to the YP3.

 

The Ethernet on the 0A33972 is also great as I now get 1Gbps to my LAN. 

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Re: Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2015-05-27, 22:10 PM
No, I have a ThinkPad USB 3.0 Dock, the USB part works but not the display or ethernet. I called Lenovo and they said it was not compatabile.
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Re: Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2015-05-27, 22:11 PM
How did you get it to work, my USB ports work but not the monitor or ethernet.
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Re: Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2015-05-27, 23:34 PM

I am using the plugable UD 3900. Had to download the driver from their website -- the automatically installed one that Windows found and installled worked for the mouse, keyboard and speakers, but not the monitor. Downloaded the new driver and rebooted the computer and it works like a charm.

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Re: Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2015-05-28, 2:30 AM

Thanks works great!!!!

 

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Re: Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2015-06-11, 20:52 PM

Will any of these solutions also power the device?   Trying to avoid connecting a separate cord and buying a 2nd charger to run behind my office desk.

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Re: Docking station/port replicator Yoga 3 Pro

2015-06-11, 21:08 PM

unlikely.  THe Yoga 3 has a pre-USB type C special port that works like USB 3 for devices but has an special pin and special cable for charging  (as best I can figure out).  And of course the cable is unavailable almost everywhere. 

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