VT2500 - Triple Display USB-C Docking Station with Power Delivery

VT2500 - Triple Display USB-C Docking Station with Power Delivery

VT4900 - KVM USB-C Docking Station Dual Host 100W Power Delivery Triple 4K Display

The VisionTek VT4900 USB-C KVM Docking Station allows you to easily connect two Windows, Mac or Chromebook laptops to up to three 4K displays, accessories and peripherals through a single USB-C connection on each system while delivering up to 100W power delivery to each system.

  • Compatibility for USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 Systems
  • Power Delivery for two systems (up to 100W each)
  • Supports up to 3 external displays
  • RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • 2x USB 2.0 Dedicated KBM Ports (Keyboard/Mouse)
  • 2x SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports
  • 1x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 Port
  • 2x USB-C Ports for system connections
  • 2x DisplayPort
  • 1x HDMI
  • Kensington Security Lock Slot
  • Enterprise Features
    • Wake on LAN
    • MAC Address Pass-Through
    • PXE Boot
Availability: Out of stock

Dual Host KVM Docking Station

The VisionTek VT4900 USB-C KVM Docking Station allows you to easily connect two Windows, Mac or Chromebook laptops to up to three 4K displays, accessories and peripherals through a single USB-C connection on each system while delivering up to 100W power delivery to each system.

Quickly switch the Keyboard, mouse and monitors using the quick switch button on the front of the dock or with a hotkey for seamless control of 2 systems simultaneously.

USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 Connectivity

USB-C Compatibility – Compatible with USB-C and Thunderbolt™ 3 systems running Windows, macOS or Chrome OS, making this an ideal KVM switch docking station for environments with a variety of systems. The VT4900 comes with two USB Type-C to C cables for ease of setup with host systems.

USB-C Connection Features

  • USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 connection to each host device
  • Up to 100W Power Delivery to each host system
  • Share Keyboard and Mouse between connected laptops

Connect up to 3 Displays

Increase productivity by expanding your workspace with up to three additional displays for a single system, you can also switch and share displays between system.

Display Connections

  • 2 x DisplayPort 1.4 connections support up to 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz
  • 1 x HDMI 2.0 connection support up to 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz
    (Host system must support DP Alt Mode and DisplayPort 1.4 for HDMI 4K @ 60Hz)
  • Switch displays between host systems

Connect Additional Peripherals

The VT4900 was designed for maximum compatibilty by including many of the most commonly needed ports in one dock.

Additional Connections

  • 1 x USB 2.0 Keyboard
  • 1 x USB 2.0 Mouse
  • 1 x 3.5mm Microphone In
  • 1 x 3.5mm Headphone Out
  • 2 x USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps) connections for additional peripherals such as a webcam, external storage or additional displays with a VT70 (sold separately)
  • 1 x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gbps) connection for additional peripherals

Wired Networking

Gigabit Ethernet support keeps you wired to the internet, avoiding Wi-Fi connection issues or security concerns.

Enterprise Networking Features

  • Wake on LAN
  • MAC Address Pass-Through
  • PXE Boot

Operating System

  • Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7
  • macOS 10.10 or above
  • Chrome OS

Host Computer

  • An available USB-C Port

Note: Not all USB-C Ports will support the full functionality of the USB-C standard required by this docking station. Ensure that the Host Computer’s USB-C Port supports DP Alt Mode, as well as USB Power Delivery. In order to output to 4K 60Hz over HDMI, the Host Computer must support DP 1.4.


  • An HDMI® Display
  • Two DisplayPort Displays

Note: A 4K-capable display is required to achieve a 4K resolution.

(Alt Mode resolutions may vary depending on the compatibilities between Host and Monitor)


Cable requirements are optional and will depend on the port configuration of the connected Host Computer.

  • USB Keyboard / Mouse
  • USB-A Cables
  • USB-C Cables
  • HDMI Cable
  • DisplayPort Cables
  • CAT5e/CAT6 Cable

Optional Accessories

  • Laptop Lock
  • Microphone
  • Speakers
  • Headset
InterfaceUSB-C 3.2 Gen 2
HDMI Output1 x HDMI 2.0
DisplayPort Output2 x DisplayPort 1.4
Power DeliveryUp to 100W Per System
Power Supply230W (20V/11.5A)
Dimensions (W x D xH)222 x 83 x 26 mm / 8.7 x 3.3 x 1.0 in
Weight340 g / 12 oz

VT4900 Dock

230W Power Brick

2 x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 Cables (1m)

1 x Software Installation CD

1 x Quick Start Guide

The KVM docking station will provide ~100W of power to the attached Host and Slave PC.

Yes!  You will need to download DisplayLink drivers which can be found here: https://www.displaylink.com/downloads

Additionally, you will need to install the KMShare software which can be found in the download section on the product page for the VT4900.  Both KMShare and DisplayLink software will need to be installed on the systems you would like to connect to the VT4900.

Not directly, data cannot be transferred between the Host and Slave PC. An intermediary device such as a flash drive is required or a Cloud network connection.

No, the Ethernet connection will only be detected by the Host system. When changing which system acts as the host the Ethernet connection will switch to the new host.

Ensure you have the correct orientation selected to allow your mouse to move between the Host and Slave PC. Click the KMShare icon and select the side which you would like to move the mouse between the two systems.

One or two systems can connect to the KVM docking station. When successfully connected extended displays will populate and show in your Display settings. Pressing the mode button on the front of the KVM docking station will change the display assignment. There are four different modes. (1/1/1, 1/1/2, 2/2/2, 2/2/1)

In your Display Settings, does it show that monitors are recognized in the arrangement? If recognized but not displaying, ensure the correct input source is selected on your external displays.  If the displays do not show in display settings, be sure that the dock is connected to your system properly and the DisplayLink software has been installed on your system.  Additionally, confirm that the connections between dock and display are secure.

Can I transfer data directly from one system to another while attached to this docking station?

Yes, switch which mode is in use with the button on the front of the KVM docking station.

This is possible however, a device such as the VT70 is required. This will add external displays to the current host system.  The USB-C port on the front of the KVM does not support DisplayPort over USB-C.

The KVM Docking Station is only capable of delivering 100W of power to each attached system. The error message being received is likely due to an inadequate amount of power than the proprietary power supply normally supplies. This is not indicative of incompatibility but rather slow charging.

The KVM Docking Station is capable of functioning with Windows 7/8/8.1/10 and macOS 10.10/10.11/10.12

No, this product will only function when used with the supplied USB-C to C cables connected from KVM to host system.

Yes, you can.  These ports will function with any device that is compatible with USB 2.0

Yes!  As long as both OS’s can have DisplayLink software and the KMShare software installed this will function just fine.

The attached systems require a USB-C port that supports DP Alt Mode to achieve all 3 displays.  If your system does not support DP Alt Mode then only x2 displays will be functional.

The USB-C port on your laptop must support power delivery to receive power.  Additionally, please be sure that you are using the supplied USB-C cables.

No, your laptop will require a USB-C port for the KVM Docking Station to function properly.

No, the USB-C port on the front of the KVM docking station is intended for USB-C data transfer devices.

The VT4900 KVM docking station utilizes two different chipsets to operate. The two DisplayPort outputs will utilize DisplayLink drivers and can operate on any version of USB-C. However, the HDMI port will require a USB-C port featuring DP Alt Mode or MST support.

Yes, however, an active adapter is required to make the signal type translation. It is also recommended to use an active adapter if required for either of the DisplayPort outputs.

 No, the software does not currently allow this hot-key to be altered.

This hot-key can be used on a keyboard that is attached to the specified keyboard port on the docking station. 

Yes, however, the mouse can still be moved to the secondary although not shown in the Display Settings arrangement.

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