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DisplayPort Protocol

DisplayPort Protocol

Unisynk Hubs uses DisplayPort Protocol for video signals.
DisplayPort-protocol uses drivers already installed so just plug and play.
DisplayPort protocol uses your GPU (Graphics Card) and dedicated video channels.

Alt DP Hubs


  • Plug and play, no need to install drivers.
  • Better performance, uses dedicated video channels.
  • Better performance, uses your graphics card to generate video.
  • DP USB-C hubs can often be made smaller.


  • You will need a USB-C port that supports video. (Some older or budget devices may have a USB-C port that is for data only or charging only).

To look up if your device has a USB-C port that is capable of this follow these steps:

  1. Google your device model name and datasheet. You will most likely find a PDF from your manufacturer’s website. Download and open it.
  2. Scroll down to the section listed as ports or I/O. (if you can’t find it check if there is information about the ports by the picture of the the laptop) Different manufacturers use different terminology.
  3. Find your USB-C ports and check if it says any of the following: “(Video)”, “Alt DP”, “DisplayPort”, “TB 3”, “TB4”, “Thunderbolt 3”, “Thunderbolt 4”. See below for examples. The words to look for are underlined in the examples.


HP EliteBook 840 G8 Notebook PC:
2 Thunderbolt™ 4 with USB4 Type-C® 40Gbps signaling rate (USB Power Delivery, DisplayPort™ 1.4)

Lenovo Thinkpad E14:
1x USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 (power delivery and DisplayPort)

Acer Travelmate P6
USB Type-C /Thunderbolt 3 port

DisplayPort-protocol is administered by VESA which is run by 235 major corporations worldwide with Apple, Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, LG and Qualcomm as their board of directors making it the leading standard for your devices now and for the future.

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