DisplayPort is a digital display interface used to connect a video source to a display device (for example, a computer monitor) as well as other forms of digital data. DP 1.4 supports up to two 4K displays or one 5K display.
LaCie 1big Dock provides the full performance available to DisplayPort 1.4. However, many computers with Thunderbolt and USB host ports do not support DisplayPort 1.4, which limits the outputs to displays. This is also true for displays and their ability to accept the full bandwidth available to DisplayPort 1.4. Please check the documentation for your computers and displays for DisplayPort 1.4 compatibility.
DisplayPort may be compatible with some HDMI, DVI, and VGA adapters (not included). Note that these have not been tested.
Connecting the DisplayPort
- Insert the DP 1.4 end of the cable or adapter into the port on the back of the 1big Dock until it clicks into place. The cable/adapter is now locked into the DP 1.4 port.
- Connect the VGA, DVI or HDMI adapter to your configured audio/video display.
Disconnecting the DisplayPort
- Grasp the DP 1.4 end of the cable or adapter that’s connected to 1big Dock.
- Hold down the release tab with your thumb, and then pull back to remove the cable from the port.