Upgraded 4K@60Hz TV Docking Station for Valve Steam Deck Dock, OwlTree 5 in 1 Steam Deck Dock Hub Stand with HDMI 2.0, 3 USB3.0, PD 100W Fast…

(13 customer reviews)

$24.99

Last updated on 08:39 Details
  • 【5-in-1 TV Docking Stand for Steam Deck】the TV dock is designed for Steam Deck, equipped with an 4K HDMI output, a USB Type-C PD fast charging port and 3 USB 3.0 data ports. You can enjoy playing video games on TV while your device is charging as well, 3 USB3.0 will let you acess to keyboards and mouse etc, you can go surf the web and do whatever you want on Desktop Mode.
  • 【Upgraded 4K HDMI Display for Game and Desktop Mode】the Dock comes with a 4K@60Hz HDMI output, the dock can cast game page from your Steam deck to a TV or monitor. You will get a better experience while enjoying Game Mode and Desktop Mode on a large screen,
  • 【Fast Charging Speed for Steam Deck】the dock supports Max 100W, which is enough to charge your Steam Deck, recommend use original AC adapter, the Max charging speed of Steam Deck is 45W.
  • 【Hub and Stand all in one】the dock combines the function of hub and stand, can work together with your protective case. You don’t need to buy extra hub and stand for your Steam Deck, which is not only easier for monitor projection, but also keeps your desktop neat and organized.
  • 【Widely Compatibility】The Charging Dock is not only for Steam Deck, also for Nintendo Switch(upside down), Tablets, Smartphone,etc with with USB-C ports. They are packed with giftbox, is a perfect gift for your friends who love games.( any device/console is not included)
Package Dimensions

6.22 x 3.66 x 1.93 inches

Item Weight

5.3 ounces

Date First Available

June 29, 2022

Manufacturer

OwlTree

Country of Origin

China

13 reviews for Upgraded 4K@60Hz TV Docking Station for Valve Steam Deck Dock, OwlTree 5 in 1 Steam Deck Dock Hub Stand with HDMI 2.0, 3 USB3.0, PD 100W Fast…

  1. Josh Campbell

    It will work for games that the steamdeck can run without issue. I have a 75” tv that it’s connected to and I get a lot of screen tearing on higher movement games. Racing games and arcade games work well for the most part. The issue is likely just my tv is too much for the steamdeck to handle.

  2. Patrick Bergeron

    I’ve barely tried to use it and I can say it won’t cut it. Ports seems to be working just fine. Connected a USB ethernet adapter and a USB 3.0 switch (to toggle some devices between my switch and my main PC, and those work just fine. The HDMI is connected to my QHD (1440p) monitor, also works just fine. That is as long as I don’t connect the power cable. As soon as the power is connected, the screen just flicker until I disconnect the dock and I get a message telling me I’m not providing the right amount of power to charge the device.

  3. Cal

    The video cuts in and out. Maybe I got a dud, but it definitely shows how cheap this thing is. For reference I have a regular, cheap USB-C hub that has no issue with HDMI. That being said, it seems to charge at the full 45W unlike what others have said. I’ll be returning it and waiting for the official dock.

  4. V. L. Samuels

    Given how many ports this thing has on it, the lack of an ethernet port is a really strange omission. Yes, the Steam Deck does work over WiFi, but WiFi is both slow and squirrelly compared to a wired connection, which is one of the reasons I wanted a dock in the first place. To be fair, the description doesn’t say it has ethernet – I just assumed it would, so my bad – but even so, I returned mine and bought a better dock.

  5. Bernie S.

    Great use but could use an Ethernet port.

  6. alex

    It works, and for the price I’d consider that good enough. USB-A ports are very tight, would be nice to have a USB-C video out built in.

  7. Brian H.

    It’s basically just a glorified stand with an attached charger. Not exactly a dock. But it does get the job done, it lets me charge my steam deck on my desk without loose cords getting lost. It’s kind of pricey for what it is though.

  8. Jose S.

    This base is pretty good for the cost and does exactly what it says on the box. The USB-C cable transfer rate is enough to keep the system charged properly. USB and HDMI ports have had no issues since purchase, even after having dropped the base when I bumped into it accidentally.

    Only issue I have with this at all is that the grip tabs that the base sits on and that the Deck sits on are not very grippy. I would recommend getting some additional grip tape to ensure the dock isn’t moving about.

    Other than that, 4/5 stars. Good value for the cost, wish it were a bit more secure.

  9. Katherine

    Everything about this dock was great except that it does not charge the deck. If you plug your steam deck charger into the USB c on the dock you get a notification on steam deck saying it is not a powerful charging until and will eat battery instead of charging it.

  10. fourcookies

    This dock is well worth the price. It does exactly what the Valve one does but for way less cost. Really glad I got this instead of the Valve version.

  11. Amazon Customer

    They advertised the product as a 60hz dock when I purchased it while in reality it’s only a 30hz one.

  12. VCXLLC

    No Ethernet port, but if you have wifi6 and a good 3.1 DOCsys. All is good. Just be aware of the ports on this dock. Only a single USB-C and that’s obviously just to power the Steamdeck. USB type-A 3.0 highspeed and an HDMI out. Simple and straight forward.

    I will likely keep this as a travel dock for work when I’m at an Air BnB or hotel. Then get a Jsaux with 100/1000 Ethernet and multiple usb-c ports for home.

  13. Marcus

    Had this for a little while now. No issues. It doesn’t Feel perfect this isn’t a 5/5 star product. I’m not blown away by it. It’s functional. If you want a steam deck dock. In my experience you can’t go wrong with this.

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