In other words, all you need to full expand your USB Type-C equipped notebook. You can leave the dock connected to a mouse and keyboard, desktop speakers, and Ethernet so you connect to your local network at up to a thousand megabits per second, instead of the few hundred the WiFi in your vicinity might permit. And, of course, you’ll have a proper monitor plugged in. The dock supports up to 4K over HDMI.

The dock will power all the various USB devices plugged into it. It can provide a total of sixty watts, and it monitors all the ports and dynamically changes the power it provides according to needs.

The Belkin USB-C 3.1 Express Dock HD is available now from as well as Harvey Norman and other retailers of Belkin’s wide range of USB Type-C accessories. It sells for $369.95.