Since USB-C is becoming a more frequent feature in devices, we now need some solution to get previous connections work with these standards.

We have already seen a range of solutions to doing this from dongles to MacBook-matching USB-C hubs. Today BenQ announced their own solution, the BenQ PD2710QC.

This monitor features a 27-inch 2,560 x 1,440 IPS LED display that is capable of delivering 100 percent sRGB colour accuracy and easy sound via the integrated speakers.

However, it’s main feature is the USB-C hub.

This hub has been designed to provide you with a docking station that you can use for laptop charging, data transfers, audio and video transmissions, and connecting to hardline broadband over a single USB-C connection.

This keeps your desk to a minimum but that’s all that it does.

The dock also brings back old ports including HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2.

BenQ hasn’t revealed any availability or pricing details for the PD2710QC, but we will update you if we hear more.

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