The Dell Thunderbolt™ Dock TB16 -180W allows you to quickly connect your mobile workstation to a single data and power source for ultimate display performance and speedy data transfers. The dock connects to Thunderbolt™ 3 enabled notebooks* with a single USB Type-C Thunderbolt™ Cable, allowing users to quickly connect to multiple displays and peripherals, providing power to the notebook, and freeing up space on your desk and in your workspace. * While Dell has committed to ensuring the TB16 meets open standards, 3rd party OEMs can limit compatibility
The Dell Thunderbolt™ Dock TB16 -180W provides power to your laptop and connects displays and essential devices for the ultimate workspace.
The Dell Thunderbolt™ Dock TB16 -180W with Intel® Thunderbolt 3 technology is the ultimate docking solution, designed for power users and traditional workstation clients, creating the ability to connect up to three FHD displays, two 4K displays, or one 5K display at 60Hz. Data transfers up to 40 Gbps allow lightning-fast transfers of larger files such as video editing files.
The Dell Thunderbolt™ Dock TB16 -180W is small in size—just 5.7 x 5.7 x 2 inches (145 x 145 x 51mm). By connecting one cable to your laptop, you can get access to a wide variety of ports, enhancing productivity.
A wide variety of ports gives flexibility to connect essential devices.
The Dell Thunderbolt™ Dock TB16 -180W can provide power to your laptop (at 19.5V) and can also provide power to attached Thunderbolt™ 3 peripherals. With the ability to provide up to 60W of power to an external Thunderbolt™ 3 device, this version is best for Dell Latitude and XPS notebooks and 2-in-1s with a Thunderbolt™ 3 port that require up to 65W of power.
Supports 3 displays
Two USB 2.0 ports
Three USB 3.0 ports
Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) port
Speaker output (rear)
Combo audio (front)
Kensington Lock Slot
7.4 mm DC-IN Power Input
Dell Thunderbolt™ Dock TB16
USB Type-C Thunderbolt™ Cable
180W AC Adapter
1 5120 x 2880 (5K) @ 60Hz only supported if 1) A USB Type C to Dual DisplayPort 1.2 adapter is plugged into the Thunderbolt 3 port on the back of TB16 which is then connected to two DisplayPort cables plugged into the 5K monitor or 2) System with discrete graphics has display setting set to discrete and 5K monitor is connected to mDP and DP ports of the dock with DP 1.2 cables
2 Dell Thunderbolt Dock TB16 does not support wired vPro. If vPro is needed, the host Ethernet port can be used, or WiFi vPro within the host
3 The dock will pass through the NB/Tablet MAC addressUSB Type-C™ and USB-C™ are trademarks of USB Implementers Forum
This product is compatible with the following systems: