This article provides a visual guide to your Latitude Tablet Desktop Dock.
(Fig. 1 Front View.)
|1||USB 3.0 Connector||2||Audio Connector|
|3||Docking Station Connector (40 Pin)||4||Power LED|
(Fig. 2 Rear View.)
|1||4.5mm DC In Connector||2||USB 3.0 Connector x2|
|3||10/100 Mbps Network Connector (RJ45)||4||HDMI Connector|
(Fig. 3 Right Hand Side View.)
Dock Connector (designed as a 27 degree swivel with rotation from 90 degrees to 117 degrees. It will support tablets of varying thickness.)
|LED State||Power State|
|Solid||S0 - Normal Operating State - ON|
|Breathe (Flash)||S1 - Low Power State|
|Breathe (Flash)||S3 - Standby/Suspend to RAM|
|Off||Hibernate/Suspend to Disk|
(Fig. 4 Rear View of AC Adapter.)
|Input Voltage||19.50 V DC|
Align the tablet with the docking station connector and gently push down until it seats in place.
(Fig. 5 Docking.)
The desktop dock supports additional display connections. Please check below for the display priority when the tablets is docked/undocked.
|Docked/Undocked||System HDMI||Dock HDMI||Dock DisplayPort|
|System Stand Alone||1st Priority||N/A||N/A|
|Docked to Desktop Dock||2nd Priority||1st Priority||1st Priority|
The tablet can run on two external displays at the same time, through the optional desktop docks HDMI and DisplayPort connectors. In total you should be able to get three display outputs. (Including the tablet display itself.) You can choose to either extend or duplicate your display using the windows settings.
Start Charms > Settings > Personalisation > Display > Change Display Settings.
Article ID: SLN290450
Last Date Modified: 09/14/2019 01:18 PM
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