HB0604

6-in-1 Docking Station with M.2 SSD Enclosure

$99.99 USD $129.99 USD
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6-in-1 Docking Station with M.2 SSD Enclosure

10Gbps M.2 Enclosure High Speed Transmission

Compliant with USB3.1 Gen2 Standard, up to 10Gbps Data Transfer.
Enjoy the high-speed gaming experience brought to you by this HB0604, change the way you play the game.

6-in-1 Docking Station with M.2 SSD Enclosure

20 X Faster Than USB 2.0

Turn your Steam Deck into a more efficient data center.
With two USB3.2 ports, the data processing speed is up to 10Gbps.
Also supports maximum charging speed up to 100W, enjoy your Steam Deck anytime.

6-in-1 Docking Station with M.2 SSD Enclosure

Enjoy the Visual Feast in Ultra HD

Allows you to connect an external monitor for larger viewing and enhanced multitasking.
Up to 4K@60Hz resolution is enough for all your needs.

6-in-1 Docking Station with M.2 SSD Enclosure

Keep Fast & Reliable Internet Connection

With its Gigabit Ethernet port with industry-standard RJ-45 connector, you can enjoy the HB0604 anywhere for a speedy server connection, smooth gaming experience, uninterrupted downloads, and reliable file transfers.

6-in-1 Docking Station with M.2 SSD Enclosure

Designed for Steam Deck

Specially designed for Steam Deck, provides a better bending angle for the connection of the device

With more than thousands of bend tests.

6-in-1 Docking Station with M.2 SSD Enclosure

No Need to Bend Any Cable While Charging

Play your game at anywhere, 90° design gives you a better gaming experience.

Stable charging and fast transfer speed

Comparison Of Different Version Docking Stations

Model

5-in-1 Docking Station HB0602

6-in-1 Docking Station HB0603

M.2 6-in-1 Docking Station HB0604

7-in-1 Docking Station HB0702

11-in-1 Docking Station HB1101

Price

$29.99

$42.99

$99.99

$42.99

$59.99

Size & Weight

112*65*28mm

135g

140*65*28mm

150g

138*86*30mm

290g

150*67*28mm

150g

120*61.8*23.5mm

130g

Cable length

20cm

14cm

14cm

14cm

Material

TPE+Aluminum

TPE+Aluminum

TPE+Aluminum

TPE+Aluminum

Aluminum alloy+ABS&PC

PD port

USB-C *1

USB-C *1

USB-C *1

USB-C *1

USB-C *1

HDMI

HDMI 2.0*1

4K@60Hz/ 2K@120Hz

HDMI 2.0 *1 

4K@60Hz/ 2K@120Hz

HDMI 2.0 *1

4K@60Hz/ 2K@120Hz

HDMI 2.0 *1

4K@60Hz/ 2K@120Hz

HDMI 2.1 *1

4K@120Hz

Dispaly Port

Dispaly Port *1

4K@60Hz/ 2K@120Hz

Dispaly Port *1

4K@120Hz

USB-A

USB-A 2.0 *2

USB-A 3.0 *3

USB-A 3.2 *3

USB-A 3.2 *3

USB-A 3.0 *2

USB-A 2.0 *1

Gigabit Ethernet Port

Ethernet RJ45 100Mbps

M.2 Slot

TF Card Slot

SD Card Slot

Audio Port

 

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REVIEW

Customer Reviews

Based on 151 reviews
70%
(105)
14%
(21)
7%
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4%
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6%
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Artem
M2 broken

Today i finally get brand new wd black sn850x ssd, install it into the dock and connect to my steam deck. It works fine at start, but after few hours of working(just downloading games with download speed 10Mbps , even not playing) ssd stop working, system doesn't recognize it now. But ssd is ok - i check it on my laptop. And it still not working via your dock.

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Zoltan Varhelyi
Great dock overall, with a few caveats

I've bought this because I bought an ASUS ROG Ally and upgraded the SSD to a 1 TB one, and I wanted to utilize the stock SSD as well. Overall, I am satisfied with what I got for my money, it is sturdy, the metal feels nice, it houses the SSD well, the cover fits nicely. It can heat up if you strain the SSD enclosed, but not too badly, and the cable is a tad short and thus its strains up when you put in an Ally with a protective body case in it. The biggest thing that was I think a bit swept under the rug when this was advertised for the Ally is that the 65w charging cable provided (or any 65w charging cable for that matter) is not enough for my Ally to reach the on-charger 30w performance while docked, you need to purchase a 100w charging cable and plug the dock on that for the Ally to receive 65w through the dock. I would gladly pay a bit more if they would have included a 100w charger, or at least had an option to get the dock with one.

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Henry Arreola
Perfect For Dual Booting Windows To Go For The Steam Deck

feals very premium, was able to load windows to go on the m.2 just like i wanted

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Angus
Solid piece of kit

I really like this dock after using it daily for the past 2 months. Definitely recommend, with a couple of caveats.

Pros:
- No technical issues, does exactly what it says on the tin.
- Feels pretty good popping it in and out to swap between desktop and handheld.
- I haven't had a chance to try out the M.2 port yet but it's nice to have for the future.

Cons:
- I don't like the silver/grey housing on the USB-C plug, it catches the light and is distracting. I have it sat directly under my monitor, extended desktop, so it would be nice if future versions had a slimmer, lower profile, deck interface/plug to minimise reflection and screen occlusion.
- Might also be nice to have an all-black version of the dock.
- If, like me, only having 2 USB-A ports is an issue for you, you'll need to buy an additional hub. I've though about buying the RGB 12-in-one but i'd rather not lose the M.2 port.
- The USB-C port is PD(power delivery)-only. You might need a USB-C-to-A adapter.*

* Tbf JSAUX do sell some niice cables and adapters, just a shame they're obsessed with silver/grey(it looks smart, don't get me wrong, I just know that will put some off). Personally, I run a USB-C extender cable down the back of my desk** to plug in my deck on my lap so I can use the excellent built in controls while still playing on the big screen. (and I will continue to until Valve gets around to releasing a Steam Controller 2)

** Bonus product suggestion: Splitter adaptor ( dock -> u-shaped deck plug + rear facing plug ) - email me ;;)

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Deena Abbas
disappointment

when it works, it’s great. however it CONSTANTLY suffers from connection issues with the HDMI port. i have tried 5 different brands of 2.1 hdmi cables. i have tried using the stock charger and the charger that is included with the dock. it just keeps disconnecting from the display. i have tried changing tv settings, messing with everything to try to get this damn thing to work smoothly and it just won’t. so disappointing considering how expensive it is. it disconnects for a few seconds every couple minutes sometimes. this occurs with both my brand new TCL 4k tv and with my older Sony TV.