I have the new 2015 MacBook. I am trying to find a HUB (or Docking Station) can can allow me to hook up two 4K Displays while supplying power to the MacBook.
I don't care if it uses HDMI or mini Display but my searches on the Internet tend to show mini Display is the way to go for 4K display.
I was a backer for HUB+. The HUB+ has been cancelled in their latest update.
But there are other projects available like HydraDock, Pluggable and OWC USB-C
Aside from Plugable's Unfunded Kickstarter Campaign, I don't see any solution to have 2 4K displays at the same time.
From Pluggable's web site
The Plugable Ultimate Dock utilizes two unique yet complimentary technologies:
USB 3.1 Type-C supports a feature called “VESA Alternate Mode” which works with the built-in graphics processor on supported systems to provide video output at resolutions up to 4K. The other two display outputs in the Ultimate Dock are enabled by the DisplayLink DL-3900 graphics processor, which can support two additional 1080P displays at 60Hz.
Their Kickstarter failed so I am not sure if they will ever manufacture this item. I assumed OWC is doing the same thing or something similar to drive the displays.