I've been using the dock for 7 months and have intermittent problems (can't connect, dropped connections, poor performance), including system lockup, where I have to do a power down/up. Fortunately, most applications now have document recovery, so I seldom lose much work, but it is a nuisance at best (I did have a file corrupted once which was fairly painful). It recently started failing to connect for long periods of time and it now looks like I need to get a replacement dock. I would not recommend the docking station to others, it's just not ready for prime time. I am unfortunately stuck with mine since my Dell Latitude 6430u doesn't have a physical docking connection. If the problems persist, I will just have to learn to live without "docking" - woe is me.
All-in-one Wireless Docking Solution. The underutilized 802.11ad band is put to the test with Dell's first wireless docking solution to provide untethered USB 3.0, HDMI, DisplayPort, Ethernet, and audio. It's only compatible on select few Dell notebooks for now, but is this wireless standard ready to replace your USB cable?