Much like Kensington did, ASUS has made a product designed with a certain technology invented by DisplayLink, the one where video is delivered over USB 3.0. The name of the item is HZ-1.
As far as docking stations go, the HZ-1 is quite straightforward, even though it does possess more connectivity and I/O support than usual.
Then again, this is a universal docking station, not a special-purpose accessory that only one or two consumer electronics devices or PCs can use.
Obviously, the DisplayLink technology support is the most important part, as it allows video streams to be transmitted through the Universal Serial Bus 3.0 connection.
That's only a part of what the dock has though. In addition to USB 3.0, there is USB 2.0 support, Gigabit Ethernet, 2.1 channel audio, a microphone jack and three video ports: HDMI, DVI and VGA.
Sales should already be underway, for $179.99 / 140-179.99 Euro.