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Looks like displayport - its pretty common on desktops and quite a few laptops
Currently, there are no verified DisplayPort Hubs which will function as two DVI ports. You can get a splitter which will merge the two displays into one large display, however. The docking stations probably uses additional outputs from the graphics card that are not exposed on the laptop itself.
There are display port splitters (Startech among others make them). There is one specifically for dual DVI. This would allow you to expand or clone your desktop (but not extend I believe). There are some cheaper ones but you probably get what you pay for. The advantage to a docking station is that other cables (like ethernet, keyboard/mouse) can be plugged ...
If the Wikipedia article is to be believed (and I do believe it is correct based on what thunderbolt is), then your configuration will not work. Compatability Apple Thunderbolt Displays, like the video input on Thunderbolt iMacs, drop compatibility with all previous standards, including VGA, DVI, and DisplayPort. As such, they cannot be ...
Because the Thunderbolt connection is designed not just as a display connection and also a data connection it is not possible to use only a display port connection to connect to a Thunderbolt display. Also, if I can recall, the DisplayPort connection that is built into the Thunderbolt display is designed as a output for daisy-chaining a display port monitor ...
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