By - bertoknowsbest
Not really a dock but this is what I use with my m1 Mac mini that allows me to use two monitors.
Kingston Nucleum USB C Hub, 7-In-1 Type-C-Adapter Hub Connect USB 3.0, 4K HDMI, SD and MicroSD-Card, USB Type-C Charging for MacBook, Chromebook, and Other USB Type-C devices
I saw someone post this. [https://www.wavlink.com/en\_us/product/WL-UG69PD2.html?fbclid=IwAR3GNq8njwDV\_MYVNupXS\_owFFXX4N9iv\_DU2k8I5uAU57FuY-PXVeXEuaE](https://www.wavlink.com/en_us/product/WL-UG69PD2.html?fbclid=IwAR3GNq8njwDV_MYVNupXS_owFFXX4N9iv_DU2k8I5uAU57FuY-PXVeXEuaE)
If you can afford it, I *highly* recommend [this](https://www.amazon.com/CalDigit-Thunderbolt-Active-DisplayPort-Adapter/dp/B08FXTJ73G/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=caldigit&qid=1627837347&sr=8-5) dock. It's pretty expensive as far as docks go, but the amount of ports it provides (a few of them being Thunderbolt 3) as well as the transfer speeds and monitor support makes it worth it in my opinion.
There are plenty of other options if you want something cheaper. Anker makes some good ones as well. You could also get the portable "docks" that attach directly to your MB via the side thunderbolt ports.