I have a buddy who just went through this conundrum with his MBP and trying to find the right monitor to use with it, such that he could simply plug up a USB-C (male to male) cable from the monitor to the laptop. Some have USB-C ports, but lackluster power pass through.
I think the main question here is what monitors you’re using rather than the cables/dongles/hubs/etc.
The problem is that most monitors out there take in your standard types of display inputs… (HDMI, VGA, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort), and so newer laptop users with ONLY USB-C ports end up having to buy a plethora of adapters/hubs/converting cables…
So I guess you could handle it on the cable side or, if USB-C (male-male) cables come with these laptops, getting a whole mess of monitors with USB-C power pass through at your desired wattage.
Since the latter is less available (or more expensive), it seems that finding a good cable vendor that is robust and reliable is your best bet. But it depends on what you’d like to accomplish.
Hopefully the release of USB4 will make the use of that port form factor ubiquitous in the market. Until then, we are in this weird limbo of conversion dongles/hubs/cables.
I currently work on a new iMac and I have to have two USB-C hubs to get secondary displays (amongst other things) working. I’ve tried Apple, Targus, Anker, and Belkin products… of them I have had good experiences with Anker and Belkin, but YMMV and I don’t want to steer you in any direction but the one that works best for yall’s use case. I don’t have a horse in this race.
Best of luck.