Elgato Thunderbolt 3 dock arrive next month on Windows 10 devices
The newest devices come equipped with USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports for device connections, something that might not even be an issue since you may never need to connect anything by wires anymore these days. But what about those users who need to connect their legacy devices? Some of them may want to connect USB Type-A hard drives, mice, keyboards and so on. Who knows, some may even have the strange desire to connect to a monitor or to Ethernet.
Thunderbolt makes all of the above a piece of cake since single-cable solutions have the ability to unite all the desired ports in one.
Thunderbolt 3 Dock features
A Thunderbolt 3 dock offers two ports, one for connecting and charging your PC and the to extending the versatility of Thunderbolt. It features a DisplayPort and a dock that can drive up to two additional displays without compromising the 4K resolution running 60Hz frame rates. Thunderbolt 3 Dock comes equipped with three SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports to ensure the operation of multiple devices at the highest speeds.
There is also an integrated Gigabit Ethernet port useful for enabling max network performance along with crystal clear sound by the amplified radio output and by the separate microphone input.
Compatibility and pricing
The Elgato Thunderbolt 3 dock will be compatible with any Windows 10 device that features Thunderbolt 3. The Thunderbolt 3 Dock will be available starting June 6th and its amazing looks cost $300.
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