What you need to know
- There's a new Thunderbolt 3 dock from Plugable.
- It's called the TBT3-UD1-85W.
- It offers users Thunderbolt 3 expansion for Mac and Windows, 85W charging, and more!
The new Thunderbolt 3 dock from Plugable offers users its highest-ever charging capabilities in a Thunderbolt 3 dock to date.
Named the TBT3-UD1-85W, the new dock is designed to help users expand their workspace with an extra monitor, whilst retaining laptop charging capabilities. In a press release, the company stated:
The package also includes a 0.8 Thunderbolt 3 cable for extra flexibility when you connect a Thunderbolt 3 laptop. The dock also features a 3.5mm audio input and output jack, making the TBT3 an ideal solution for audio professionals. The release continues:
Other ports include USB 3.0 and Gigabit Ethernet.
The dock has a low-profile, horizontal design so it shouldn't take up too much room in your workspace. It also comes with a Displayport to HDMI adapter, so you won't need to buy any further accessories to make it HDMI compatible.
The new dock works with Thunderbolt 3 on both Mac and Windows and is compatible with macOS High Sierra and Windows 10.
The new TBT3-UD1-85W from Pluigable is available now from Amazon, Walmart, eBay, Newegg, and Plugable.com for $199 USD, complete with a $10 launch coupon.
Plug it in!
Thunderbolt 3 and 85W of charging power!
Dock your Mac or Windows laptop, expand your workflow and plug in all your peripherals with the new TBT3 dock from Plugable. Get $10 with a launch coupon!
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