Razer preps Thunderbolt 4 Dock with RGB LEDs

Posted on Friday, Feb 05 2021 @ 10:19 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
In need of a fancy Thunderbolt 4 dock? Razer is working on the Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma. This model is made from aluminium, has Razer Chroma RGB light effects, and offers a variety of ports:
The all-new Razer Thunderbolt™ 4 Dock Chroma has been designed to expand desktop connectivity and empower users to do more – whether on a Windows or Mac¹ laptop or desktop. It features the latest standards in connectivity, including a UHS-II SD card reader to quickly transfer files from a camera, an Ethernet port for fast and stable internet connectivity, three USB Type-A ports for connecting legacy devices, and four USB Type-C Thunderbolt™ 4 ports for connecting everything else.

The Thunderbolt™ 4 enabled ports dramatically expand what users can do. With a bandwidth of 40Gbps, the dock can host up to two 4K monitors or one 8K monitor, an ultra-fast external SSD for increased storage, and provides power delivery up to 90W to keep external devices charged.

While other docks are better off left out of sight, the Razer Thunderbolt™ 4 Dock Chroma was designed as a desktop centerpiece – with its minimalistic design and matte black aluminum finish, users will want it kept up front and center. In a world of dull gray devices, the dock brings every desk space to life with a strip of Razer Chroma RGB lighting that runs along the bottom and can be customized to match any of the 16.8 million colors available in Razer Synapse 3.
Be prepared to empty your bank account. The firm is currently taking pre-orders for $329.99 (329.99EUR).

Thunderbolt 4 Dock


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