Razer simply had to place RGB illumination in this $330 Thunderbolt 4 dock

We’ve seen a small number of manufacturers announce Thunderbolt 4 docks since Intel detailed the user interface standard back 2020, but few have recently come out with one because fancy as usually the one Razer simply announced. The company’s new hub that is 10-port about all the connections you could want. On the front, you’ll find a UHS-II SD card slot, 3.5mm audio jack and a Thunderbolt 4-compatible port that is USB-C of delivering up to 90W of capacity to your laptop computer while keeping a 40 Gbps information transfer. A Gigabit Ethernet connection and three USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 ports on the back, meanwhile, you have access to three Thunderbolt 4-compatible USB-C ports.

Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma

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It wouldn’t be a Razer product without RGB lighting, so naturally that’s included as well. The entire brick weighs less than a pound and measures and can output to 4K monitors (at 60Hz) at the time that is same.

The dock works with Windows PC running on an Intel that is 11th-gen CPU as well as both Intel and M1 Macs running macOS Big Sur — though keep in mind the company’s Synapse software, which you need to tweak the dock’s RGB lighting, isn’t currently available on macOS. It will also work with Razer’s other products that are thunderbolt-compatible such as the Razer Core GPU enclosure.

At $330, Razer’s Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma is costly, also by the criteria of a few of the Thunderbolt 4 hubs we’ve seen announced recently. As an example, OWC’s Thunderbolt 4 dock has very nearly the number that is same of but costs $249. Of course, you’re ready to pay the premium on the company’s dock if you already own a Razer laptop, you’ll probably want to complete the look of your setup, in which case.

Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2

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Razer in addition has updated its aluminum Chroma laptop computer stand. The V2 that is new model in at $150, making it $50 more expensive than its predecessor, but comes with a more diverse selection of ports. Instead of three USB-A 3.0 connections, it features a single USB-C 3.2 port, two USB-A 3.2 ports, an HDMI 2.0 connection and a dedicated port that is USB-C energy distribution. Such as the model that is previous it also puts your laptop on an 18-degree tilt to improve the ergonomics of your setup.

Both the Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma and Laptop Stand Chrome V2 are available to pre-order today from the Razer website today that is starting

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