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OWC Announces New Lower Price on Thunderbolt 3 Dock for Holidays

OWC’s Best in Class Thunderbolt 3 Dock for Mac (and Windows) Now $249 – One Cable to connect your world and eliminate dongle chaos + Powers Laptops

OWC announced that their best  OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock (Mac and Windows™ PC) is now available for only $249 MSRP.  Just in time for the holiday season, OWC’s most powerful 12 port, desktop docking station is available at an even more exceptional value, delivering connectivity through one Thunderbolt 3 port and power and charging capabilities at the fastest speeds available.  

Docks are no longer only used by creative professionals, but also by mobile office workers, road warriors, students, and anyone who needs to be able to disconnect and reconnect quickly within their workspace. This sleek dock offers 12 ports including dual Thunderbolt 3, five USB 3.1 Gen 1, Gigabit/Ethernet, Mini DisplayPort, combo audio, SD Card Slot S/PDIF, and supports notebook and mobile device charging. Users can connect two 4K displays or one 5K display, connect and power multiple USB and Thunderbolt devices, access wired networks, enjoy pristine audio and transfer data at an astonishing speed. All of that is accomplished through one Thunderbolt 3 cable attached to a Windows PC or Mac with a Thunderbolt 3 port, giving users back the connections they need.  

Key Features: 

  • A single Thunderbolt 3 cable gives users 12 ports of connectivity
  • Connect and charge Thunderbolt 3 equipped Mac and Windows PCs
  • Connect a 5K display, or up to two full-resolution 4K displays
  • Connect, transfer data, power or charge 3 different devices at the normal USB charge and transfer (5Gbp/s) rate
  • Fast access to photos and videos on High Speed, Ultra High Speed and Express SD media cards with front-facing SD 3.0 Card Reader
  • Access wired networks or networked devices with Gigabit Ethernet port
  • 2-Year OWC Limited Warranty

The OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock (Mac and Windows PC) is one of a complete line of award-winning OWC docks. Available in Silver and Space Gray options, and now priced at $249 MSRP,  the dock is available through Adorama, B&H, Amazon, and other online retailers and in stores nationwide.

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  • Oct 18, 2018 – Hello everyone. I have a late 2014 Mac Mini. Would it’s thunderbolt ports be completely compatible with this device?

  • I would buy one immediately if it had a Thunderbolt 2 port for all such gear I bought from OWC

  • Is there any Thunderbolt 3 dock (or duplicator/splitter) with more than two Thunderbolt 3 ports? I mean, to increase the total number of functional Thunderbolt 3 ports on Mac. Much as can be done with USB ports. Any technical problem with that? Intel limitation? Thanks.

    • I have struggled with this issue for some time. The short answer is you cannot split the Thunderbolt port like you can a USB using a hub. The TB channel starts at the PCIe bus inside the respective PC, and connects like FireWire – meaning it daisy chains devices. Recently I built a windows based TB machine using a PCIe card that had two TB ports, but this was tied directly into the machine bus and disabled one NVMe SSD channel as it -took over the channels it needed on MOBO for TB. So short answer is if you want additional devices, make sure they come with with two ports, one for input and the other for downstream devices. Or get a Mac Pro or recent iMac with multiple TB ports at source.

      • One more thing. You can use an adapter to convert TB3 to TB2, as it supports backward compatibility. I use the Apple ones ($$$).