OWC Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock
Bus-Powered ‘Multi-Adapter’ with Dual 4K HDMI, Dual USB + Gigabit Ethernet
Connect to Network
Accessories & Storage
2 x USB
Rugged & Stylish
Experience the Best of Thunderbolt
The OWC Thunderbolt 3 mini Dock harnesses the full potential of your laptop’s Thunderbolt 3 port—fast data transfers, dual 4K display support, and small device charging power—creating a hub of powerful connections. Built by the world’s largest producer of Thunderbolt devices, OWC follows the highest standards in engineering and manufacturing, so you can use the Thunderbolt 3 mini Dock with full confidence in its compatibility and precision performance.
See the Big Picture
Two HDMI 2.0 ports for two 4K displays
Fast File Transfer
Connect a portable drive, flash drive, or card reader via one USB 3 5Gb/s port1
Bye-Bye Patchy Wi-Fi
Gigabit Ethernet port for better streaming, sharing, and surfing
Compact, lightweight, and no AC adapter needed
Sounds So Good
Supports HDMI precision multi-channel audio such as LCPM, DTS, and Dolby Digital
Charge small mobile devices and most smartphones via USB 3 port2
Bring Your Gear
One USB 3 and one USB 2 port for a drive, card reader, mouse, and device charging
See What You’ve Been Missing
The OWC Thunderbolt 3 mini dock effectively uses your computer’s Thunderbolt 3 bandwidth potential (up to 40Gb/s) to support two 4K @ 60Hz displays without any performance impact. Transform your notebook’s single display into a three-screen multiplex and increase your productivity with extended or mirrored modes. Experience, crystal-clear vibrant 4K video and high-fidelity audio in gaming and uncompressed video streaming in high action sports and movies.
Connections Are the Key to Success
Through its USB 3 and USB 2 ports, the OWC Thunderbolt 3 mini dock opens up a world of convenience and functionality wherever you work. Control your workspace with the ease of a full-sized keyboard or mouse. Back up work to an external drive. Import files from a flash drive, card reader, or optical drive. Send files to a printer. Charge up small mobile devices. With extra connections, it’s easy to keep up with your potential.
Stream, Share, and Connect Faster, More Reliably
Truly a must have for mobile professionals, the OWC Thunderbolt 3 mini dock offers a Gigabit Ethernet port for a faster, more reliable internet connection. Enjoy a speedy server connection, uninterrupted downloads, and reliable file transfers, while saying goodbye to the productivity-stalling doom of patchy Wi-Fi.
Be at Your Best Anywhere
Even with its huge workflow benefits, the OWC Thunderbolt 3 mini Dock is small enough to fit discreetly on your desktop or inside a gear bag for mobile use. The lightweight, bus-powered aluminum housing and its 7.2-inch tethered Thunderbolt 3 cable eliminate the typical dock’s separate connection cable and power adapter. Nothing to lose or forget, no agonizing over which device to disconnect from your port-limited machine, no extra bulk...the OWC Thunderbolt 3 mini Dock truly lets you work at your best anywhere.
Disconnect in One Click
OWC Dock Ejector software safely disconnects drives connected to Dock in a single click. Designed by OWC hardware and software engineers, Dock Ejector ensures all data is written before disconnection, saving time and protecting against data loss. Use it to move quickly between workstations and get the most out of your OWC Dock.
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- USB 3 port supports bus-powered drives with .9A (900mA) or less power requirements as well as drives connected to a power adapter.
- USB 3 port provides .9A (900mA) of power. This will charge devices requiring 1.0A at slower rate than factory power adapter. Larger devices like tablets requiring 2.1A will not charge. There is no power supplied to USB 3 (or USB 2) port while host computer is turned off or in “sleep” mode.