OWC THUNDERBOLT HUB
ADD MORE THUNDERBOLT PORTS™ + USE WITH USB-C MACHINES TOO!
OWC THUNDERBOLT HUB
Demand for the world's first Thunderbolt 'port expander' has been incredible! The first and second production runs have sold out. Pre-order today to claim your Hub from the next run scheduled to ship in May + FREE Shipping!
You will not be billed prior to shipment and you can change/cancel your pre-order at any time.
More Ports for A World of Possibilities
For the first time ever, the OWC Thunderbolt Hub lets you consolidate and simplify the connectivity between all your devices with all the Thunderbolt ports you’ve always wanted. The OWC Thunderbolt Hub’s four Thunderbolt (USB-C) ports and one USB port massively expand your connection possibilities. Now you can do more, effortlessly on your Apple M1 Mac, any Apple ‘Intel’ Mac with Thunderbolt 3, or any Thunderbolt 4 PC. You can also use the OWC Thunderbolt Hub with non-Thunderbolt USB-C machines like Chromebooks and iPads too.
Plug It All In
Your devices will deliver the same compatibility as when they're plugged directly into your computer.
More Ports = More Devices
Connect more storage, up to two 4K displays or one 5K/6K/8K display, accessories... you name it, you can use it.
Reinvents the Daisy Chain
Create multiple independent “tree branches,” and connect multiple bus-powered devices.
Up to 60W to keep the power flowing through real-world uses.1
Customize the illumination for your work setting.
Kensington Nano slot for anti-theft cabling.
This hub comes Thunderbolt Certified with built-in OWC reliability and dependability.
0.8m Thunderbolt cable. It’s in the box.
One Hub to Connect Them All
You can connect and charge nearly anything via this compact hub through a single port on your Thunderbolt equipped Mac or PC. Up to two 4K displays or one 5K/6K/8K display, high-performance storage including NVMe solutions, A/V mixers, phone or tablet, even desktop accessories like a keyboard or mouse are all fair game. Accessories with past, present or future USB or Thunderbolt interfaces — all connect to the OWC Thunderbolt Hub.
With daisy chains, removing any device other than the last one will break the chain and disconnect devices until you reconnect them. The OWC Thunderbolt Hub lets you create three separate “tree branch” chains, so you can remove devices from one chain without affecting or disconnecting the others. You can even add three bus-powered Thunderbolt devices.
Plug in Multiple Bus-Powered Thunderbolt Drives
In the past, daisy chaining external storage required you to place it as close to the front of the chain for the fastest and most reliable performance. Placing bus-powered drives first in the chain was impossible as they had to be placed last, and the chain was limited to just one bus-powered device! Now you can connect multiple bus-powered drives directly to the OWC Thunderbolt Hub and unleash their performance.
A Higher Vision
Thanks to its Thunderbolt technology, the OWC Thunderbolt Hub lets you connect to a single 5K/6K/8K display, or up to two 4K displays. Enjoy more precise and vivid details in graphic-intensive CAD drawings. Take your Photoshop or Affinity Photo images up a notch. Edit large format video on one display, while previewing the raw playback on the other. Attend a video meeting on one screen while editing content on another screen. Whatever your workstation display needs, the OWC Thunderbolt Hub gives you the connectivity you need to execute your vision.
The OWC Thunderbolt Hub works with any Mac with an available Thunderbolt 3 port running macOS 11.1 Big Sur. Need a Thunderbolt dock that works with older versions of macOS? Check out our selection of award-winning Thunderbolt 3 docks.
The OWC Thunderbolt Hub works with any Windows PC with an available Thunderbolt 4 port. Need a hub for PC without Thunderbolt 4? Rest assured this connectivity wonder stands ready for duty as a USB-C hub. Check out all of our award-winning Thunderbolt and USB-C docks.
It’s about time someone invented a hub that looks and works as stylishly cool as you. Surrounded with heat-dissipating anodized aluminum capped off by a polished black top, the OWC Thunderbolt Hub runs cool and looks great no matter where you put it on your desktop. When you’re taking a short break or are done for the day and your computer goes into sleep mode, the OWC Thunderbolt continues to power and/or charge connected devices.
Disconnect in One Click
OWC Dock Ejector software safely disconnects multiple drives from the OWC Thunderbolt Hub in a single click. Dock Ejector was designed by OWC hardware and software engineers to ensure that all data is written before disconnection, saving time and protecting against data loss. It makes losing your hard-earned work a thing of the past.
Apple SuperDrive Ready
OWC's free Dock Ejector software also includes a special driver that enables your OWC Thunderbolt Dock to play and burn CDs and DVDs with the Apple SuperDrive. Just connect the SuperDrive to an open USB-A port on the OWC Thunderbolt Dock for bus power to watch a DVD movie, listen to music CDs, create a backup disk, and install software.
Secure Your Workflow
Active workspaces expose gear to bumps, shoves, or even the random tail wag from a pet. Just one ill-timed touch can cause an accidental cable disconnection, and an interruption to your workflow. OWC ClingOn custom cable stabilizers (sold separately) screw into the OWC Thunderbolt Hub’s housing to secure your Thunderbolt (USB-C) connections so you can work with confidence even in the highest foot traffic environments.
OWC, Trusted by Pros & Enthusiasts the World Over
We build our hardware to the highest standards of reliability and performance. Because 100% reliability is always the goal, we rigorously quality test and back our hardware with a 2 Year OWC Limited Warranty and award-winning customer support.Learn More
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- Thunderbolt 4 host port provides up to 60W of power to the host computer. Thunderbolt 4 ports for device/drive connection provide up to 15W of power. USB ports provide up to 1.5A of power for bus-powered drives and device charging.
- Actual display support varies by computer specifications. Supported Intel-based Apple Mac models and Thunderbolt 4 PCs support two displays over a Thunderbolt port. Apple M1 Mac models support a single display over a Thunderbolt port.
- Supported on all M1 Mac models and Thunderbolt 3 equipped Mac models running macOS 11.1 ‘Big Sur’ or later. Supported on Windows PCs with Thunderbolt 4 ports.