Razer regularly enhances its catalog of accessories and other peripherals. Over the years, the brand has greatly diversified its activities. Today we are talking about a Thunderbolt dock.
A computer cannot be reduced to a tower, a screen, a keyboard and a mouse. Very often today we have a number of additional accessories, which must be plugged in. Plugging everything directly into the tower, or the screen, is inconvenient, and not always possible. You must then use a hub / concentrator / dock. This is what Razer offers today with its Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock .
Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock, a comprehensive universal docking station
Whether you use a desktop or a laptop, having a dock gives you quick access to a number of ports. No more digging around behind the machine, taking the risk of unplugging something you don’t want, etc. The dock makes it easy and quick to plug in / unplug storage systems and other peripherals that don’t need a lot of power.
Compatible with Razer Chroma system
If such an accessory might interest you, know that Razer has just announced a new benchmark in this segment, the Thunderbolt 4 Dock. This is a dock that allows you to do just what we just described. And, Razer obliges, this one embeds its share of RBG lighting. We like it or not, but it could certainly help to perfect a Razer setup. For those who like flashy colors, of course.
The dock itself is made from aluminum for a design very clean exterior. RGB lights excepted, this Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock should fit perfectly into a setup. In terms of connectivity, you should know that the device is compatible with computers Windows and Mac and has a UHS-II SD card reader, an Ethernet port, three USB-A ports and 4 Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports. The dock also delivers 90W of power, which should allow charging devices like smartphones and tablets.
That being said, with its spec sheet if included, the Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock is not cheap. It is offered for € 329.99 on the Razer site . Delivery from February 14, 2021.