Modern ultrabooks have many benefits. Among other things, they look stylish thanks to the thin body, but users have to pay for this by the lack of a large number of ports. One of the tradeoffs is buying a docking station, which can solve the lack of connectors. The novelty from Razer – Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma looks very interesting.
The docking station connects to the laptop via Thunderbolt 4. Razer says it is USB4 compatible so that it will work with the next generation of peripherals.
Thunderbolt 4: Features and Specifications
The Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma is crafted from brushed black-painted aluminum. Razer Chroma RGB lighting is provided around the perimeter. Four Thunderbolt 4, three USB-A 3.2 Gen 2, RJ45, UHS-II SD reader, and 3.5mm audio jack are available from the connection interfaces. The docking station allows you to connect two 4K displays at 60Hz or one 8K display at 30Hz. It can also charge laptops via USB-C up to 90W. The complete power supply unit has a power of 135 W.
The device is compatible with Windows laptops equipped with Thunderbolt 4 or Thunderbolt 3 and Mac devices (Intel / M1). Dimensions: 190×74.5×27 mm, weight – 338 grams.
Thunderbolt 4: Price
The Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma is priced at $329.99.