Thunderbolt docking stations are due into stock next week.
What is really special is that these Thunderbolt docking stations allow you to add an NVMe PCIe SSD inside the dock.
This means you can have a single cable connect to your computer or device with up to 9 peripherals attached to the dock, PLUS have the advantage of an SSD drive also.
HomeKit Australia's Thunderbolt NVMe dock is the ultimate high performance data storage and hub docking station on the market.
This Thunderbolt NVMe docking station is based around Intel's Titan Ridge Universal dock chipset. It supports both a Thunderbolt 3 or Thunderbolt 4 host and MFDP host PC or laptop.
HomeKit Australia's Thunderbolt hub supports two Thunderbolt 40Gbps and Thunderbolt daisy chains.
Support for video includes a single 8K 60Hz (7680x4320), 5K60Hz (5120x2880) UHD or dual 4K 60Hz display output.
In total there are nine outlet ports that include Thunderbolt, Display Port 1.4, ethernet, SD & CF 2.0 cards, USB3.1 Gen2, USB3.1 Gen1, USB-C, NGFF m.2 B Key and NVMe M Key.
HomeKit Australia's Thunderbolt NVMe docking station provided the neatest connection to your computer or device with just a single cable to connect. And at the same time it provides the ultimate high-end performance with data transfer up to 40Gbps and support for two 4K monitors. All from a single box.
Initially Thunderbolt NVMe docking stations are available with an empty SSD slot. Shortly we will add options to include a 1TB NVMe PCIe Seagate Barracuda SSD or 2TB Seagate Barracuda SSD's.
You can also purchase a separate Thunderbolt case.