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8-in-1 Mini Portable Thunderbolt 3 Dockwith NVMe Slot(Up to 2800Mbps)

8-in-1 Mini Portable Thunderbolt 3 Dockwith NVMe Slot(Up to 2800Mbps)

SKU: TRE7005

Mini Portable 8 in 1  Thunderbolt 3 Dock

 

About this item

  1. 8 ports: 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x RJ45 Ethernet, 2x USB-A (10 Gbps), 1x USB-C(10 Gbps), 1x NVMe Slot (PCIe 3.0), 1x DC 120-watt power jack (24V/5A; 60-watt bypass to host), and 1x Thunderbolt 3 daisy-chain port
  2. The expandable NVMe slot is perfect for inserting an ultra-fast upgrade, Backup or transfer all your video, music, photography or other large files at lightning fast speeds up to 2800 MB/s [Depend on the model of NVME M.2 Hard Drive]
  3. Dual-video support: the DP 1.4 port supports dual high-definition dual-output (DP 1.4 8K/60Hz + 4K/30Hz or dual 4K/60Hz) for enhanced workspace versatility and productivity
  4. Daisy chain: use the daisy-chain port to connect up to 6 additional Thunderbolt 3 compatible devices, including Thunderbolt 3 docks and displays
  5. Universal compatibility: equipped with Intel Titan Ridge technology, the docking station works with either a Thunderbolt 3 or a Type-C host using Mac OS or Windows; a great choice for a wide range of systems and hosts(NVMe slot will not be recognized in USB3.1 mode)

Product Package Contents

  • TB3 dock main unit
  • SSD Fixing screw
  • Screwdriver
  • Thunderbolt 3 Cable
  • DC Power Adapter

 

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IMPORTANT NOTICE
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Planning to get this product & also you're an M1 chip computer user?

 

If you are, you might want to take a look at the SSD compatible list ( Link: https://bit.ly/3PVW81i ). Especially if you're looking to purchase an SSD that would be used in a Mac OS environment / with an M1 computer. As there are numerous reports of M1 computers do somehow limit the WRITE speed of an SSD while the READ speed is normal. We strongly believe that the issue would be corrected in the next Mac OS update, hopefully.

 

DO NOTE, even the SSDs listed as "COMPATIBLE" ones, the WRITE Speed might still be limited / degraded if used with M1 computers. We suggest that you have a look at the forum links below before getting your SSD for storage expansion. 

 

Should you decide to try out the "Compatible" ones on the SSD compatible list to see if it works without the WRITE SPEED LIMIT on an M1 chip computer, please do purchase the desired SSD(s) from an SSD seller that allows return if the purchased SSD(s) is somehow under-performing or showing lowered WRITE speed due to M1 chip WRITE speed limitations. We do not accept product return if it's solely for the reason of WRITE Speed Limit on an M1 chip computer. In which, it's something that Mac's end should be rectifying. 

 

So far, we do know that Samsung 970 Pro, Samsung 980 Pro, Corsair MP400 SSDs are working well and not affected by the WRITE speed limitation on M1 computers.

 

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LINKS:
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NVMe Slow WRITE speed on M1 computers - https://www.trebleet.com/forum/technical-support/nvme-slow-write-speed-on-m1-computers


DO NOT use Sabrent SSD in MacOS environment - https://www.trebleet.com/forum/technical-support/do-not-use-sabrent-ssd-in-macos-environment


Tested the speed of the internal SSD of a Mac Studio with M1 Max chip - https://www.trebleet.com/forum/tb3-mac-mini-dock/tested-the-speed-of-the-internal-ssd-of-a-mac-studio-with-m1-max-chip

 

    $239.99Price

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