Corsair Launches TBT200 Thunderbolt 4 Dock with Four Thunderbolt 4 Ports

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Corsair has launched the TBT200, a Thunderbolt 4 dock that unlocks an array of connectivity options for compatible laptops, Macs, PCs and Chromebooks over a single cable. Encased in an aluminum-clad package and priced at $339.99, the dock features four Thunderbolt 4 ports (including one host connection) and a multitude of additional connections that include HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, 2.5Gb ethernet, 3.5 mm audio, USB Type- C, as well as Type-A and more. Corsair’s TBT200 Thunderbolt 4 Dock will arrive at resellers and the company’s webstore in early December.

Corsair is also launching its TBT100 DP Thunderbolt 3 dock today, an update that features the same form factor, design, and functionality of the TBT100 but adds two DisplayPort 1.4 ports, each capable of driving a 4K60 display. Its connectivity options include Gigabit Ethernet, a UHS-II SD card reader, 2x USB Type-C SuperSpeed 10 Gbps ports, and up to 85 watts of power delivery. Corsair’s TBT100 DP Thunderbolt 3 Dock is priced at $289.99 and available immediately from the company’s webstore and its worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors.

From a Corsair press release:

With Thunderbolt 4, the TBT200 unlocks even more connection options for today’s most advanced laptops and PCs over a single cable. While Thunderbolt 4 shares the same bandwidth as its predecessor at 40Gbps, it unlocks an array of new connection options, including up to 3 simultaneous connected Thunderbolt devices. Users can choose to connect their displays via any combination HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort, or via the included USB Type-C to DisplayPort and USB Type-C to HDMI adapters, supporting a huge range of hardware from 4K TVs to professional production-level displays.

In addition to its four Thunderbolt 4 ports, making it easy to connect all your Thunderbolt devices at once, TBT200 also offers a massive array of ports to connect almost any legacy or peripheral device. 3x USB Type-A Ports (up to 10Gbps combined bandwidth), 1x USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm audio combo jack, 2.5Gb ethernet and a UHS-II SD 4.0 card reader can handle even the most demanding creative armada of devices.

What’s more, TBT200 also offers up to 96W of host power delivery, able to drive even power hungry professional laptops at full performance, or simultaneously charge a whole array of devices at once with smart charging technology.

Encased in a minimalist aluminum case that includes a built-in Kensington Security Slot, the TBT200 effortlessly fits into even the most refined workstation setup and is fully compatible with Windows, Mac, and Chromebook, including the Thunderbolt Dock Utility, Apple SuperDrive and Keyboard on Mac.

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