OWC today announced the Thunderbolt Go Dock, which it claims is the world’s first full-featured Thunderbolt dock with a built-in power supply. With Thunderbolt 4 support, the dock is suitable for use with the latest 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.

The new Thunderbolt 4 docking feature at CES 2023 OWC
Thunderbolt docks usually have a separate power supply, while bus-powered docks powered by a Mac or other device connected to it usually have fewer ports. OWC’s new dock aims to solve this problem by offering a built-in power supply and 11 ports plentiful, including two Thunderbolt 4 ports, two USB-C ports, three USB-A ports, an HDMI port, an Ethernet port (2.5 Gbps), an SD card reader, and an audio jack. The dock connects directly to a power outlet with a cord, without an external brick.

The base is capable of providing up to 90W of pass-through charging to a connected MacBook Pro and is compatible with a wide range of other Apple devices with Thunderbolt or USB-C ports, including the MacBook Air, iPad Pro, iPad Air, and more. The dock can also be used with Chromebooks and other Windows computers.

Priced at $399, the Thunderbolt Go will be available for pre-order starting today OWC website Shipping will begin in April, according to OWC.

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