On the off chance that you’ve been hunting for a Thunderbolt 4 dock for your new laptop, Razer has another alternative for you to consider, basically called the Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock. It’s stacked with ports, and obviously, Chroma RGB lighting, as well. Razer says it’s USB4 agreeable, so it’ll be viable with the next wave of quick peripherals and gadgets. It’s accessible for preorder through Razer for $329.99, which appears to be competitive for what it offers.
Going on an outing around this understated, matte black aluminum dock, its front hosts a quick UHS-II SD card slot, a 3.5mm earphone jack, and a single Thunderbolt 4 port to plug straight into your PC. On the back is the place where you’ll discover the vast majority of the ports, including a barrel jack for its 135W power source, three Thunderbolt 4 ports for interfacing displays and accessories (including support for Razer’s Core X external graphics card enclosure), a Gigabit Ethernet port, and three USB Type-A 3.1 Gen 2 ports.
The Thunderbolt 4 Dock can deliver 90W PD charging to laptops, and in the event that you intend to associate external monitors to it, it can support up to two 4K screens with a 60Hz refresh rate, or one 8K display at 30Hz.
This dock is likewise viable with Windows 10 laptops with Thunderbolt 3 ports, as well as recent MacBook Pro and Air models running macOS Big Sur and the entirety of Apple’s M1-powered machines — all of which feature Thunderbolt 3.
Razer’s Thunderbolt 4 dock is just about a direct (however marginally more costly) parallel to the Kensington SD5700T dock that partner Monica Chin looked at. It’s $289.99 and features similar amount of Thunderbolt 4 ports, in addition to one extra USB Type-A port. Razer’s option is somewhat more thin, lightweight, and flashy with its LEDs, yet just you will know whether that is valued at $40 more.