Belkin Announces Changes to Upcoming Thunderbolt Express Dock

Posted January 8, 2013 at 2:26am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6501 views

Belkin has again announced changes to its upcoming Thunderbolt Express Dock. The company is showcasing the device at CES 2013.

The Belkin Thunderbolt Express Dock eliminates the need to constantly plug and unplug numerous cable connected peripherals to your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. It provides ultimate portability and enables users to instantly access multiple desktop devices with one cable. The dock allows users to simultaneously connect up to eight desktop devices, watch movies in Full HD 1080p, transfer volumes of data in seconds, and view online content at gigabit Ethernet speeds with just one cable. The Thunderbolt Express Dock provides a much-needed solution that creates a cleaner, faster, more productive workspace and reliable connectivity to desktop devices and the Internet.

Features:
● Instant access to up to 8 desktop devices with one cable
● Cable-clutter-free design for a cleaner workstation
● 3 USB 3.0 ports
● 1 FireWire 800 port
● 1 Gigabit Ethernet port
● 1 3.5mm-out port
● 1 3.5mm-in port
● 2 Thunderbolt ports (1 upstream, 1 downstream for daisy-chaining up to 5 additional Thunderbolt devices)

Pricing & Availability
The Belkin Thunderbolt Express Dock will be available worldwide in Q1 2013 for $299.99 on Belkin.com and at select retailers.

Previously, Belkin had announced that the device would have an eSata port and be available in September 2012 for $399.99.

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