Sonnet Echo 15+ Thunderbolt2 Docking Station with DVDRW Drive

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    Sonnet Echo 15+ Thunderbolt2 Docking Station with DVDRW Drive

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    Jigsaw Code: X726AAH
    Manufacturer Code: ECHO-DK-DVD-0TB

    • Interface: Thunderbolt
    • 3.5 inch drive bays: 1

    Platform:  cross platform cross platform

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    £370.00£444.00 incVAT

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    The Sonnet Echo 15 Thunderbolt DVD-RW Dock ECHO-DK-DVD-0TB is the perfect way to connect all your peripherals to your computer with a single cable. And, because it's based on blazing fast Thunderbolt technology, you don't have to sacrifice speed for convenience.

    The Sonnet Echo 15 leaves no device left out with USB 3.0, eSATA, FireWire 800, Gigabit Ethernet, 3.5mm audio input and 3.5mm audio output. Importantly it also has two Thunderbolt ports so you can easily daisy chain other Thunderbolt devices from the Sonnet Dock for even greater flexibility. Hidden away in the main unit is a 3.5" SATAIII bay so you can add a hard drive or SSD to add external storage to the dock making it truly universal dock for you MacBook or desktop Mac.

    You can even add external displays from the dock using the second Thunderbolt port. Displays with Mini DisplayPort will work natively and DVI, HDMI or VGA displays will work with an additional adapter (sold separately). If you have a new iMac, Retina MacBook or MacBook Air you may have noticed the lack of an optical drive. Not to worry with this Sonnet Thunderbolt Dock has a DVD-RW writer build-in!


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    3.5 inch drive bays
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    System Requirements

    Supports any Mac with a Thunderbolt port running OS X 10.8.2+

    Physical Description

    Form Factor
    H 8.38cm W 20cm D 22.5cm
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