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Connect more devices to your Macbook Pro through the convenience of one cable. Capable of running dual 4K displays this dock is sure to meet all of your productivity needs, allowing you to power your... Read more
£294.00 inc VAT
Connect more devices to your Macbook Pro through the convenience of one cable. Capable of running dual 4K displays this dock is sure to meet all of your productivity needs, allowing you to power your device and run your monitors through one cable.
Connect 8 separate devices through a single Thunderbolt cable (included). Daisy chain up to 5 Thunderbolt devices from the dock. Enjoy connectivity at your convenience.
Number of ports: 9 in total - including Gigabit Ethernet and DisplayPort
Interface Type: Thunderbolt3
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