Kensington’s Thunderbolt 4 Dock turns your MacBook into a full desktop for $300 (save $50)


Amazon now offers the Kensington SD5700T Thunderbolt 4 dock for: $299.99 shipped. It normally fetches $350, but today’s offer marks a new low with $50 off. We’ve seen it before starting at $310, with this discount finally breaking the $300 price floor for the first time. With 11 ports for your macOS workstation, Kensington’s Thunderbolt 4 dock lets you turn your MacBook into a full-fledged desktop computer with a single cable. In addition to 90W power throughput, there are also three Thunderbolt 4 ports on the back for using displays, SSDs and other high-bandwidth devices, on top of three USB-A Gen 2 10Gb/s ports, Gigabit Ethernet and an SD card reader, include a different I/O. This is one of the more affordable ways to get into the Thunderbolt 4 game, mainly thanks to the price cut. Go below for more.

As capable as the lead deal is for connecting all kinds of legacy peripherals and devices to your workstation, Anker’s Thunderbolt 4 Mini Dock may be a better option for those who want a more customizable experience. In addition to 85W of power delivery to your machine, the single cable provides three additional Thunderbolt 4 ports that can be paired with display connection cables, 10GbE adapters, and more. Plus, you’ll find a USB-A slot for those legacy connections. We have described how versatile this offer was in our Tested with 9to5Toys review from last year and noted that it is a future-proof way to upgrade your workstation.

If you’re looking for a way to take advantage of a portable workstation that can transform when you’re sitting at your desk, Apple’s all-new M2 MacBook Air is easily one of the best options out there. It is also currently for sale! Descend to $1,099 after a rare discount at Amazon, you can save $100 on the popular machine with MagSafe and the slick new colorways.


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