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The Elgato will be available from September 20, 2018 Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock. The distributor for the Thunderbolt connection on the MacBook and MacBook Pro offers the option of using two 4K monitors at 60 Hz each via HDMI and DisplayPort. In addition, a USB-A 3.1 connection and an Ethernet port can also be used. By using Thunderbolt 3 the Mini Dock from Elgato offers a throughput of up to 40 GBit / s. What is not included and therefore can be a nuisance, especially on a MacBook with just one connection: a charging function. If you are still interested in the Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock, you can (pre) order it via Amazon Prime: click here.
Here I have summarized the most important information and features of the Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock so that you can see whether the device is for you or not. Please note that the device is not yet on the market and therefore I cannot answer any questions about it or provide a test.
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You can buy the Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock from Amazon. The pre-order is still running; from September 20th you should via this product page get the adapter for various connections on the MacBook (Pro) via Prime delivered quickly. By the way, on the site you will also find the article's big brother, the Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Dock with 3 x USB-A, 2 x USB-C / Thunderbolt 3, DisplayPort, Ethernet, 2 x jack for microphone and headphones as well as a charging function. The device costs around 280 euros. The mini dock costs just under 150 euros.
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