OWC on Thursday introduced a new lineup of accessories compatible with Apple Mac devices, including a Thunderbolt 4 portable SSD and refreshed dock, a 3.5-inch drive carrier, and a USB-C travel dock.
The Thunderbolt Dock, priced at $249, features a range of different connectivity options to expand the port options on a computer. It features three Thunderbolt 4 ports, four USB-A ports, an SD card reader, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
It connects to a computer via a single Thunderbolt port, and can drive up to two dual 4K displays or a single 5K, 6K, or 8K display. It also supports high performance storage solutions like NVMe; audio/visual mixers; and a range of other accessories.
OWC also debuted the USB-C Travel Dock, which sports two USB-3 ports, and HDMI port, an SD card reader and a Gigabit Ethernet port. It also features 100W pass-through power to keep devices powered, but remains about the "size and weight of a hockey puck."
Aimed at users on the go, the USB-C Travel Dock is focused on providing bus-powered dock capabilities in remote workflows. It sticks with Thunderbolt 3, but is compatible with Thunderbolt 4.
Along with the docks, the accessory maker also debuted the Envoy Pro FX, which it calls "the fastest and most compatible portable drive ever made."
The Envoy Pro FX features high performance read and write speeds in a durable footprint. It's encased in an aluminum housing and is rated at IP67 dust- and water-resistant. It's compatible with Thunderbolt 3, Thunderbolt 4 and USB4.
Lastly, OWC unveiled a carrier shuttle for 3.5-inch drive bays. The U2 Shuttle combines up to four SSDs into a single RAID solution. Priced at $149.99 when empty, it can also be configured with up to 16TB of storage.
OWC has told AppleInsider that it will be discussing the products in more detail during the virtual Consumer Electronics Show.
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