Brydge unveils Stone Pro TB4 Thunderbolt 4 docking station

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Brydge, known for its collection of iPad keyboards, has just announced the upcoming availability of their newest Thunderbolt 4 dock, the Stone Pro TB4.

Designed to work with macOS, Windows, and ChromeOS, the Stone Pro TB4 is a docking station designed to help expand your workspace efficiently. It boasts twelve ports to manage that ever-growing collection of devices you use alongside your laptop.

The Stone Pro TB4 features the following ports:

  • 3 x Thunderbolt 4 ports
  • 1 x USB-A (2.0 5V/1.5A)
  • 3 x USB-A (3.3 Gen 2 10 GBps)
  • 1 x Thunderbolt 4 PD 3.0 90W
  • 1 x SD Card reader
  • 1 x Ethernet (Gigabit)
  • 1 x 3.5mm audio port (headphone/microphone)
  • 1 x dock power port

While the Stone Pro TB4 does not feature an HDMI or Display Port, it can support a single 8K display at 30Hz or two 4K displays at 60Hz through Thunderbolt 4. However, the M1 MacBook Air and M1 13-inch MacBook Pro do not support multiple displays.

This dock supplies up to 90 watts of charging power, making it compatible with all current MacBooks.

Brydge also includes a stand, allowing you to orient the dock vertically to maximize desk space.

The Stone Pro TB4 isn't out yet, but Brydge plans on shipping starting in November. It's currently priced at $349.99, and those interested can head to Brydge's website and sign up to receive an email when sales go live.