NewQ dock adds up to three displays on any M1 & M2 Mac
The newest product from NewQ is a 16-in-1 USB-C docking station that can connect up to three 4K monitors, even on an M1 Mac.
With 150W of power delivery, the dock includes nearly any port users might need for their workspace. For example, it can provide up to 96W of power to charge a MacBook, and the 18W port can power an iPhone.
The docking station contains built-in safety features and cooling performance to keep it safe, and the spacious interior with an aluminum alloy exterior helps heat dissipation.
The device's USB-C/Thunderbolt 4 connector allows users to transfer huge files quickly, so they won't need to wait long for file transfers. The dock also supports up to 10Gbps data transfer speeds through other ports.
The ports include two HDMI 2.0, one DisplayPort 1.4, two USB-A 3.2 at 10Gbps, two USB-A 2.0, one USB-C 3.2 at 10Gbps, one RJ45 Ethernet, SD and TF 3.0 card readers, two 3.5mm Audio, two Power Delivery out (USB-A and USB-C), and a 150W DC-IN port.
The docking station also lets users connect up to 4K at 60Hz monitors to extend their workspace for gaming or productivity. With the drivers included with the dock, it will allow multiple monitor support on early M1 Macs, which are limited to a total of two displays.
Pricing & Availability
NewQ sells the docking station on its website and through Amazon for $199.99. However, the company is offering it for 35% off at $129.99 for a limited time.