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Add multiple monitors to your MacBook with iVANKY's FusionDock Prime Day deals

iVANKY FusionDock series

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Get the most out of your MacBook with one of three powerful FusionDock options from iVANKY, discounted for Prime Day 2024.

Apple has a port problem, and sure, recent MacBook Pros helped alleviate this with the return of HDMI and SD ports, but it isn't enough for professionals. If you've got a serious desktop setup for your MacBook, help make it the best with a purpose-built FusionDock.

There are three options from iVANKY for users looking to optimize their multi-monitor Mac desk setup. The FusionDock Max 1, FusionDock Pro 1, and FusionDock 1.

The FusionDock series can help users looking to set up two to four monitors with various MacBook models. iVANKY wants to offer users a way to connect multiple monitors and accessories without the clutter.

FusionDock Max 1

As the name FusionDock Max 1 suggests, it is built to be most compatible with MacBook Pros running an M-series Max chipset. It does work with any M-series MacBook, but it won't increase the number of monitors the Mac can handle.

iVanky FusionDock Max 1 front
iVANKY FusionDock Max 1 front

The most unique feature of the FusionDock Max 1 is that it has two Thunderbolt 4 chips. Users connect the dock using a proprietary dual connector that takes up two ports on the Macbook Pro and dock.

You're essentially getting twice the bandwidth from a single dock — something we've not seen in another dock. There are 20 ports that cover a wide variety of needs

  • 2 upstream USB-C
  • 4 downstream USB-C (40Gbps)
  • 1 USB-C (10Gbps, 30W PD)
  • 1 USB-C (10Gbps)
  • 5 USB-A (10Gbps)
  • 2 HDMI 2.0
  • 1 SD 4.0 (UHS-II)
  • 1 microSD 4.0 (UHS-II)
  • 1 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1 Front Audio In/Out (3.5mm)
  • 1 Rear Audio Out (3.5mm)
  • 1 Optical Audio
  • 1 DC In

The connected MacBook gets 96W of power, and an iPhone connected to the power delivery USB-C port gets 30W. The dock supports 2.5Gbps Ethernet and data transfer to and from the Mac at 40Gbps.

If you're using an M1 Max, M2 Max, or M3 Max MacBook Pro, you can connect up to four external monitors. Three of the monitors can max out at 6K 60Hz, with one at 4K 60Hz.

iVanky FusionDock Max 1 back
iVANKY FusionDock Max 1 back

MacBook Pros with M1 Pro, M2 Pro, and M3 Pro chips support dual monitor output maxing out at 6K 60Hz. Base M1, M2, or M3 MacBooks support only one monitor up to 6K 60Hz.

AppleInsider has reviewed the FusionDock Max 1, calling it an impressive piece of kit, if expensive. Well, thanks to the Prime Day deal and discount code 10forAIonly, you can snap up a much more attractive price for this dock.

The FusionDock Max 1 will be discounted on Amazon and the iVANKY website this Prime Day. Just add the dock to your cart today and return to place the order on July 16-17 to save an additional 10% with code 10forAIonly on top of the Prime Day price.

FusionDock Pro 1

If you're using a Mac with Apple Silicon but don't want to break the bank, the FusionDock Pro may be perfect for you. It is specially optimized for base M1, M2, or M3 (with the lid open) users who want to get around the single monitor limitation.

iVanky FusionDock Pro 1 front
iVANKY FusionDock Pro 1 front

To accomplish outputting non-mirrored content to three 4K 60Hz monitors, users will need to download the DisplayLink Manager software. After that, their MacBook can take advantage of all the screen real estate and 14 ports offered by the FusionDock Pro 1.

  • 1 upstream USB-C
  • 1 USB-C (5Gbps, 20W PD)
  • 1 USB-C (5Gbps)
  • 2 USB-A (5Gbps)
  • 2 USB-A (480Mbps)
  • 3 HDMI 2.0
  • 1 SD 3.0 (UHS-I)
  • 1 microSD 3.0 (UHS-I)
  • 1 Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1 Front Audio In/Out (3.5mm)
  • 1 DC In
  • 1 Security Slot

The connected MacBook gets 96W of passthrough power, while an iPhone connected to the power delivery USB-C port gets 20W. The dock has a 1 Gigabit Ethernet port.

iVanky FusionDock Pro 1 back
iVANKY FusionDock Pro 1 back

All three connected monitors can be 4K 60Hz. The DisplayLink driver must be installed to use the second and third HDMI ports.

The FusionDock Pro 1 will be discounted on Prime Day on the iVANKY website and on Amazon. Just add the dock to your cart today and return during Prime Day on July 16-17 to check out with code 10forAIonly.

FusionDock 1

If you're looking for the best budget dock for your Mac, the iVANKY FusionDock 1 provides plenty of useful ports and two HDMI out in a compact dock. It has a hardwired two USB-C connector for your MacBook.

iVanky FusionDock 1 front
iVANKY FusionDock 1 front

If you're using an M1 or M2 MacBook, the FusionDock 1 will only output to one monitor. The M3 MacBooks can output to two external monitors, but only with the lid shut.

There are twelve ports total with true non-mirroring two external display outputs.

  • 2 HDMI 2.0 Ports
  • 2 USB 3.0 Type-C Ports
  • 4 USB 3.0 Type-A Ports
  • 1 SD/TF Card Slot
  • 1 3.5mm Audio Headset Port
  • 1 Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1 DC in

The connected MacBook gets 96W of passthrough power, while an iPhone connected to the power delivery USB-C port gets 18W.

iVanky FusionDock 1 back
iVANKY FusionDock 1 back

The two external displays can support up to 4K 60Hz. The dock has a Gigabit Ethernet port.

The FusionDock 1 will be discounted for Prime Day on the iVANKY website and on Amazon. Just add the dock to your cart today and return during Prime Day on July 16-17 to save an additional 10% with discount code 10forAIonly.

Solving your monitor problems with FusionDock

MacBook Air and MacBook Pro owners love their portable computers, but many professionals have a dedicated desktop filled with monitors and accessories. Sure, you could attach each device to an individual port on the MacBook, but you'll either quickly run out of ports or end up with four or five cables jutting out from the sides.

Two Mac docks stacked with a third on the left side standing vertically
iVANKY FusionDock series can optimize your MacBook desktop

A proper dock is a must for any professional. It allows the user to redirect all the cable clutter to one single point while keeping the Mac connection to one wire.

The iVANKY FusionDock series offers users a variety of options that can deliver a massive four-monitor setup on compatible Apple Silicon hardware, alongside a dozen other accessories. They stand out with unique options like two Thunderbolt 4 chips and dual USB-C connectors that maximize efficiency and connectivity.

These industry-leading docks get even better with steep discounts thanks to Prime Day deals. Get any of the three docks from iVANKY's website or from Amazon using the code 10forAIonly during the Prime Day event.