Sonnet Technologies, a US-based tech company specializing in Thunderbolt & PCIe accessories, unveiled the latest Thunderbolt Echo dock that goes by the name Echo Dual NVMe Thunderbolt Dock. It is one of the premium offerings from the company that comes with several ports and amazing features that we have discussed further down below.
Sonnet Echo Dual NVMe Thunderbolt Dock Specifications
The new Echo Dock features two 40Gb/s Thunderbolt ports, two dedicated internal M.2 NVMe SSD slots, two USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10Gb/s) Type-C ports, and two USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports. The Sonnet docking station is compatible with all Thunderbolt 4, Mac M1, M1 Pro, and M1 Max computers.
With the Sonnet Dock, users can connect up to 10 additional devices including a monitor. You can also install two NVMEs SSDs of up to 16 TB, and seamlessly connect all of them via one computer port.
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Thanks to the combination of one 40Gb/s Thunderbolt peripheral port and four 10Gb/s USB ports, the Echo Dock supports a wide range of computing peripherals that are offered with maximum performance. Talking about the
separate SSDs installed in the Sonnet Echo Dock, you will get a data transfer rate of up to 1500MB/s. What’s more? The Thunderbolt Echo Dock supports up to five additional Thunderbolt 3 devices, as well as one 4K or 5K monitor, and even Apple’s Pro XDR Display.
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As far as charging is concerned, you can use the USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports to charge compatible devices at a maximum speed of 7.5 watts, while you can access the SSDs at a full speed. Further, the Sonnet Echo Thunderbolt Dock features active cooling and a design that offers better air circulation to beat the heat that is generated when multiple devices are connected at once. Did we mention that the Sonnet Echo Dock includes a Thunderbolt cable that supports Thunderbolt’s full 40 Gbps bandwidth? And, it is
compatible with Thunderbolt 4 and Thunderbolt 3 computers.
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