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Razer just had to put RGB lighting in this $ 330 Thunderbolt 4 dock

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The docking station works with a Windows PC powered by a 11th generation Intel processor, as well as Intel and Mac M1 running macOS Big Sur – but keep in mind that the company’s Synapse software, which you need to change the RGB lighting on the docking station, isn’t currently available on macOS. It will also work with Razer’s other Thunderbolt compatible products, including the Razer Core GPU case.

At $ 330, Razer’s Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma is pricey, even by the standards of some of the Thunderbolt 4 hubs we’ve seen announced recently. For example, OWC Thunderbolt 4 Dock has almost the same number of connections but costs $ 249. Of course, if you already own a Razer laptop, you’ll probably want to complete the look of your setup, in which case you’re ready to pay the premium on the corporate dock.


Razer has also updated its aluminum Chroma laptop stand. The new V2 model costs $ 150, which makes it $ 50 more expensive than its predecessor, but comes with a more diverse selection of ports. Instead of three USB-A 3.0 connections, it has a single USB-C 3.2 port, two USB-A 3.2 ports, an HDMI 2.0 connection, and a dedicated USB-C port for power supply. . Like the previous model, it also places your laptop on an 18-degree tilt to improve the ergonomics of your setup.

The Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma and the Chrome V2 Laptop Stand are available for pre-order today from the Razer website starting today.


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