Sonnet launched its new Echo 5 Thunderbolt 4 Hub this week, which comes with four Thunderbolt 4 ports, three of which are for connecting peripherals and one for connecting and charging the computer. One of the useful features of the Echo 5 Thunderbolt 4 Hub is its ability to allow users to connect three bus-powered Thunderbolt end devices at the same time, rather than being limited to daisy-chaining multiple separately powered devices .
Thunderbolt 4 hub
“The Thunderbolt hub you’ve always wanted without paying for the extra features you don’t need. A single cable powers your laptop and connects to multiple Thunderbolt and USB peripherals. The Echo ™ 5 Thunderbolt 4 Hub from Sonnet – the compact universal hub for today and tomorrow. Connect your Thunderbolt devices, monitors and USB peripherals and connect them all to your computer through the hub using the included Thunderbolt cable. The Echo 5 Thunderbolt 4 Hub even supplies your laptop with up to 85 W charging power. When it’s time to go, just unplug the Thunderbolt cable, grab your laptop, and go. “
“In total, the hub’s Thunderbolt ports support up to five Thunderbolt peripherals. For users with more USB than Thunderbolt peripherals, the Thunderbolt 4 ports do a double job – they support USB4 and USB-3 devices (including displays) when connected with the right cable or adapter, even at the end of one Thunderbolt device chain. Sonnet has designed its hub in such a way that it delivers up to 85 watts of power via its computer port and its charging port – instead of just 60 watts from competing products – so that a much larger variety of computers can be charged and supplied with power at or almost full power can.”
For more information, full specifications and pricing, please visit the Sonnet official website by following the link below.
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