Sabrent ships with a Thunderbolt 3 base with built-in NVMe SSDs. The company offers that dock with storage capacities of up to 16TB, priced at $2,900. The company is also releasing cheaper variants with less storage space.
The Sabrent Thunderbolt 3 port It will be available in four variants, with 2TB, 4TB, 8TB and 16TB storage. will be merged Sabrent Rocket Q Solid State Drives, which has a PCIe 3.0 interface and qlc nand memory. According to the manufacturer, the integrated SSD achieves sequential speeds of up to 1.5 GB/s via the dock. Sabrent does not share arbitrary read and write speeds.
On the back of the dock are two Thunderbolt 3 connections, one of which serves as an input. The dock can provide up to 96 watts of power to a connected laptop. The Sabrent also supplies the dock with three USB 3.2 Type-A ports, a USB 3.2 Type-C connector, an Ethernet port, an SD card reader, a DisplayPort 1.4 connector, and two 3.5mm audio and microphone ports. The dock is powered by an AC connection, He also writes for The Verge†
Sabrent launches Thunderbolt 3 in the United States. The cheapest model with 2 TB of storage will go on sale there for $ 500, which, with conversion and VAT included, is 550 euros. The 4TB version costs 716 euros with VAT, the 8TB model costs 1432 euros and the 16TB model 3,203 euros. Sabrent is yet to talk about availability in Europe.
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