Laptops are replacing desktop computers and becoming more versatile and powerful. My MacBook Pro handles word processing, web browsing, high-megapixel image editing, and 4K+ video editing. However, docks and hubs make laptops even more versatile by providing access to more ports, additional displays, and external storage.
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The Satechi Dual Dock Stand ensures a streamlined setup without multiple docks, hubs, and drives dangling from your laptop.
Satechi Dual Dock Stand
The Satechi Dual Dock Stand is designed to transform an Apple MacBook or Windows laptop into a powerful hub, with support for an M.2 SATA/NVMe SSD to expand the system storage.
Satechi Dual Dock Stand tech specs
- Connector Type: Dual USB-C
- Dimensions/Weight: 15 oz (about 425 g)
USB-C PD Pass-through Port up to 75W
2 x USB-C Data Ports (5Gbps & 10Gbps)
2 x HDMI 2.0 Port (4K/60Hz)
1 x DisplayPort 1.4 Port (4k/60Hz)
2 x USB-A Ports (5Gbps & 10Gbps)
1 Gigabit Ethernet Port
1 x M.2 SATA/NVMe SSD Port (SSD not Included)
Everything about the Satechi Dual Dock Stand exudes quality, fitting well with the design aesthetic of my MacBook Pro. The ports the dock offers, including gigabit Ethernet, DisplayPort, HDMI, USB-A, USB-C data, and power delivery, provide a wide range of connectivity options.
The dock fits perfectly beneath the laptop, providing additional ports and acting as a stand to elevate and tilt the laptop for a more ergonomic position. It also has a built-in SSD enclosure that supports M.2 SATA/NVMe drives.
The Satechi Dual Dock Stand retails for $150, making it a fantastic dock at a fantastic price that expands the capability of laptops, turning them into a portable workstation.