Adds three Thunderbolt 4 ports and one USB port to expand the connection possibilities of your Thunderbolt 4 PC.
- All the Thunderbolt you’ve always wanted: For the first time ever, add more full speed, fully functional Thunderbolt ports to your computer1
- Plug everything in: Same device compatibility, whether plugged into the hub or directly into your machine
- Manage more devices: Connect storage, up to two 4K displays or one 5K/6K/8K display, multiple accessories…you name it, you can use it
- Revolutionary development: Reinvents the chain and allows more bus-powered devices
- Powerful capabilities: Thunderbolt 4 host port keeps notebook powered and charged with up to 60W power delivery
- Adjustable LED: Customize illumination for your unique work setting
- Built-in security: Kensington Nano Security Slot™ for anti-theft cabling
- Official: Thunderbolt-certified for Mac and Windows
- Worry-free: 2 Year OWC Limited Warranty
More Ports for a World of Possibilities
For the first time ever, the OWC Thunderbolt Hub lets you consolidate and simplify the connectivity between all your devices with all the Thunderbolt ports you’ve always wanted. The OWC Thunderbolt Hub’s four Thunderbolt (USB-C) ports and one USB port massively expand your connection possibilities. Now you can do more, effortlessly on your Apple M1 Mac, any Apple ‘Intel’ Mac with Thunderbolt 3, or any Thunderbolt 4 PC. You can also use the OWC Thunderbolt Hub with non-Thunderbolt USB-C machines like Chromebooks and iPads too.
One Hub to Connect Them All
Through a single Thunderbolt port on your Mac or PC1, you can connect and charge nearly anything with this compact hub. Up to two 4K displays or a single 5K/6K/8K display, high performance storage—including NVMe solutions, A/V mixers, a phone or tablet, even desktop accessories like a keyboard or mouse are all fair game. Accessories with past, present, or future USB or Thunderbolt interfaces… all connect to the OWC Thunderbolt Hub.
Reinventing the Chain
Daisy chains can be complex. Removing any device besides the last one will cause a disruption that renders all devices unusable until the chain is re-established. The OWC Thunderbolt Hub lets you create three separate “tree branch” chains, so you can remove devices from one chain without affecting or disconnecting the others. You can even take things up a notch by adding three bus-powered Thunderbolt devices.
When the latest Thunderbolt appeared on Macs and PCs, it used a USB-C connector to transfer data, output video, and charge devices through the same cable. The OWC Thunderbolt Hub’s Thunderbolt 4 ports use that same USB-C connector, creating a multi-connectivity solution that works on 100’s of millions of existing and future Thunderbolt-based computers and devices. And, the ports are fully USB4 future compatible.
iPads & Chromebooks Too
The OWC Thunderbolt Hub also functions as a USB-C hub for expanding the device connectivity of USB-C equipped machines like iPads and Chromebooks. Now you can add USB devices like a keyboard, mouse, drive, and even a bigger display with a USB-C adapter (sold separately).
Unleash Drive Performance
In the past, daisy chaining external storage required you to place it as close to the front of the chain for the fastest and most reliable performance. That wasn’t possible with bus-powered drives. They had to be placed last in the Thunderbolt chain…and the chain was limited to just one bus-powered device! Now you can connect multiple portable SSDs directly to the OWC Thunderbolt Hub.
A Higher Vision
Thanks to its Thunderbolt technology, the OWC Thunderbolt Hub lets you connect a single 5K/6K/8K display, or up to two 4K displays. Enjoy more precise, vivid details in graphic-intensive apps. Edit large format video on one display, while previewing the raw playback on the other. Attend a video meeting while editing content on another screen. Whatever your workstation display needs, the OWC Thunderbolt Hub gives you the connectivity you need to execute your vision.
Keep The Power Flowing
It’s about time someone invented a hub that works as hard as you do. Whether you’re taking a short break or are done for the day, the OWC Thunderbolt Hub keeps you powering ahead. It doesn’t matter if your machine goes into sleep mode…the Thunderbolt 4 and USB ports continue to power and/or charge connected devices.
Disconnect In One Click
Safely disconnect multiple drives in a single click. OWC Dock Ejector was designed by OWC hardware and software engineers to ensure all data is written before disconnection, saving time and protecting against data loss. It makes losing your hard-earned work a thing of the past.
Apple Superdrive Ready
OWC’s free Dock Ejector software also includes a special driver that enables your OWC Thunderbolt Hub to play and burn CDs and DVDs with the Apple SuperDrive. Just connect the SuperDrive to an open USB-A port on the OWC Thunderbolt Dock for bus power to watch a DVD movie, listen to music CDs, create a backup disk, and install software.
Secure Your Workflow with OWC ClingOn
Active workspaces expose your gear to bumps, shoves, or even the random tail wag from a pet. Just one ill-timed touch can cause an accidental cable disconnection, and an interruption to your workflow. The OWC ClingOn custom cable stabilizers (sold separately) screw into the OWC Thunderbolt Hub’s housing to secure your Thunderbolt (USB-C) connections so you can work with confidence even in the highest foot traffic environments.
- Supported on Apple Mac models with Thunderbolt 3 and macOS ‘Big Sur’ or newer. Supported on Windows PCs with Thunderbolt 4 ports.
The best Thunderbolt 4 docks and hubs you can buy for your Mac
If you’re looking for Thunderbolt 4-compatible hubs and docks so that you can add more connectivity to your Mac, we’ve curated some of the best docking and port-expanding accessories currently on the market.
Most modern Mac models come with at least a few USB-C or Thunderbolt 4 ports. But, depending on the complexity of your setup, you may at times find yourself running out of ports. That’s where a dock or hub comes in.
While there are a plethora of docks and hubs with Thunderbolt 4 on the market, these are our picks for the best ones you can find.
Belkin Pro Thunderbolt 4 Dock
Belkin’s Connect Pro Thunderbolt 4 dock is a 12-port dock first announced in February. Although the Belkin Connect Pro dock features a variety of port options and a sleek design, it does also carry a hefty price tag of $399.
The Belkin Connect Pro dock
As far as USB-style ports, the dock sports two Thunderbolt 4 ports (a single upstream and a single downstream port), a pair of USB-A 3.1 ports, two USB-A 2.0 ports, and a single USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 port with support for USB-C PD 3.0.
Additionally, the Belkin Connect Pro dock also has an SD 4.0 card slot, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and a combination audio jack.
Buy at Belkin
The dock can deliver up to 90W of total power for charging connected devices. In addition, it can power a single monitor at up to 8K resolution, or dual monitors at up to 4K resolution.
That said, due to limitations within Macs, Apple users aren’t able to use both HDMI ports simultaneously. If you want to run two monitors with a Mac, you’ll have to use one HDMI port and the Thunderbolt 4 port. This makes the second HDMI port a waste of space for Mac users.
Belkin seems to primarily be targeting office users and PC users with this offering.
The Belkin Connect Pro dock retails for $399.99.
The CalDigit Thunderbolt Station 4 is an excellent dock that can suit the needs of most Mac users withs its 18 ports, familiar design, and fast data transfer.
CalDigit TS4 dock
On the front, you’ll find a UHS-II SD4 card reader, a UHS-II SD 4 microSD card reader, an audio combination jack, a USB 3.2 port with 7.5W of power output, a USB-C port with 7.5W of power output, and a USB-C port with 20W.
On the rear, you’ll find even more port options, including four USB-A 3.2 ports, a USB-C port, 2 downstream Thunderbolt 4 ports, a DisplayPort 1.4 port, audio input and output ports, and a 2.5Gb Ethernet port.
Buy at B&H
In short, you won’t be left wanting for more wired connectivity options with this port. It can deliver 98W of power and drive a single 8K or 6K display, or a pair of 6K displays.
Data transfer speeds are fast, the dock is neutral enough to look great in any setup, and the price is right at $359.99.
The TS4 is our top recommendation for a Thunderbolt 4 dock but, you’ll operate at lower speeds if every port is used simultaneously. If you’re looking for a solid dock with a plethora of port options, then the CalDigit TS4 is a solid choice.
Alogic Thunderbolt 4 Blaze Hub
The Alogic Thunderbolt 4 Blaze Hub is arguably not a dock. Instead, its form factor and port offering lines up more with portable USB hubs. Still, it can deliver dock performance for some setups.
Alogic Thunderbolt 4 Blaze hub
Essentially, the Thunderbolt 4 Blaze Hub is a pared-down version of the company’s Blaze docking station. It packs a total of five ports, which isn’t much compared to some other options on this list. However, all five ports are tech-forward.
Buy at Amazon
You’ll find a single upstream Thunderbolt 4 port with up to 60W of power output, three Thunderbolt 4 ports with 15W of power delivery, a single USB-A port with 7.5W of power delivery.
There’s no Ethernet port or SD card slot, which means that the hub won’t be the best for photographers, videographers, or those that need fast wired internet.
However, with a svelte and portable design and a $189.99 price tag (on sale at Amazon), it could deliver enough performance for certain users.
OWC Thunderbolt Dock
The aptly named OWC Thunderbolt Dock sets out to add additional port options to machines that lack a variety of wired connectivity. To that end, it does deliver.
OWC Thunderbolt Dock.
On the front of the dock, you’ll find a 96W Thunderbolt 4 port, a combination audio jack, a USB-A 2.0 port, and an SD 4.0 card reader.
On the rear, you’ll find the dock’s power supply, three Thunderbolt 4 ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and three USB-A 3.0 ports with data transfer speeds of up to 10Gb per second.
Buy at OWC
It can drive up to two dual 4K displays or a single 5K, 6K, or 8K display. The OWC option also supports high-performance storage like NVMe and other accessories.
The OWC Thunderbolt Dock doesn’t deliver the port variety or abundance of some of the other docks on this list, but it does cost less at $279. It could be a good option for users who are on a stricter budget.
Thunderbolt 4 Element Hub
If you’re looking to maximize the number of Thunderbolt 4 ports on your hub or dock, the CalDigit Thunderbolt Element Hub is a great choice for most users.
CalDigit Element Hub
The accessory itself is more of a USB hub than a dock, but it fills a unique role among potential Mac accessories. On the front, you’ll find four Thunderbolt 4 ports that are rated at 40Gbps and 18W. That’s more ports than most other hubs on the market.
In addition to the Thunderbolt 4 ports, you’ll also find four USB-A 3.2 ports. While there are several options on the market, there’s no hub with a four-Thunderbolt, four-USB configuration.
Buy at Amazon
You can even daisy-chain the Element hub with CalDigit’s TS4 port to expand the number of Thunderbolt connectivity options you have. It can drive up to two 4K displays at 60Hz, or a single 8K display. Of course, it doesn’t have a DisplayPort to HDMI port, so you’ll need to use a dongle.
The Thunderbolt 4 Element Hub is a great choice for forward-thinking users who want the most Thunderbolt 4 ports in this type of form factor. It’s priced at $249.99.
SimplyGo Philips Portable Oxygen Concentrator
SimplyGo combines constant and pulsed flow capabilities in a device that weighs only 4. 5 kg. One portable oxygen concentrator allows you to manage the treatment well and meet the requirements of patients. SimplyGo facilitates patient management and supports your business.
The new generation of SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrators is the only oxygen concentrator that combines constant flow and pulse-dose flow in a single device weighing only 4.5 kg.
High oxygen flow to meet the needs of all patients
The SimplyGo oxygen flow is more than double that of other portable oxygen concentrators weighing 4.5 kg or less. This means that SimplyGo will meet the needs of your patients now and in the future.
Intuitive and easy to read control panel
The redesigned SimplyGo control panel is convenient and easy to use. All device functions are changed with a few clicks and can be applied immediately.
Bag makes it easy to transport the device
A cute and versatile SimplyGo bag that can be worn on the shoulder or attached to a mobile cart. Additional batteries, cannulas and other accessories can be stored in the zippered pocket.
Supplied with all necessary accessories for immediate patient care
The basic equipment includes a SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrator, a carrying bag, a mobile cart, one rechargeable lithium-ion battery, DC and AC power cables, an accessory case and an instruction manual.
Replacement batteries are the key to success
The battery is conveniently located. One of the key components of SimplyGo’s portability is its compact battery. It is conveniently located and can be easily changed by the patient without assistance. There are no awkward straps, connections, or hard-to-maintain internal batteries. Do patients want the device to last longer? Advise them to simply bring a few spare batteries with them.
Alarms inform you of faults
SimplyGo has several alarms that allow you to control the operation of the device.
Long life compressor for long term care
Long life compressor for long term patient care.
Rugged design sets new standards
The long life compressor, high quality parts, rugged construction and oversized wheels on the SimplyGo cart set new standards in reliability. During development, the oxygen concentrator was rigorously tested under extreme conditions such as load, vibration and temperature to ensure it performs day in and day out.
Oversized trolley wheels provide excellent mobility
The convenient folding cart of the SimplyGo oxygen concentrator is equipped with large 6-inch wheels for smooth movement. The adjustable cart handle allows you to attach an accessory case and a pocket for an additional humidifier if necessary.
Warranty and maintenance programs support your business
SimplyGo’s warranty and maintenance programs are designed to provide exceptional customer focus. You can choose between two, three, or five-year device warranties. Some portable oxygen concentrators will need to be sent to the manufacturer for repair, while SimplyGo service can be done in-store or by a healthcare professional if desired.
EverFlo compatible for complete oxygen concentration solution
When SimplyGo is used in conjunction with EverFlo, a low-maintenance stationary oxygen concentrator for home use, you can create a system that will meet the needs of virtually all patients while reducing the cost of oxygen therapy.
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Jun 9, 2023