The Thunderbolt 3 Dock Core brings the speed, high-definition and power delivery of Thunderbolt technology to Mac and Windows laptops. With all the power and versatility of Thunderbolt 3, plus ports to connect multiple peripherals to a Thunderbolt 3 laptop, this dock is the most streamlined way to create an expanded, high-performing desktop with multiple peripherals, through a single dock solution.
Belkin Thunderbolt 3 Dock Core w/ Thunderbolt 3 Cable (Thunderbolt Dock for Mac and Windows) Dual 4K @60Hz, 40Gbps Transfer Speeds, 60W Upstream Charging (F4U110bt)
|Display Resolution Maximum||3840 x 2160|
|Connectivity Technology||USB, Ethernet|
|Specific Uses For Product||Multimedia, Personal, Business|
About this item
- 60W upstream charging allows you to charge your laptop through the dock
- Compatible with MacBook Pro 13″ M1 (2020), MacBook Air 13″ M1 (2020), Mac mini M1 (2020)
- Compatible with Mac and Windows Thunderbolt 3 laptops (does not support USB-C output)
- Connect multiple devices to your laptop through a single dock, including hard drives, monitors, drawing tablets, mouse, keyboards, internet, and more
- Ultra-fast data transfer speeds up to 40Gbps; Connect Dual 4K HD displays @ 60Hz
- The new M1-based MacBooks does not support dual “Extended” displays through their Thunderbolt 3 ports. This means that when using any M1-based MacBooks, users cannot extend their desktop over two displays via the Thunderbolt 3 Port. All other functions of the dock will operate as normal.
- Ports: (1) Tethered 6.8-inch Thunderbolt 3 Cable, (1) USB-C Power Delivery, (1) USB-A 3.2 Gen 2, (1) USB-A 2.0 (1), HDMI 2.0, (1) DisplayPort 1.4, (1) 3.5mm Audio in/out, (1) Gigabit Ethernet
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- Belkin has been made aware of potential issues relating to external monitors not coming out of sleep mode while connected to 2019-2020 Intel-based MacBook Pro computers using Big Sur version 11.3 (or earlier) through a Thunderbolt 3 Dock docking station. The issue requires a full shut down of the MacBook. We have not seen this issue arise with the M1-based MacBooks, and we are investigating the issue with our technology partners to swiftly resolve it. To reduce instances of the issue ensure your computer is fully out of sleep mode before docking or undocking.