Intel has corrected a press release that stated that 14th Core desktop processors supported Thunderbolt 5.
Intel announced its Thunderbolt 5 specification, which offers up to 120 Gbps of bandwidth, 3X its predecessor, employs universal 240W charging cables and steps up to PCIe 4.0.
Plugable’s new UD-4VPD dock supports USB 4 and Thunderbolt 4 with the ability to output to two 4K displays at 120Hz.
The new TBT4-UDZ can connect your Thunderbolt laptop to up to four different 4K displays.
Intel is further detailing its next-gen Thunderbolt spec, which will support 80 Gbps transfers and up to 120 Gbps for video.
Apple's refreshed M2 MacBook Air uses a custom U09PY3 USB4 retimer, putting Intel silicon in the rear view mirror.
The My Book Pro is WD's fastest external storage product to date. This one scales up to 12 TB of capacity, but it doesn't come cheap.
All you need is a 3D printer and a careful soldering iron to build your own tiny M1 Mac Mini
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