Apple Compatible ThunderBolt Dock Peripherals

ThunderBolt docking stations offer the convenience and quick connection to consolidate multiple peripheral devices on your desktop, and quick disconnect for MacBook users taking their laptops on the road. With a wide array of I/O ports, multi-port ThunderBolt docks can help preserve your investment in both legacy computing accessories and modern devices. A single dock can also minimize or eliminate a mess of single-purpose dongles dangling off your Mac's ports.


OWC ThunderBolt 2 Dock

One of the best-selling TBolt 2 docking stations from OWC is noted for it's ability to handle a slew of external Mac peripherals reliably and simultaneously.

OWC Type-C ThunderBolt 3 Dock

Featuring 40Gbps Type-C ThunderBolt 3 pass-through interfaces, OWC is poised to deliver the first 3rd-generation ThunderBolt dock for Late 2016 MacBooks with the new Type-C ports that support both ThunderBolt and 10Gbps Gen 2 USB-C accessories. With a total of 13 ports, it supports multiple USB 3.0 data and charging ports, 10/100/Gigabit Ethernet, DisplayPort video, Analog 4-Pole TRRS and S-PDIF Optical audio I/O, an SD/SDHC/SDXC card reader and FireWire 800.

ElGato ThunderBolt 2 Dock

Once known for it's world-class TV tuner hardware, ElGato has diversified into Smart Home automation and a few ThunderBolt peripherals. It's highly rated TBolt docking station features a good array of ports and reliable operation.

Belkin ThunderBolt 2 Dock

Belkin was the first ever to announce a 1st generation docking station though it was slow to reach the market. It did much better getting a 20Gbps ThunderBolt 2 solution with updated chipsets shipping quickly.

IOGear ThunderBolt 2 Dock

IO Gear joined in as a 2nd tier dock maker - like Star Tech seeming to leverage a generic OEM dock logic board and customizing it with it's own case and branding.

StarTech ThunderBolt 2 Dock

Like IOGear, StarTech's ThunderBolt docking station seem a bit more generic and more familiar brand to Windows PC market.