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CORSAIR Launches TBT100 Thunderbolt 3 Dock


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CORSAIR, a world leader in high-performance gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the launch of its first-ever Thunderbolt 3 dock, the CORSAIR TBT100. Combining iconic industrial design, aluminium construction, intuitive operation, and smart power delivery, the TBT100 puts the power of Thunderbolt 3 within reach, with a huge array of ports and connections that make it the heart of your workstation setup.

The TBT100 fits right in with any working environment thanks to its stylish aluminium housing and slim profile. Its small size belies the massive 40 Gbps bandwidth and power delivery of Thunderbolt 3, enabling the TBT100 to connect a full range of devices, all at once. Equipped with two high-speed USB Type-C 10 Gbps ports and two USB 5 Gbps ports to transfer both data and power to your USB devices, the TBT100 can connect up to four USB devices at full power. For dual-monitor setups, the TBT100 includes two HDMI 2.0 ports, able to drive two displays at up to 4K 60Hz in vibrant HDR, as well as a combination 3.5 mm in/out jack for your audio. A gigabit Ethernet port connects to your local network at blazing-fast speeds, while a built-in UHS-II SD card reader provides convenient access to portable storage. There's even a Kensington Security Slot to keep envious colleagues from borrowing your dock.

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Corsair is really going hard on hitting all the parts of the PC market which is great from a brand perspective.  My only fear is that they start using lots of generic products from ODM's and just putting the Corsair logo on them and then only getting a year or two of actual proper tech support.

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On 9/22/2020 at 3:16 PM, axipher said:

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Corsair is really going hard on hitting all the parts of the PC market which is great from a brand perspective.  My only fear is that they start using lots of generic products from ODM's and just putting the Corsair logo on them and then only getting a year or two of actual proper tech support.

I know a few people who would love this but its always a concern who the actual OEM is...a little like with power supplies. Though aside from possible firmware updates to the device I would imagine this would be a low maintenance product requiring little support. So playing devils advocate, it may not be much of an issue if its manufacture sticker slapped lol.

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I wonder how it stacks to my Elgato Thunderbolt 3 Pro dock. Covid-19 has showed me how useful these devices are. 

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On 9/22/2020 at 8:16 AM, axipher said:

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Corsair is really going hard on hitting all the parts of the PC market which is great from a brand perspective.  My only fear is that they start using lots of generic products from ODM's and just putting the Corsair logo on them and then only getting a year or two of actual proper tech support.

Yeah, they've really done a good job making their name known in this space for everything under the sun. But they already do sort of rebrand and slap a logo and a price hike on things like their radiators I believe are HWLabs bottom end with a Corsair logo and a price hike for example.

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Corsair peripherals quality has already gone down since they sold a few years back.  I'm looking for another high quality professional vendor. A 70 dollar mouse should last more than 24 months. 

 

 

I deal with thunderbolt docks at my current job in quite a prolific manner. They constantly need firmware and BIOS updates. I don't feel like Corsair has the support mechanisms to properly push these to consumers without serious issues.

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12 minutes ago, Darkpriest667 said:

Corsair peripherals quality has already gone down since they sold a few years back.  I'm looking for another high quality professional vendor. A 70 dollar mouse should last more than 24 months. 

 

Wow, that's bad. My Razer Naga is way older than that and it's a Razer. ?

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