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Apple | Brydge Pro Dock: New upright dock for Macbook Air and Macbook Pro | macbook

Thomas Hartman

The vertical Brydge Pro Dock for the new Macbook Pro and Air will offer numerous connections, including Thunderbolt 4 and a Qi mobile phone charging mat.


Simply plug the closed Macbook into the dock, and you already have the connection for two external monitors (dual 4K display at 60Hz possible) with numerous other ports, so Brydge is presenting its new Pro Dock. It is compatible with the Macbook Pro 2021 (16 and 14 inches) and the new Macbook Air M2 and will only be available in the dark gray color scheme. According to the manufacturer, a 135-watt power supply provides up to 90 watts of charging power.


The stylish dock should offer the following lavish features: 1 x Integrated Upstream Thunderbolt 4 port (90 Watt Power Delivery). 3x downstream Thunderbolt 4 ports. 1 x USB-C (USB 3.2 Gen 1, 5.5W), 3 x USB-A (USB 3.2 Gen 2, 5.5W each). 1 x Ethernet port (1 Gbps). 1 × 3.5mm audio (jack). 1 x SD card reader. 1 x wireless phone charger (Magsafe compatible up to 15 watts). There should be few wishes left in this respect.

This short manufacturer video gives a quick impression of the possibilities as well as the external design of the Pro Dock

However, the new accessories should not appear until autumn of this year –

You can already pre-order it on the manufacturer’s website for $399
. You will have to reckon with additional shipping costs and fees. It is not known whether and when an operation is planned in this country. This should then be about

learn about the European website of the accessory manufacturer

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