Other World Computing (OWC) is taking multi-PC workflows to the next level with their Thunderbolt Go Dock, now featuring Intel® Thunderbolt™ Share. Unveiled at COMPUTEX 2024, this collaboration lets users seamlessly share devices and content between two Thunderbolt-equipped PCs through a single port.

Effortless PC-to-PC Connectivity

Thunderbolt Share elevates the Thunderbolt Go Dock into a powerful digital KVM switch. Imagine sharing a single monitor, keyboard, mouse, storage, and even files between two computers – all at the blazing speed of Thunderbolt. This eliminates the need for separate peripherals and simplifies switching between PCs.

Unleashing the Power of Thunderbolt

Compatible with both Thunderbolt 4 and 5, the Thunderbolt Go Dock goes beyond file sharing. It boasts three Thunderbolt 4 ports for high-speed data transfer, two USB-A ports and a USB-C port for versatile device connections, a speedy 2.5G Ethernet connection for smooth network performance, and an HDMI port supporting stunning 8K displays.Additionally, an SD card reader and a 3.5mm audio jack enhance its functionality.

Ideal for Mobile Workflows

The Thunderbolt Go Dock’s compact design and built-in power supply make it a perfect companion for mobile professionals. It eliminates the need for bulky power bricks, keeping your workstation organized and clutter-free.

“The Thunderbolt Go Dock with Thunderbolt Share empowers users who work with multiple computers,” says Larry O’Connor, CEO of OWC. “We’re thrilled to collaborate with Intel and unlock the next generation of Thunderbolt capabilities.”

The OWC Thunderbolt Go Dock with Intel Thunderbolt Share is available now for $299.99. The Thunderbolt Share features require a software download from the Intel website.


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