Thunderbolt 3 may be the wunderport of the future, but sometimes it feels like nobody told the peripheral-makers that. While notebooks like the most recent MacBook Pro may have switched entirely to Thunderbolt 3 and the USB Type-C connector, actually finding things to plug into them can be hard going. Enter Belkin’s Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock, one of the first to market to take advantage of the connection’s 40 Gbps throughput and power/display/data flexibility.
The Express Dock itself is clean and minimalist, and a good match to most Apple hardware. The curved metal casing tapers from back to front, with plastic end-caps. Most of the ports are on the back, which is also where the power supply plugs in. The brick for that is almost as large as the Express Dock itself.
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