What devices can be connected to the Thunderbolt 4 port?
1. Connect devices with the Thunderbolt™ logo, including docks, displays, storage, and video capture devices. Thunderbolt™ 3 devices and cables are compatible with Thunderbolt 4 ports. Older Thunderbolt devices will also work, but require an adapter.
2. External monitoring, connect multiple monitors. One Thunderbolt 4 port can connect up to two 4K 60hz DisplayPort or HDMI displays via compatible docks or adapters. Thunderbolt-specified displays can be directly connected.
3. Storage device, connect a high-speed external Thunderbolt™ SSD to expand the storage capacity of the system and achieve the same speed as the internal drive.
4. USB devices such as mouse, keyboard, controller and headset for gaming.
5. PCI Express (PCI Express) devices, which utilize PCIe expansion chassis to access compatible PCIe devices, such as video capture devices for live gaming.
6. Network, connect to a high-speed 10 Gigabit Ethernet network via an adapter, or use a Thunderbolt cable to connect two computers via a point-to-point network. This allows large amounts of data to be transferred from one PC to another, which is ideal when upgrading to a new system.
7. Charging, connect your mobile phone, thin and light laptop (power less than 100W) and other compatible USB devices for fast charging.
USB-C4.0/Thunderbolt interface: Support USB4.0 (40Gbps rate transmission).
USB A3.1 port: supports USB 3.1 and is backward compatible with USB3.0/2.0/1.1/1.0.
DC: Support DC 20V 6A (Min)
Support Mac OS, Windows, Linux and other systems.