With the proximity of the CES 2021, well-known Apple peripherals manufacturer OWC has also launched several Mac-compatible lightning dock and external storage solutions.
Start with a $249 Lightning 4 expansion dock that provides four Lightning + four USB-A ports supplemented by Gigabit Ethernet, SD card readers, and 3.5 mm composite audio jacks.
The dock also supports 90W through charging after connecting to the Mac host through the lightning "first-line" scheme. You can connect a single 5K/6K/8K display or two 4K displays through a chrysanthemum chain.
OWC USB-C Travel Dock E Dock provides six connection ports, including two USB-A、HDMI 2.0 video outputs, an SD card reader, gigabit Ethernet, and a USB-C port that supports 100W through charging.
With regard to Envoy Pro FX mobile hard drives, OWC claim to be quite portable and compatible. Support USB-C or USB-A connections, read and write up to 2711MB/s.
The aluminum shell is quite durable and has an IP67 waterproof grade. Users can understand their running status through LED indicator lights, and do not need an external power supply. 240GB version sells for $169(about 1092 RMB) with an additional 480GB /1TB /2TB option.
Then there's OWC first 3.5 inches / U.2 storage transfer (U2Shuttle), That can make up an array of four NVMe M.2SSD RAID, The box sells for $149.99(about 970 RMB), up to 16TB of storage.
The two mobile hard drives (boxes) are now available on the OWC website, while Thunderbolt Dock and USB-C Travel Dock E lightning docks wait until mid-January / February to start shipping.