Anker has unveiled the 778 Thunderbolt Docking Station (12-in-1, Thunderbolt 4), now available in the US and UK. The Anker docking station Thunderbolt 4 can charge the connected laptop up to 100W and connect to up to four displays at 4K@60Hz. Other ports include two 30W USB-C ports and four USB-A ports with data transfer rates of up to 5 Gbps.
The Anker 778 Thunderbolt Docking Station has been unveiled in the US and UK. The Thunderbolt 4 4K dual / 8K display outputs include a 40Gbps, 100W upstream port to power your connected laptop. Two 30W USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports can charge devices or transfer data at 10Gbps. Other file transfer options include four USB-A ports, two at 5Gbps and two at 480Mbps.
You can connect up to four displays with one Thunderbolt 4 downstream port, one HDMI 2.1 8K@30Hz port, and two DisplayPort 1.4 8K@30Hz ports; with four monitors connected, the maximum resolution on Windows is 4K@30Hz and on Mac is 4K@60Hz. Anker, however, specifies that this solution is incompatible with MacBooks M1 / M2 or ASUS laptops equipped with an AMD processor. A Gigabit Ethernet port and a Kensington NanoSaver lock slot are also available.
The Anker 778 comes with a 180W power adapter, power cable, and a 2.3ft (~0.7m) Thunderbolt 4 cable. The docking station is compatible with various macOS and Windows laptops.
Anker docking station Thunderbolt 4 price and availability
The Anker 778 Thunderbolt Docking Station (12-in-1, Thunderbolt 4) is available now from the Amazon.com store for $379.99 and from the Amazon.co.uk store in the UK priced at £379.99
Along with this Anker 778, the manufacturer also introduced the 675 USB-C docking station is a combination of a dock station and monitor stand made of high-quality aluminum that offers twelve connections and supplies all kinds of devices with power, including wireless charging pad on the top. It has been priced at $250 / £250.