Since the day Apple launched the Macbook using only 2 USB-C ports as other manufacturers imitate, users have had to make friends with the split-port docks. Up to now, this has been an indispensable tool for those who often work with ultrabook thin and light laptops.
Simple is not enough, now people also think of smart port split dock with a series of features that are not needed but need not be. Typically, the DOCKCASE is raising capital on Kickstarter below.
The 7-in-1 split-port dock with beautiful, compact design, integrates both display screen and cooling fan.
The product does not look much different from the usual split docks but has an additional information display, runs its own operating system, has control buttons, a cooling fan and integrates 7 split-in-1 ports.
DOCKCASE has a control button, runs the proprietary DockOS platform, supports screen output up to 4K @ 60fps, 10Gbps data transfer rate, 100W charging, software upgrade…
DOCKCASE is perfectly compatible with the recently launched Macbook and iPad models, supporting up to 100W input power, outputting [email protected] images to external displays with data transfer rates up to 10Gbps. The dock’s cooling fan is tiny but enough to cool the internal components, limit overheating and reduce performance – something that many multiport docks today often encounter. As a result, the output image is always sharp, smooth, data transfer speed and battery charging are not affected.
High data transfer rates help you output sharper, smoother images and support multiple connected devices at the same time without sacrificing performance.
Because it runs on its own platform, this split dock can be updated with new software to improve performance, fix bugs or upgrade features. The large OLED screen displays all information such as the input charging source, the ports in use, the data transfer rate of each port, the connected hard drive information…
In addition to Macbook, the split dock can work well with Windows, Android devices and even some gaming consoles that use USB-C ports.
The product is about to end the fundraising process on Kickstarter with an amount more than 7 times the original goal. Fortunately, there are still many packages to buy at preferential prices. You can spend $ 49, or about 1.1 million, to pre-order the cheapest version with an attached USB-C cord. The type of removable charging cord with a preferential price of 59 USD is equally cheap. Unfortunately, the product only receives delivery to certain countries and will be available from January 2022 at the earliest.
You can manage DOCKCASE’s activity, temperature, baud rate, etc. easily with the display and control buttons.