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Computex 2024: OWC Introduces Intel Thunderbolt Share for Thunderbolt Go Dock

$300, working with Thunderbolt 4 or Thunderbolt 5-based PCs and accessories, Intel Thunderbolt Share allows for monitor, mouse, keyboard, storage, and files to be shared between two PCs all at speed of Thunderbolt technology

Other World Computing (OWC) announced at the Computex 2024 tradeshow, a collaboration with Intel Thunderbolt Share to provide fast PC-to-PC experiences via the Thunderbolt Go Dock.

Thunderbolt Go Dock front and rear

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Owc Thunderbolt Go Dock Hero Rear


By pairing the Thunderbolt Go Dock with a Thunderbolt-equipped PC, one can enjoy an optimal shared computing experience. Thunderbolt Share serves as the ultimate digital KVM by enabling the sharing of devices and content between 2 Thunderbolt-equipped computers from a single Thunderbolt port. It is the fast way to do more between 2 PCs. With the Thunderbolt Share capabilities of the Thunderbolt Go Dock multitasking between computers will be enhanced with content and peripheral sharing capabilities. It will work with both Thunderbolt 4 or Thunderbolt 5-based PCs and accessories. Intel Thunderbolt Share allows for a monitor, mouse, keyboard, storage, and files to be shared between 2 PCs all at the speed of Thunderbolt technology.

Owc Thunderbolt Go Dock Tailgate Mobile Workflow

Thunderbolt Share is a software application that allows multiple PCs running Windows OS to connect and share over a Thunderbolt connection. To use this software, one of the connected Thunderbolt products needs to be licensed. For those who wish to take advantage of Thunderbolt Share with any 2 Thunderbolt 4 or Thunderbolt 5-enabled Windows PCs, the Thunderbolt Go Dock from OWC is a gateway.

First introduced at the 2023 CES in Las Vegas, NV, the Thunderbolt Go Dock is an example of why OWC is an end-to-end solution provider. A full-featured Thunderbolt dock with a built-in power supply, the Thunderbolt Go Dock is designed with aircraft-grade, heat-dissipating aluminum and 11 ports to address the demands of the mobile workflow. Now with the capability of Thunderbolt Share, those who use the Thunderbolt Go Dock in a PC environment will have the added benefit of quick PC-to-PC exchange.

The team at Other World Computing is always seeking more ways to enable our customers to do more with less and the addition of Intel’s Thunderbolt Share to our Thunderbolt Go Dock is an ideal solution for those that work with more than one computer in the same environment,” said Larry O’Connor, CEO and founder. “We are pleased to be able to work with Intel in this next evolution of Thunderbolt capabilities.”

The Thunderbolt Go Dock is for those seeking additional ports and functionality, or faster Ethernet file transfers, notebook charging (90W power delivery), and memory card ingest (2.5 GbE). With 3 key factors in mobile docks being space, weight, and performance, the built-in power supply of the Thunderbolt Go Dock eliminates the need to carry around a bulky power brick.

Additional key features and benefits include:

  • 3xThunderbolt 4 (USB-C) ports with up to 40Gb/s (5,000MB/s) + power
  • 2xUSB-A ports and a USB-C for connection of most modern devices without compromise
  • Fast 2.5GbE connection
  • HDMI port for 8K displays
  • Ingest photos and videos via the SD card reader
  • 3.5mm audio jack for headphones or microphone

The Thunderbolt Go Dock with Intel EVO certification is available for $299.99 and includes the Thunderbolt Share capabilities, which are enabled via software download from the Intel Thunderbolt Share website.

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