Razer's new Thunderbolt four Dock comes with RGB lights you by no means knew you wanted

Whether you're using a desktop or a laptop, it's not a bad idea to have a dock that gives you quick access to ports so you don't have to reach around your computer and mess around with things. It can be used for quick attaching and removing of removable drives, peripherals that may not need a lot of power, etc.

If this sounds like an accessory you'd love to get your hands on, you might be interested to know that Razer has since announced the new Thunderbolt 4 Dock. This is a dock that does pretty much what we mentioned above, but it comes with the added bonus of RGB lights that we torn between thinking that it's pretty awesome to pretty sticky, but it's personal preference at the end of the day.

The dock is made of aluminum and has an elegant exterior. Aside from the RGB lights, it should blend in nicely with the rest of your setup. In terms of connectivity, it works with Windows and Mac computers and supports one UHS-II SD card slot, one Ethernet port, three USB-A ports, and four USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports. There's also a power supply of up to 90W so devices like your phones or tablets should be able to more than charge.

Even so, the Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock isn't cheap. It is priced at $ 330 and is available for pre-order. Shipping will begin on February 14, 2021.

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Katherine Clark