Satechi Triple 4K Docking Station gives MacBook Air possibility of connecting three external displays

In the tech-savvy world, no matter how well-equipped you are with new gadgets and accessories, eventually, you’ll be left yearning for more in just a few months. A good example is the flexibility to add not one but two or even three external displays to take productivity to a whole new level.

Now that Apple users have the option of M1 or M2-powered Macs, the longing for clawing further the flexibility of a multiscreen setup for a dedicated workstation setup is more than ever. To the party arrives Satechi with its reliable accessory set to change how Apple users interact with their peripherals. It’s already sounding lucrative, isn’t it?

Designer: Satechi

Just in time for the 15-inch MacBook Air, Satechi has announced a docking station to turn your Mac into a full-blown workstation. This will come in handy for power users who want to have the flexibility to extend their workstations with extra displays. Dubbed Triple 4K Docking Station (quite on point), the accessory is perfect to expand the inherent limitations of the Mac. For the M1 which is limited to a single monitor or even the M2 which can be extended to two screens, the dock makes complete sense as it bypasses the inherent limitations.

Extending to three extra displays, the dock provides a 4K HDMI port at 60Hz, and a pair of HDMI slots or the DisplayPort outputs. Also, there are a couple of 5Gb/s USB 3.0 ports and Gigabit Ethernet ports on the rear. On the front, there’s a USB-C host connection slot, USB-C slot, USB 3.1 port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

To make sure all the connected peripherals are adequately powered, Satechi has opted for a stellar 130W power supply. Also, the side host comes with an impressive 100W pass-through charging to keep any laptop charged all day long.

Satechi Triple 4K Docking Station is compatible with both Windows and Mac systems. You can get the dock for $300 right away to extend the possibilities of work.