Glyph To Show Thunderbolt 3 Integrated Dock And Atom Pro NVMe SSD At IBC

At IBC, Glyph will also be showing the full range of future new product releases for the fourth quarter of 2019. 

Glyph’s Thunderbolt 3 dock delivers more ports, more power and more storage while charging a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) enabled Macbook Pro with a single cable. In addition to two Thunderbolt 3 ports, the Glyph dock supports Displayport 1.2, SD card slot (UHS-II), two USB 3.0 ports, USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C port, separate audio and mic out, Gigabit ethernet and a user upgradeable NVMe SSD slot.

It supports 87 watts of power delivery, a single 5K @ 60hz display or two 4K @ 60hz displays and SSD speeds up to 1,500MB/s read and write. 

Atom Pro NVMe SSD.

Atom Pro NVMe SSD.

The Atom Pro NVMe SSD has read speeds up to 2,800 MB/s and write speeds reaching 2,450MB/s. It is built to handle the most demanding 4K, 8K and VR workflows and designed to endure the elements with MIL-Standard 810F rating for shock, vibration, dust and sand.

The Atom Pro is small, bus-powered and silent thanks to its heat dissipating outer aluminum shell.

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