Thunderbolt Connection for Mojo DX
With the DX Thunderbolt Adapter, you can capture, edit, monitor, and output video using Mojo DX, your Avid editing software, and any Avid-qualified Thunderbolt-equipped computer. That means you can upgrade to a more modern computer equipped with Thunderbolt and get even better performance from your Mojo DX investment!
Thunderbolt Connection for Nitris DX
In October 2014, Avid announced support of Media
Add Thunderbolt Connectivity for Avid Mojo and Nitris DX—Connect to any Avid-qualified, Thunderbolt-equipped computer
Easier Editing—With ultra-low latency and high sync accuracy
Performance—Experience smooth, highly-responsive video performance
Rugged—Lightweight yet rugged aluminum enclosure travels well
Docks & Adaptors
16-port docking station for Mac computers with a Thunderbolt port. Thunderbolt 2, USB 3.0, 6Gb/s SATA and eSATA, FireWire 800, Gigabit Ethernet, and audio interfaces. Includes choice of 8x DVD±RW drive, Blu-ray BD-ROM/8x DVD±RW drive, or 4x BD-R/8x DVD±RW drive; also available without optical drive. Supports installation of one 3.5" hard drive or two 2.5" SSDs or hard drives; model without optical drive supports additional 2.5" drive. Two Thunderbolt 2 ports support daisy chaining of up to six peripheral devices to a single port on the host computer.
Docks & Adaptors
Dual-Port 10GBASE-T Thunderbolt 3 Adapter for adding 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity to any computer with a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) port. Supports jumbo packets, LRO, link aggregation (teaming), and port failover.
Sonnet’s Echo 11 Thunderbolt 3 Dock connects your peripherals to your computer through a single cable. Simply plug in your devices—such as a printer, keyboard, mouse, cable modem, hard drive, optical drive, USB license dongle, headphones or powered speakers, phone, tablet, and (up to) two 4K displays—to the dock with their supplied cables, and then connect your computer with the included Thunderbolt 3 (40Gbps) cable. The Echo 11 dock even charges compatible computers(5) through the same cable. When it's time to take your computer and go, just unplug the Thunderbolt cable to disconnect from everything at once!