Connect Two 4K Displays from a Single
Whether you need to view your work on a large UHD display or across two displays, or you need to view it with the highest resolution possible, this Sonnet plug-and-play adapter enables you to work more efficiently. With two displays attached, you can fill one with full-screen workspace, and use the other for tools, other applications, and more.
Convenient – No External Power
To use it, simply plug in the Sonnet Thunderbolt 3 to Dual DisplayPort Adapter into one of your computer’s Thunderbolt 3 ports, and connect DisplayPort cables (sold separately) between the adapter and your monitors. Your computer powers the Sonnet adapter, so there’s no need to connect an additional power adapter.
Thunderbolt Certified for Mac® and Windows®(2), the Sonnet Thunderbolt 3-to-Dual DisplayPort Adapter can be used with the latest and best computers available. If you need to connect a monitor without a DisplayPort (DP) input, the Sonnet dual DisplayPort adapter is compatible with active DP-to-HDMI, DP-to-DVI, and DP-to-VGA adapters. And, unlike USB adapters, the Sonnet adapter won’t drain system resources that might impact your computer’s performance.
Connects Up to Two DisplayPort Displays to a Single Thunderbolt 3 Port—Enables connection of two 4K DisplayPort (DP) displays @ 60Hz, or one 5K DP display @ 60Hz to a single Thunderbolt 3 port on your computer(1)
Compatible with Both Mac and Windows—Thunderbolt certified for use with macOS and Windows computers with Thunderbolt 3 ports(1)(2)
Enables You to Work More Efficiently—Fill one display with full-screen workspace; use the other for tools, other applications, etc.
No Power Adapter Required—Sonnet adapter draws power from Thunderbolt 3 port
Backward-compatible with 1080p HD Displays—
Compatible with Active HDMI, DVI and VGA
Built In Audio Support—No need to connect additional cables, audio signal passed over DisplayPort connection to display that has audio output capabilities
Compact and Rugged Design—Portable aluminum enclosure with two DisplayPort connectors
Won’t Drain System Resources—Unlike USB video adapters, the Sonnet adapter makes no impact on your computer’s performance
Adapts to Your Needs
Although the Sonnet adapter supports one monitor with a 5120 x 2880 resolution (5K), or two monitors at resolutions up to 4096 x 2160 (4K), you can also use it to connect monitors with lower resolution, like full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) or 1920 x 1200 monitors. This makes it great for use for different home and office workspace applications. And, with built-in audio support, there’s no need for you to connect an additional cable to hear sound from the monitors.
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!
Docks & Adaptors
Professional dual-slot SxS card reader for computers with Thunderbolt 3 ports. Supports ingest from any SxS card at maximum speed, and simultaneous ingest of two cards at maximum speeds. Features two Thunderbolt 3 ports to support daisy chaining of up to six devices.
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.