Iogear is back with another Thunderbolt 3 dock with some cnectivity and power improvements, including a Generati 1 USB 3.1 C-port.
The Iogear Quantum Thunderbolt 3 Pro 85 Thunderbolt 3 Dock (Model GTD735) is about the same size as the rest of the docks we examined, minus some of the more vertically oriented es. And like all the Thunderbolt 3 docks we've seen so far, the power is still pretty gigantic.
Iogear has changed the available ports a bit since the last release. the frt, the new dock has a 5 Gbps USB Type 1 USB 3.1 port, and a 5 Gbps USB A port.
the back is a fairly standard assortment of ports. Standard ports include two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports capable of 85W charging, an improvement over the 15W of the previous Iogear stati, USB 3.0 Type A, Gigabit Ethernet, and a 4K DisplayPort that can refresh 60 Hz. e discreet microphe jack, plus another for a headset that complements the ports
Also, like most docks, there is a passive, short and closed Thunderbolt 3 cable, which is useless for more that just test the device when you get it. So, as with almost every other Thunderbolt 3 test we've de, expect $ 50 or more for a lger cable in most cases in a separate purchase.
The initial review of cnectivity still shows good dual-4K support with DisplayPort and the Thunderbolt 3 …