Review: CalDigit Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock – Two 4K displays at 60 Hz

CalDigit Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock is a dock for simultaneous connection to two 4K displays. Available in HDMI 2.0 or DisplayPort 1.2 version, this bus-powered dock makes it easy to connect MacBook Pro to 4K monitor. For more information, please see a hands-on video.

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CalDigit's Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock is an aluminum dock mostly similar to the older Nintendo 64 cartridge. It features a 7-inch Thunderbolt 3 cable permanently attached for quick and easy connection to the MacBook Pro.

There is a Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock and one document in the box. Like unboxing, Mini Dock is a very simple one with two display connections, USB 3.0 port, Gigabit Ethernet port, and USB 2.0 port dedicated to HDMI version.

The device is small, shorter than the iPhone X, not much thicker than Apple's current major mobile phone. The mini-dock has two rubber strips on the underside to keep it planted on the desktop.

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It was not possible to test the DisplayPort version on the two displays. Because, DisplayPort compatible display is not enough now. However, I was able to test the HDMI version. This is a more important test, given the awkward nature of HDMI with a 4K display on a Mac.

There is no problem when connecting two HDMI compatible displays to the MacBook Pro, both displays support 4K at 60 Hz, allowing smooth and smooth cursor movement. This is noteworthy because you may be trying to set a 60 Hz refresh rate when connecting the HDMI display to a MacBook Pro in another way. Not only one display works perfectly …

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