Lenovo’s new Thunderbolt 3 Graphics Dock was created to connect to a thin and light Ultrabook, like its IdeaPad 720s. The NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1050 4GB MXM GPU inside is able to provide mainstream graphics performance – enough of a boost to get the device well-past the Windows Mixed Reality door. In fact, Lenovo says it supports WMR at 90 Hz. The GTX 1050 inside will not be able to handle the top-end VR HMDs, the Lenovo TB3 Graphics Dock is ideal for average users looking for a little more GPU horsepower at their desk. The new dock is powered by a 170W AC adapter and connects to your PC via a USB Type-C cable. The dock offers up to 65W of power for attached...
Razer has launched a new version of its Thunderbolt 3 external graphics enclosure for video cards, the Core v2. The new Core v2 chassis uses dual Thunderbolt 3 controllers...19 by Anton Shilov on 10/31/2017
ZOTAC plans to demonstrate a prototype of its external GPU enclosure at CES this week. The eGFX chassis from ZOTAC will target notebooks, AIO and SFF PCs with Thunderbolt...16 by Anton Shilov on 1/4/2017
ASUS last week finally launched theROG XG Station 2 external GPU chassis, to enable Thunderbolt 3 systems to implement discrete graphics. The eGFX enclosure from ASUS integrates a 600...27 by Anton Shilov on 12/20/2016
Over the past week AKiTiO has formally introduced its new external graphics enclosure using a Thunderbolt 3 connection. As with other external graphics enclosures, the AKiTiO Node allows a...56 by Anton Shilov on 11/14/2016
PowerColor has introduced its first enclosure for external graphics cards, the Devil Box. The accessory enables gamers to connect desktop video cards to AIO, SFF or laptop PCs using...43 by Anton Shilov on 10/24/2016
One of the very interesting looking laptops from MSI is their upcoming GS30, which carries on the thin and light theme of the GS series but extends that down...41 by Jarred Walton on 1/4/2015
Sony has announced an updated Vaio Z lineup today. Vaio Z is Sony’s premium 13” laptop series which essentially packs performance of a 15” laptop into a smaller form...99 by Kristian Vättö on 6/28/2011