Many of the PC video games use more than 100GB of disk space and gamers need to have enough space, as well as fast media drives for uploads without long waits.
While gaming notebooks become more and more powerful with dedicated video cards of the utmost respect, the storage space never seems to be enough. For reasons often related to mere design, in this kind of products even the provision of ports is often incomplete.
The Thunderbolt 3 standard has now taken hold in the gamer world and practically all dedicated PCs today have at least one port with this standard. Before many other major brands, Apple also has Thunderbolt 3 now present in its entire line of Mac computers.
This is why the WD_BLACK D50 Game Dock NVMe SSD is interesting, which massively expands connectivity by adding 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports, 2 USB-C ports and 3 USB-A ports with 10 Gb / s speed, a DisplayPort port. 1.4, a Gigabit Ethernet port and finally an audio In / Out jack.
This allows you to have all the peripherals connected to this HUB, which in turn connects to the computer with a single cable, with the possibility of charging even compatible laptops. One of the main aspects is the customizable RGB LED, through a software console that is perfect for customizing the colors and frequency of the lights.