GTD720 Datasheet

GTD720 Datasheet
GTD720
Thunderbolt™ 2 Docking
Station (TAA Compliant)
Knock down any connectivity obstacle in your way so you can build the ultimate
workstation setup
Thunderbolt™ 2 Docking Station
IOGEAR's Thunderbolt 2 Docking Station brings the connectivity of a desktop to your Macbook, Ultrabook, or other Thunderbolt 2
enabled devices. With its thoughtful design and ultra-sleek stainless steel body casing, the GTD720 allows you to connect up to 13
devices including dual displays* so that you don't have to be restricted by the standard ports on your portable device.
Thunderbolt™ 2 technology allows data transfer at an astounding 20Gbps, so that you can optimize your perfect workspace at blazing
fast speeds.
The Ultimate Workstation Setup
This versatile docking station connects to your device via a single Thunderbolt cable making connecting and disconnecting hasslefree. The GTD720 features three USB 3.0 ports, a gigabit Ethernet port for access to a wired network connection, an HDMI port, and
two Thunderbolt™ 2 ports capable of daisy-chaining up to six devices. A dedicated front-facing USB fast-charging port can charge
your handheld devices even when your computer is turned off or completely disconnected -so you’ll never have to turn on your
computer just to charge your phone, tablet, or other device again. The front-facing optical line-in/line-out ports provide 5.1 digital
audio editing and playback capabilities. All ports have been strategically placed on the dock's body to minimize visual clutter and
maximize convenience, making multitasking almost effortless.
Operates at a rate of up to 20Gbps with Thunderbolt™ 2
Optical audio line-in/line-out port provides 5.1 digital audio editing and
Ultra-high speed bandwidth expansion for 4 times faster data transfer
playback capabilities**
than USB 3.0, 40 times faster than USB 2.0 and 25 times faster than
Free Thunderbolt Gateway™ file transfer software for quick and
FireWire 800
easy data transfer
Supports up to 4K (3840x2160) resolution on both HDMI and
Compatible with Thunderbolt 3***
Thunderbolt 2 ports*
Backwards compatible with Thunderbolt 1
Supports dual displays for HDMI and Thunderbolt display monitors
TAA Compliant
Ability to connect up to 8 devices directly to the dock and daisy chain
up to 5 additional Thunderbolt devices (including Thunderbolt
* Maximum resolution is dependent on the capability of the video display and
Monitor)
its computer source
Dedicated USB charging port for tablets or smartphones
** For use with amplified headsets or speakers
*** An Apple Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) to Thunderbolt 2 (mDP) Adapter is
required
Requirements
Package Contents
Thunderbolt enabled
computers
The following Mac
models are
Thunderbolt 2
capable:
MacBook Pro
(Retina, Late
2013 and
later)
Mac Pro (Late
2013)
iMac (Retina
5K, 27-inch,
Late 2014)
Mac mini
(Late 2014)
1 x GTD720
Thunderbolt 2
Docking Station
1 x 1m (3ft)
Thunderbolt Cable
1 x AC Power
Adapter
1 x Quick Start Guide
1 x Warranty Card
Specifications
Function
GTD720
Cable Connections
Dimensions
GTD720
Unit Dimensions
Input
Thunderbolt 2
Height
1.1" (2.8cm)
Output
Thunderbolt 2
Depth
3.15" (8cm)
Cable Length
3.3ft (1m)
Length
7.87" (20cm)
Cable Type
Thunderbolt™ 2 Male to Male Cable
Unit Package Dimensions
Height
5.39" (13.7cm)
Audio Input
Optical Line-In
Depth
4.64" (11.8cm)
Audio Output
Optical Line-Out
Length
10.04" (25.5cm)
Computer Side
Thunderbolt Port
Master Carton
Power
12V 6.5A Full Range Power Adapter
Width
14.56" (37cm)
USB
3 x USB3.0 Data Port ; 1 x 5V 1.5A Fast
Charging Port
Height
6.10" (15.5cm)
Depth
10.63" (27cm)
Video Output
HDMI and Mini DP (Thunderbolt)
Master Carton Qty.
3
LAN
Gigabit Ethernet
Connectors
Weight
LEDs
Power On
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Master Carton Wt.
10.53lbs (4.785kgs)
Unit Pack Wt.
3.23lbs (1.465kgs)
Unit Wt.
1.211lbs (0.55kgs)
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