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Thunderbolt Cable on the Go

For those who are always on the go, it is best to just have the essentials for their trip and avoid heavy luggage. Cumbersome stuff can be avoided by bringing in pertinent items that would be very useful but without the heavy load.

Attending business meetings or conventions can be a hassle if one is to bring in a lot of devices from the office. One can just fly to a certain destination with a lighter load instead of driving there to accommodate all the excess baggage.

For someone who is to conduct a speech or a meeting, it would be better to bring in gadgets that can easily be placed in one’s bag like, Thunderbolt devices. A thunderbolt is a revolutionary technology that lets files or videos from a Mac PC like, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac mini to be displayed is any device that is Thunderbolt ready.


One can just bring a trustee laptop with a Thunderbolt cable to do one’€™s work. For example, presenting videos would be best using the Thunderbolt as video quality is at its peak because of the very high resolution displays. Therefore, it can produce high quality presentations from any workstation with the use of high quality desktops. It can also be easily connected to any display port like a VGA or HDMI which is still prevalent in most electronic devices

There are different devices already out in the market that can host Thunderbolt-enabled devices like, an Apple Thunderbolt Display, Elgato Thunderbolt SSD, Blackmagic Cinema Camera, Promise Pegasus R4 and R6, AJA lo XT, Matrox MX02, Sonnet Echo Express Card adapter, to name a few. A Thunderbolt cable can be connected to these different devices easily. However, it is important to check if the devices have a Thunderbolt port first so as to avoid any hassles. 

Some devices are connected to a lot of cables that is bothersome in terms of connecting but this is different with a Thunderbolt. A Thunderbolt cable for Mac can easily boost good performance because it uses copper cabling for fast interconnection. The use of copper is faster than other materials used for cables. This is actually quite advanced as no other cables can compare. Thus, data can be seen in super fast speed. It is also similar with videos, one does not have to wait long because the transfer is quicker than in other devices.

Working with other devices would be a breeze with a Thunderbolt because of the allotted 10 watts of power that can be provided to other peripherals. Consequently, one can connect to more than one lapses with ease to finish any projects quickly.

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Heather Brigs is a freelance writer who loves Fashion and Technology. She writes technology articles for, a site where you can buy thunderbolt cable for Mac, lightning usb cable, usb 3.0 docking station and 4-port ipad charging station for affordable prices.



  1. Stephan

    September 18, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    Finally it going to be released.
    I think Apple always care about their customers. It’s a big move of them. They are going to sync cipher text all of their devices.
    Thanks for your sharing.


    • Heather Brigs

      October 14, 2013 at 2:59 am

      Thanks for the comments, guys! Hoping Apple won’t be that overly exclusive in their gadgets, though.

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  3. Gautam

    September 19, 2013 at 2:09 pm

    Great move by Apple and they made a pretty good thing and Am gonna try them some day.

  4. Heather Brigs

    October 14, 2013 at 3:05 am

    That’s a great idea Gautam! Go back and tell me what’s your experience. 🙂

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