However, LMP goes one step further and hides the dock at the back of the iMac’s base so that it cannot be seen from the front – a very minimalist solution. Nevertheless, there are many ports for expansion and also the possibility to connect an NVMe SSD with up to 10 Gbit/s. The whole thing is done via the first USB-C cable, the second USB-C cable supplied connects the ports. Available:
- HDMI (4K@60Hz)
- 1x USB-C 3.1 (5 Gbps, up to 100 W)
- 3x USB 3.0 (Gbps)
- Gigabit Ethernet
- (micro)SD card reader (UHS-II)
This gives you a lot of flexibility. In addition, the device called DuoDock does not necessarily have to run on the iMac: you can also simply use it lying on the table on the MacBook.
The bottom line is that you get a whole lot of practical connections and the possibility of accommodating more memory without what’s lying around on the desk again. In addition, it is easy to install. A good buy for anyone who is pushing their limits with the equipment they have chosen for their 24″ iMac.
In the US the product should be shortly available from LA Computer Company.