These are the best docks to use with your Mac Studio
Apple revealed the Mac Studio during its Peek Performance event. It announced this computer along with the iPhone SE 3 (2022) and the iPad Air 5 (2022). Apart from these devices, the company also introduced a new chip to the M1 family — the M1 Ultra. Right now, it’s exclusive to certain variants of the Mac Studio, but we could see it coming to some future Macs as well. The Cupertino tech giant has slowly been transitioning from Intel chips to its own SoC. So if you buy a Mac, it’ll likely include one of the M1 processors — as most of the lineup has already transitioned. Developers have also been optimizing their apps for Apple silicon to deliver better performance on macOS Big Sur and macOS Monterey. The Mac Studio has plenty of ports. However, some power users need more. Here are the best docks available for the Mac Studio.
The Mac Studio already has a wide variety of ports. However, sometimes people need more, especially those who don’t depend on wireless solutions for their workflows. Docks provide a convenient way to make the most out of your powerful computer. Think of the Mac as a powerful entity that is missing limbs. When you connect a dock, you only take better advantage of its unrivaled might.
Personally, if I had to buy one of these docks for my Mac Studio, I would go for the Anker Docking Station. That’s because it provides an even wider variety of ports that makes it unlikely for you to need other dongles or docks. It’s the ultimate Mac Studio dock — in my opinion. That’s not to mention that it’s manufactured by Anker, which is a very reputable company.
Which of these docks will you be buying for your new Mac Studio? Let us know in the comments section below.