StarTech's Thunderbolt 3 dual display adapters now compatible with Apple and Windows laptops

Thunderbolt 3 to Dual DisplayPort Adapter - 4K 60Hz - Mac and Windows Compatible [Source - StarTech]
The Thunderbolt 3 product line has been expanded to include dual display adapters with 4K and 60Hz functionalities, compatible with the latest Windows and Mac laptops.
Ricci Rox,

The Thunderbolt 3 is something of a favorite and fans will be glad to know that is expanding its product's line to include compatibility with Windows and Apple laptops.

The Dual DisplayPort and DualHDMI 2.0 are bus-powered, and plug-and-play. For the first time, they will support dual uncompressed HDMI 2.0 streams with resolutions of up to 2160p (4K) and refresh rates of up to 60Hz, all from a single Thunderbolt 3 port. Both are also now compatible with the latest generation of Thunderbolt 3 enabled MacBook Pro's. 

The Dual DisplayPort Adapter (SKU: TB32DP2T) also supports a single 5K 60Hz stream using two DP cables, for those who don't have need for a double stream. It functions as a full graphic adapter with audio support, offering a compact alternative to a full laptop dock.

Note that these only work on a Thunderbolt 3 compatible unit and will not function with generic USB-C ports.

You can find them on sale at CDW, Amazon, Insight, SHI, Newegg, PC Connection, and other leading resellers, and they will be distributed by Ingram Micro, SYNNEX, Tech Data, D&H and ASI.

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Ricci Rox, 2017-06-22 (Update: 2018-06-28)
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