MacGizmoGuy Plugs-In To The Mac ThunderBolt Adapter Gadget Scene

Apple technology blogger MacGizmoGuy aka Russell T. Baer announces a new website dedicated to the growing range of available ThunderBolt adapters and devices to leverage ThunderBolt computer interface connectivity to it’s fullest.
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - March 29, 2014 - PRLog -- With Intel and Apple’s high-speed ThunderBolt computer interface appearing on millions of new computers each year, there’s a growing demand for ThunderBolt adapters, converters, hubs and docking stations to help users connect and leverage their existing peripheral and gadget investments. A unique online resource, presents a categorical big-picture view encompassing a broad array of the types of interface adapter products currently available.

ThunderBolt is quite unlike any previous generation computer interface. Besides it’s sheer prowess of delivering 10 to 20 GBps data bandwidth, it’s also a direct on-ramp to a computer’s PCI bus. That allows it to act as a bridge to nearly any other kind of existing or legacy peripheral interface with the proper ThunderBolt adapter. Our notion of physically opening the case of a desktop computer and plugging in a specialized interface ‘card’ into a computer ‘slot’ is becoming rather anachronistic. Upgrading and expanding a computer’s hardware capabilities can now be accomplished as simply as plugging in a ThunderBolt cable.

The range of devices now available go way beyond adapters supporting only hard disk drive and solid-state ThunderBolt SSD backup solutions. ThunderBolt converters and adapters currently shipping include products to address the following computing needs:

ThunderBolt To Ethernet
ThunderBolt Audio Adapters
ThunderBolt Video Adapters
ThunderBolt SSD and Hard Drive Adapters
ThunderBolt To USB 3.0 SuperSpeed
ThunderBolt To FireWire 800
ThunderBolt To eSATA
ThunderBolt To PCI Card Chassis
ThunderBolt Hub and Docking Stations

Of note: ThunderBolt docks and hubs can consolidate a wide variety of computer interface ports into one device. These devices, featured at are ideal for PC laptop or Apple MacBook users who need to easily disconnect their notebook for travel, then quickly hook into all their gadgets when they return to their desktop.

“It should also be noted ThunderBolt ports also support the DisplayPort monitor interface standard,” Baer says. “Besides Apple’s own ThunderBolt LCD Cinema Display, other 3rd-party monitor manufacturers also are beginning to offer DisplayPort technology alongside conventional DVI, HDMI or D-Sub video connectors.”

Interested an leveraging the capabilities of the ThunderBolt interface on your Apple computer? Visit and explore the growing selection of currently shipping ThunderBolt gadgets to expand your Mac or PC’s capabilities.


About MacGizmoGuy:

Apple computer tech blogger and Macintosh product guru Russell T. Baer delivers over two and a half decades of Macintosh computing insights and wisdom to Apple computer users at Leveraging years of providing expert on-site Mac support and Apple product purchase assistance, Russell delivers exceptional skills in recommending the best Mac peripherals and gadgets to assure an insanely great Apple computing experience. Unlock the full potential of your Macintosh desktop or MacBook laptop with insights from his world-class hardware reviews.

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