Apple makes Thunderbolt 3 more versatile with USB-C charger
Now, the system's much faster, and so is the I/O.
In fact, it's the most versatile I/O we've ever built into a Macbook Pro.
Both the 13 and the 15 inch have four Thunderbolt 3 ports.
That delivers an incredible 40 Gbps of bandwidth.
This also supports USB 3.1 Gen 2, and of course DisplayPort 1.2.
Now I know many of you know that Thunderbolt 3 uses the USB C style connector.
And that means that any one of the four ports can be a charging port.
Plug it in to whichever one you want, left side, right side, and that's your charging port.
but it's so much more versatile then that.
Each one of the ports can be power can be thunderbolt, can be USB, display port, video out with VGA or HDMI.
So here is an example, imagine you are a final cut pro editor and you want to set up your Macbook pro on your workstation at home or at work You wanna build it out.
Here's an example of what you can do with this incredible system.
First you wanna add a display.
And there are many displays you can add over display port.
But this one is really special.
This is a brand new LG display that we worked together with them on, to make it an amazing display for MapBook Pro customers.
It's called the LG Ultrafine 5K Display.
It displays 5K resolution, it's wide color, and it's built-in cameras, microphones and speakers.
There's three USB-C ports, so you plug peripherals directly into the display, and all of that connects to your MacBook Pro over a single Thunderbolt 3 cable.
Not only that, it also charges the MacBook Pro over that same cable.
Is the ultimate docking station.
And it's so cool that, why not add two, right?
So it can have two 5k displays, plus your built in 15-inch retina display.
That's almost 35 million pixels being driven by the graphics of the 15-inch MacBook Pro.
We have two free thunderbolt three ports.
We are going to add not only one but two ray storage arrays this the new promise Pegasus three It is configured with twenty four terrabyte per array here [INAUDIBLE] So when you think about that storage, those displays.
This level of expandability and performance is not possible on any other notebook.
It's truly remarkable.
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