Get Deep Discounts on OWC's Best Thunderbolt Docks, USB-C Hubs, Memory, and More Mac Accessories

OWC is hosting a big Mac accessory sale that includes a number of discounts on Thunderbolt docks, USB-C hubs, external drives and enclosures, internal memory upgrade kits for Mac, and more. Most products are in stock and ready to ship out today, and OWC offers free shipping on orders $149.00 and over.

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Highlights of the sale include a collection of Thunderbolt docks for up to $130 off. These docks allow you to easily connect a wide array of peripherals to your Mac, including two 4K displays or one 5K display with the 14-Port Thunderbolt 3 Dock, which is available for $149.99. This isn't quite as steep of a discount as we've previously seen on the accessory, but at $130 off it's still a great second-best price for anyone who missed last week's sale.

All of the devices listed below are in new condition at OWC, although the retailer does provide various item condition options for anyone who might want to save money by purchasing open box items. Be sure to visit OWC's sale landing page to browse the full sale, which also features deals on cables, Mac accessories, keyboards, and headphones.

Docks and Hubs

External Drives and Enclosures

Memory

Miscellaneous

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

dawnrazor Avatar
18 weeks ago
future proof yourself and buy the TB4 dock instead…
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DEXTERITY Avatar
18 weeks ago

I've done business with OWC as an Apple VAR, and personally as an enduser. They're the best remaining Apple-oriented third party vendor. It's not the products, they're comparable to most aftermarket hardware. It's the service and support. The guys there know their business, and they're always willing to help if you get stuck using something. (See that Mrs. Eckholm, I DO know how to use "there/their/they're in context!). And trust is important to me as a former businessman and current user.
Ha, been trying to return two defective 12 tb elite pro external drives since feb 17th. Just had to issue a chargeback. Keep getting the run around and constantly asked to try something else to see if it fixes the situation. Yet, no other externals crap out like the two they sent me, including those same drives that I own from ten years ago. Their customer service sucks now. Being polite does not equal good service.
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dawnrazor Avatar
18 weeks ago
I have two TB4 Docks and a TB4 Hub and all three have been faultless... no wonk at all :rolleyes::rolleyes:
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Dionte Avatar
18 weeks ago
I'll never pay 149 since I've seen it on sale for 99
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MrTemple Avatar
18 weeks ago
Does the Thunderbolt dock still crash your home network regularly, or did I hear a rumour that they replaced the chipset?

Still pissed that I need a separate ethernet to usb-c dongle for my blisteringly expensive Thunderbolt 4 dock.
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aknabi Avatar
18 weeks ago
Sadly I own both the OWC USB-C and TB3 docks... they've been a nightmare and bags of wonk... as a result both are sitting in the junk drawer (I won't inflict a friend by giving it to them)... Though may repurpose the TB3 dock as a charger/USB-A port hub... but way too much to pay for that.

I wish Apple would make a proper, desktop TB4 dock like this, but with AAPL design and wonk-free experience (though lately that's been an issue even with Apple<->Apple gear).
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