Building Out Your Gaming Rig? Here’s What You Missed

A single-connection, RGB Thunderbolt 3 dock delivers the connections you need to transform your laptop into an integrated gaming station.

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5 days agoGaming

When you’re custom designing your gaming station, you care about each component that goes into your rig. If even one aspect is incompatible, slow, or cluttered, it throws off the entire system. Until now, whether you game from a PC or laptop, you either connect to a mess of wires or purchase a Thunderbolt™ dock. But Thunderbolt™ docks on the market rarely have all the connections you need and will have a basic design, that’s not suited for your other gamer gear. These roadblocks ultimately hinder you from adding a gaming dock to your collection and you become used to the chaos that is your wires and overall set-up. You need something in its own lane, like you.

What if there is a solution you never knew you needed? One that solves both problems and will not only liberate your computer from cluttered cables but will enhance your gaming setup with its high build quality and compact, sleek design (complete with fully customizable RGB lighting)? The WD_BLACK D50 Game Dock NVMe ™ SSD fits the bill and is readily available to be customized with up to 2 TB of storage. If you’ve got storage handled, you will find just as much use out of the enclosure-only WD_BLACK D50 Game Dock. You can transform your laptop into a fully integrated gaming station, clearing the clutter through a single Thunderbolt™ 3 cord with multiple ports to seamlessly connect your peripherals such as a mouse, keyboard, headset, and Ethernet for a fully immersive gaming experience. Sometimes all you need is that finishing piece to bring your system together. You may have never known you needed it, but now you do.

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