We hate to break it to you, but the traditional USB ports you've been using to connect your cameras, controllers and other gizmos for the past 20 years aren't long for this world. The whole squad's getting replaced by a few great alternatives, though they each come with their own pros and cons. If you're thinking of upgrading your devices this year, here are the ports you'll need to get familiar with to keep up with today's tech.
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Back in the day, no senior exec would consider a laptop that didn't come with a docking station so they could pop their computer on the desk and instantly be connected to a massive 15-ich CRT display and their PS/2 mouse and keyboard. But over the last few years computers have become thinner, rendering those proprietary dock connectors obsolete. At the same time, new connection technologies have evolved so the docking station can be replaced by a generic device that can work with almost any computer. Enter the OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock. This svelte device packs in a slew of ports for connecting just about anything to want to your macOS or Windows system.