Shared October 31, 2019
In this video I take apart my CalDigit TS3 Plus Thunderbolt 3 docking station to see what's inside and what chipsets it uses to provide all of its different interfaces. It was pretty interesting to see how the device is architected and I also found the build quality to be very impressive. Obviously, try this at your own risk as taking a device like this apart may void your warranty.
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