OWC announces Envoy Pro FX portable SSD, USB-C Travel Dock E

OWChas announced the OWC Envoy Pro FX (pictured above) and the OWC USB-C Travel Dock E.

The former is a universal compatible Thunderbolt and USB Portable SSD that supports the maximum performance capability of any interface up to 2800MB/s has dust/drop/waterproof certification.

The OWC Envoy Pro FX is purportedly compatible with every Mac and PC compatibility dating back to 2010. It’s bus-powered, so no AC adapter is needed, which means it’s portable. 

The OWC Envoy Pro FX’s heat-dissipating charcoal grey aluminum housing is IP67 rated so is ready for work in dirty, wet environments. Data is protected by MIL-STD810G certified military-level drop toughness. Thunderbolt 4 and USB4 machines.”

The OWC Envoy Pro FX 240GB to 2TB models will be available this month with prices starting at US$169 on

The OWC Travel Dock E packs six ports: USB 3 Type-A, HDMI 2.0, SD card reader, and all new Gigabit Ethernet, and USB-C 100W power pass-through. It has an integrated USB-C connecting cable, proving the ability to connect, charge, display, and import with USB-C or Thunderbolt 3-equipped computers, tablets, and phones.

This compact dock is about the size and weight of a hockey puck. As mentioned, it can be used via bus power when you don’t have access to an outlet. Or you can connect a USB-C power adapter to the OWC USB-C Travel Dock E USB-C power delivery port to charge your device with up to 100W of power on the go or when working from home.

When finished using the OWC USB-C Travel Dock E, you can disconnect it in one click with the free OWC Dock Ejector software. The OWC Dock Ejector was designed by OWC hardware and software engineers to ensure all data is written to one or more connected drives before disconnection, saving time and protecting against data loss. 

The OWC USB-C Travel Dock E will be available later this quarter in space gray for $64.99 at

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