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What is Thunderbolt

Thunderbolt is a revolutionary I/O technology that supports high-resolution displays and high-performance data devices through a single, compact port. It sets new standards for speed, flexibility, and simplicity. Thunderbolt I/O technology gives you two channels on the same connector each with 10 Gbps of throughput in both directions. That makes Thunderbolt ultra fast and ultra flexible. Click here for more detailed information on Thunderbolt.


Is my computer, display, or cable Thunderbolt capable?

The Thunderbolt port or connector end looks like this:

The port's appearance is physically the same as Mini DisplayPort. To confirm you have a Thunderbolt port on your Apple computer, display, or cable check for this symbol next to or above the port or connector:

More information on Apple's Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt cable (2 m) is available here.


Which Macs have Thunderbolt Ports?

The following models are Thunderbolt capable:

To find out which model Mac you have follow these steps:

  1. In Os X Lion, choose About this Mac from the Apple () menu.
  2. Click More Info.
  3. Your model information should appear next to your computer's icon.

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