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post #26 of (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 11:17 AM
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you guys sound like desktop users who hasn't shopped for a mobile/portable device in 5 years

the $999 Surface clone I got from Dell even back in 2015 (so probably worth $400 now) had two 40Gbps TB3 ports

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Who uses TB anyway except fanatic Apple users.
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So

When can I expect a laptop with external usb 4 gpu?
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well, depends....

TB3 is only on expensive laptops that already have good internal gpus so it is a waste of money and time imho

Instead, USB4 will be more popular and so, more choice and cheaper prices......ah and even amd laptops will benefit from it

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