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Nikon Stops Including Charging Cable Due to Chip Shortage

The semiconductor shortage is hitting the camera market in unexpected ways. According to an official notice published to Nikon Japan, the company says that it doesn't have the parts necessary to include the adapter that allows Z7 or Z7 II cameras to charge a battery in-camera.

OWC Unveils Two New Multi-Port Docks for Macs and PCs

In addition to a 2800 MB/s SSD, OWC has also announced two new docks for Mac and PC: the USB-C Travel Dock E and the new Thunderbolt Dock. The former is designed to make travel connectivity options more robust, while the latter will add more options to your permanent desktop setup.

Lexar Unveils Ultra-Portable CFExpress Card Reader for Just $50

Being an early adopter of any technology usually comes with a hefty price tag, and CFExpress is no exception. The cards themselves are up to 3x to 6x more expensive than comparable SD cards, and the card readers out there can get pretty pricey on the high end. Enter Lexar.

USB4 Officially Announced, Will Offer 40Gbps, Power, and Display Support

Earlier this week, the USB Implementation Forum (USB-IF) finally revealed the specifications for USB4, and it looks like USB will catch up to Thunderbolt 3 in every respect. With dual-lane 40Gbps transfer rates, power delivery, and continued support for display protocols, single-cable computing will soon become the standard.