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How many devices can I daisy chain with Thunderbolt 2?

Similar to Thunderbolt 1, Thunderbolt 2 will still support for up to 6 peripherals and will still continue to support USB and FireWire via their respective adapters. 

 


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Article ID: 174 Article Created: 05-01-2014 17:30 PMLast Modified: 05-01-2014 17:30 PM

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