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Will my Thunderbolt 1 devices work with Thunderbolt 2?

Yes, the Thunderbolt 2 uses the same connectors, thus the Thunderbolt 1 device will work, but the Thunderbolt 2 port will perform at Thunderbolt 1 speeds (10Gbps)

 


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