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The complete list of portable laptops with a Thunderbolt 3 port

The complete list of portable laptops with a Thunderbolt 3 port
By Andrei Girbea , last updated on July 29, 2019

We’ve seen Thunderbolt ports on enthusiast computers for a while now, but these days Thunderbolt is becoming the port everyone wants on a new laptop, regardless of size, form-factor or budget.

The 3rd generation of Thunderbolt is a significant upgrade over its predecessors and in many ways, the one port that could replace all others in the years to come.

Physically, it’s a USB Type-C connector, thus compact, reliable and reversible. Technically, it can provide transfer speeds of up to 40 Gbps, it allows to connect up to two 4K 60 Hz displays while outputting video and audio signal at the same time, it supports DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0 and 10 GbE fast networking, as well as power delivery.

In other words, Thunderbolt 3 is the compact and versatile connector you can use to charge your laptop, transfer files at fast speeds, connect external monitors and other peripherals, including PCIe compatible graphics units (like the Razer Core, which we reviewed here). This last aspect is particularly interesting, as it allows OEMs to design ultra-portable laptops able to actually handle some serious gaming once hooked up to these external GPU docks.

The versatility and compact size of the Thunderbolt 3 connector also make it ideal for slim and ultra-compact computers, which cannot accommodate regular-sized ports.

We’re going to talk more about Thunderbolt 3 and its capabilities towards the end of the post. For now, let’s get to the complete list of all the available laptops and ultra-portables that offer at least one Thunderbolt 3 port at the time of this update.

Since there are many such computers out there, we’ll split them into three different groups: compact laptops (with 13-inch screens or smaller), large-screen portable laptops (15 to 17-inch screens) and full-size notebooks (15-inch screens or larger). We’ll also include details on their format, hardware platform, type of TB3 port (x2 or x4 PCIe lanes), whether it can charge via USB-C, and the starting MSRP price in the US, in case you’re looking for something within a specific budget or one of the cheaper Thunderbolt laptops out there. Keep in mind prices and availability vary over time, so follow the links for more details, as well as the link on each unit’s name for our detailed reviews and guides, in case you’re interested in a particular device or looking for the best Thunderbolt 3 notebook for your needs and budget.

I’ll also add that the lists below only include laptops released in the last 2-3 years, and for the most part, only the latest version of each laptop is mentioned, even if the previous generations might also support Thunderbolt 3.

13-inch (and smaller) ultraportables with Thunderbolt 3 connectors

ModelTypeScreenHardwareTB3 portsChargingUpdatedPrice
Acer Aspire Switch 12S2-in-112.5″ touchup to 6th gen Core Y w/ Intel HD1No2017$1199
Acer Aspire R132-in-113.3″ touchup to 6th gen Core U w/ Intel HD1 x2No2017$899
Alienware 13Gaming13.3″up to 6th Core HQ w/ Nvidia GTX 10601 x4No2017$1199
Asus Transformer 3 ProTablet12.6″ touchup to 7th gen Core U w/ Intel HD1 x4Yes2017$999
Asus Transformer 3Tablet12.6″ touchup to 6th gen Y w/ Intel HD1 x4Yes2017$799
Asus Zenbook UX391Ultraportable13.3″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x4Yes2018$1199
Apple MacBook AirUltraportable13.3″8th gen Core Y w/ Intel HD2 x4Yes2019$1099
Apple MacBook Pro 13Ultraportable13.3″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel Iris UHD4 x4Yes2019$1299
Dell Latitude 12 7000Ultraportable12.0″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x4Yes2018$1079
Dell Latitude 12 7000 2-in-12-in-112.5″ touchup to 7th gen Core Y w/ Intel HD2 x4Yes2019$1049
Dell Latitude 13 7000
Ultraportable13.3″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes2019$1199
Dell XPS 12Tablet12.0″ touchup to 6th gen Core Y w/ Intel HD2 x22016$999
Dell XPS 13Ultraportable13.3″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes2019$899
Dell XPS 13 2-in-1Convertible13.3″up to 8th gen Core Y w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes2019$1049

ModelTypeScreenHardwareTB3 portsChargingUpdatedPrice
Huawei MateBook X ProConvertible13.9″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ up to MX2501 x2Yes2019$999
HP Elite X2Tablet12.0″ touchup to 7th gen Core Y w/ Intel HD1 x4Yes2018$899
HP EliteBook 830Ultraportable13.3″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes (**)2018$1299
HP EliteBook FolioUltraportable12.5″up to 6th gen Core Y w/ Intel HD2 x4Yes2018$1099
HP Elitebook x360 13Convertible13.3″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes2019$2399
HP Spectre x360 13Convertible13.3″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x4Yes2019$1049
Lenovo IdeaPad 720s 13Ultraportable13.3″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x2Yes2017$849
Lenovo IdeaPad 730s 13Ultraportable13.3″ glossyup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x4Yes2018$899
Lenovo Yoga 730 13Convertible13.3″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x4Yes2018$999
Lenovo Yoga 920Convertible13.9″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x4Yes2017$1099
Lenovo Yoga C930Convertible13.9″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x4Yes2018$1249
Lenovo Yoga S940Clamshell13.9″ glossyup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x4Yes2019$1499
Lenovo ThinkPad X390Convertible13.3″ matteup to 8h gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes2019$1199
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 TabletTablet13.0″ touchup to 8h gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1Yes2018$1299
Lenovo ThinkPad X 12-inchUltraportable12.5″up to 8h gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1Yes2018$1099
Razer Blade StealthUltraportable13.3″ matte/touch8th gen Core U w/ MX1501 x4Yes2019$1399
Samsung Notebook 9 PenConvertible13.3″ touch8th gen Core U w/ UHD 6202 x4Yes2019$1399
Samsung Notebook 9 ProConvertible13.3″ touch8th gen Core U w/ UHD 6202 x4Yes2019$1099
Toshiba Portégé X20WConvertible12.5″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes2018$999
Toshiba Portégé X30Ultraportable13.3″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes2018$1299

If you’re looking for a larger screen and faster hardware, but still want to stay within compact and portable ranges (under 4 lbs for 14-inchers, under 5 lbs for 15 inchers, under 6 lbs for 17-inchers), then these are the options to consider.

14 to 17-inch portable laptops with Thunderbolt 3 connectors

ModelTypeScreenHardwareTB3 portsChargingUpdatedPrice
Acer Swift 7 Black EditionConvertible14.0″up to 8th gen Core Y w/ Intel HD1 x4Yes2019$1499
Acer ConceptD 7Workstation15.6″8th gen Core H w/ Quadro1 x4No2019$1799
Acer Predator Triton 500Gaming15.6″8th gen Core H w/ up to RTX 2080MQ1 x4No2019$1799
Acer Predator Triton 700Gaming15.6″up to 8th gen Core H w/ Nvidia GTX 1080MQ1 x4No2018$1899
Alienware m15Gaming15.6″ matteCore HK w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080 Max-Q1 x4No2019$1299
Alienware m17Gaming17.3″ matteCore HK w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080 Max-Q1 x4No2019$1599
Apple MacBook Pro 15Ultraportable15.6″ glossyup to 8th gen Core H w/ up to AMD Vega 204 x4Yes2019$2299
Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501Gaming15.6″ matteup to 8th gen Core H w/ up to Nvidia GTX 1080MQ1 x4No2017$1699
Asus ROG Zephyrus GM501Gaming15.6″ matteup to 8th gen Core H w/ Nvidia GTX 10701 x4No2017$1699
Asus StudioBook S W700Workstation17.3″ matte8th gen Core U w/ Nvidia Quadro1 x42019TBA
Asus Zenbook 3 Deluxe UX490UAUltraportable14.0″up to 7th gen Core U w/ Intel HD2 x4Yes2018$1199
Asus Zenbook Pro UX550Multimedia15.6″up to 8th gen Core H w/ Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti2 x4 (*)No2018$1299
Asus Zenbook Pro UX580Multimedia15.6″up to 8th gen Core H w/ Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti2 x4 (*)No2018$1499
Asus ZenBook Pro Duo UX581Multimedia15.6″up to 9th gen Core H w/ Nvidia RTX 20601 x4 (*)?2019$1999
Clevo PB851EF-G / Sager NP8356Gaming15.6″Core H w/ up to RTX 20701 x4No2019$1799
Clevo PB871EF-G / Sager NP8376Gaming17.3″Core H w/ up to RTX 20701 x4No2019$1799
Dell Precision 15 5000 SeriesWorkstation15.6″up to 9th gen Core HK or Xeon w/ Nvidia Quadro1 x4Yes2019$1549
Dell Latitude 14 7000
Ultraportable14.0″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel HD1 x4Yes2019$1349
Dell Latitude 14 7000 2-in-1
2-in-114.0″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel HD1 x4Yes2019$1349
Dell Vostro 15 7000Multimedia15.6″ matteup to 9th gen Core H w/ Nvidia GTX 1660Ti1 x4Yes2019$1349
Dell XPS 15Multimedia15.6″ touchup to 9th gen Core HK w/ Nvidia GTX 16501 x4Yes2019$999
Dell XPS 15 2-in-1Convertible15.6″ touchup to 8th gen Core G w/ Radeon RX Vega M2 x4Yes2018$999
Gigabyte Aero 15Gaming15.6″up to 9th gen Core H w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080MQ1 x4No2019$2099
Gigabyte Aero 17Gaming17.3″up to 9th gen Core H w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080MQ1 x4No2019$2599
HP Omen 15Gaming15.6″up to 9th gen Core H w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080MQ1 x4No2019$1499
HP Omen X 2sGaming15.6″up to 9th gen Core H w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2070MQ1 x4No2019$1899
HP Omen 17Gaming17.3″up to 8th gen Core H w/ up to Nvidia GTX 1070MQ1 x4No2018$1099
HP Spectre x360 15Convertible15.6″ touchup to 8th gen Core G w/ Radeon RX Vega M1 x4Yes (*)2019$1299
HP EliteBook 840Ultraportable14.0″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes (*)2018$1249
HP EliteBook 850Ultraportable15.6″up to 8th gen Core U w/ AMD RX5401 x4Yes (*)2018$1249
HP EliteBook 1040Ultraportable14.0″up to 7th gen Core U w/ Intel HD1 x4Yes (**)2018$1399
HP ZBook 14uWorkstation14.0″up to 8th gen Core U w/ AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 31001 x4Yes (**)2019$1549
HP ZBook 15uWorkstation15.6″up to 8th gen Core U w/ AMD Radeon™ Pro WX 31001 x4Yes (**)2019$1649
Lenovo IdeaPad 720s 14Ultraportable14.0″up to 7th gen Core U w/ Nvidia 940MX1 x2 (?)2018$999
Lenovo IdeaPad 720s 15Ultraportable14.0″up to 7th gen Core U w/ up to GTX 1050 Ti1 x2 (?)No2018$999
Lenovo ThinkPad 25Ultraportable14.0″up to 7th gen Core U w/ Nvidia 940MX1 x2Yes2018$1899
Lenovo ThinkPad P1Workstation15.6″up to 9th gen Core HK w/ up to Quadro T20002 x4Yes (*)2019$1499
Lenovo ThinkPad P53sWorkstation15.6″Core U w/ up to Quadro P5201 x2No2019$1499
Lenovo ThinkPad T490Ultraportable14.0″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Nvidia MX2501 x4 (?)Yes2019$859
Lenovo ThinkPad T590Ultraportable15.6″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Nvidia MX2501 x4 (?)Yes2019$999
Lenovo ThinkPad T480sUltraportable14.0″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Nvidia MX1501 x2Yes2018$1199
Lenovo ThinkPad T490sUltraportable14.0″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Nvidia MX2501 x4 (?)Yes2019$1199
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 CarbonUltraportable14.0″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x42019$1199
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 ExtremeMultimedia15.6″up to 9th gen Core HK w/ Nvidia 1650MQ2 x4Yes (*)2019$1849
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 YogaConvertible14.0″up to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD2 x4Yes2019$1499
Lenovo Yoga 730 15Multimedia15.6″ touchCore HQ w/ Nvidia 10501 x2No2018$999
Lenovo Yoga C730Convertible15.6″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes2018$1649
LG Gram 15Ultraportable15.6″ touchup to 8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes (*)2018$1299
LG Gram 17Ultraportable17.3″ matte/touch8th gen Core U w/ Intel UHD1 x4Yes (*)2019$1699
MSI GS65 Stealth ThinGaming15.6″ matteup to 9th gen Core HK w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080MQ1 x4No2019$2099
MSI GS75 Stealth ThinGaming17.3″ matteup to 9th gen Core HK w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080MQ1 x4No2019$2199
MSI P65 CreatorWorkstation15.6″ matteup to 9th gen Core HK w/ up to RTX 2080MQ1 x4No2019$1199
MSI WS65Workstation15.6″ matteup to 8th gen Core H w/ Quadro P32001 x4No2019$2699
Razer Blade 14Gaming14.0″up to 7th gen Core H w/ Nvidia GTX 10601 x4No2018$1799
Razer Blade 15 AdvancedGaming15.6″ matteup to 8th gen Core H w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080MQ1 x4No2019$1899
Razer Blade Pro 17Gaming17.3″up to 9th gen Core H w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080MQ1 x4No2019$2699
Samsung Notebook 9 Pen 15Convertible15.6″ touch8th gen Core U w/ MX1502 x4Yes2019$1599

Last but not least, if you don’t care about portability at all and simply want a powerful computer with a large screen, capable graphics and a Thunderbolt 3 port, these are the options for you.

15 to 21-inch full-size notebooks with Thunderbolt 3 connectors

ModelTypeScreenHardwareTB3 portsChargingUpdatedPrice
Acer Aspire V15 NitroMultimedia15.6″Core HQ w/ up to GTX 10601 x4No2017$999
Acer Aspire V17 NitroMultimedia17.3″Core HQ w/ up to GTX 10601 x4No2017$999
Acer Predator 15Gaming15.6″Core HQ w/ up to GTX 10701 x4No2018$1499
Acer Predator 17Gaming17.3″Core HQ w/ up to GTX 10701 x4No2018$1499
Acer Predator Helios 500Gaming17.3″Core H w/ Nvidia GTX 10702 x4No2018$1899
Acer Predator Triton 900Gaming17.3″Core H w/ RTX GTX 20801 x4No2019$3999
Alienware Area 51mGaming17.3″Core HK w/ up to Nvidia RTX 20801 x4No2019$2499
Alienware 15Gaming15.6″Core HK w/ up to GTX 10801 x4No2018$1199
Alienware 17Gaming17.3″Core HK w/ up to GTX 10801 x4No2018$1499
Asus ROG Mothership GZ700GXGaming17.3″Core HK w/ up to Nvidia RTX 20801×4No2019
Asus ROG G703 SeriesGaming17.3″Core HK w/ up to Nvidia RTX 20801×4No2019$2999
Asus ROG G752 SeriesGaming17.3″Core HQ w/ up to GTX 10701No2017$1399
Asus ROG GL502VMGaming15.6″Core HQ w/ Nvidia GTX 10601 x2No2017$1399
Asus ROG GL702VMGaming17.3″Core HQ w/ Nvidia GTX 10601 x2No2017$1399
Asus ROG GX800Gaming17.3″Core HK w/ up to GTX 1080 SLI1No2018$2499
Clevo P750TM1-G / Sager NP9156Gaming15.6″Core K w/ up to GTX 20801 x4No2019$1999
Clevo P775TM1-G / Sager NP9176Gaming17.3″Core K w/ up to GTX 20801 x4No2019$1999
Clevo P750DM2 / Sager NP9152 / Schenker XMG U507Gaming15.6″Core K w/ up to GTX 10801 x4No2018$1799
Clevo P775DM3 / Sager NP9172 / Schenker XMG U717Gaming17.3″Core K w/ up to GTX 10801 x4No2018$1849
Dell G3 Gaming 15/17Gaming15.6″Core H w/ Nvidia GTX 1660Ti1 x4No2019$1099
Dell G5 Gaming 15Gaming15.6″Core H w/ up to Nvidia RTX 20601 x4No2019$999
Dell G7 Gaming 15Gaming15.6″Core HK w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080 MQ1 x4No2019$1099
Dell G7 Gaming 17Gaming17.3″Core H w/ up to Nvidia RTX 2080 MQ1 x4No2019$1349
Dell Inspiron Gaming 7577Gaming15.6″Core HQ w/ Nvidia 1060 MQ1 x4No2018$999
Dell Precision 15 3000 SeriesWorkstation15.6″Core HK w/ Nvidia Quadro1 x4No2019$999
Dell Precision 15 7000 seriesWorkstation15.6″Core HK or Xeon w/ AMD FirePro or Nvidia Quadro1 x4No2019$1199
Dell Precision 17 7000 seriesWorkstation17.3″Core HK or Xeon w/ Nvidia Quadro1 x4No2019$2299
Lenovo Legion Y720Gaming15.6″Core HQ w/ up to GTX 10601 x4No2017$1099
Lenovo Legion Y730 15Gaming15.6″Core HQ w/ up to GTX 10601 x2No2018$1099
Lenovo Legion Y730 17Gaming15.6″Core HQ w/ up to GTX 10601 x4No2018$1099
Lenovo Legion Y740 15Gaming15.6″Core H w/ up to RTX 2070 Max-Q1 x4No2019$1599
Lenovo Legion Y740 17Gaming17.3″Core H w/ up to RTX 2080 Max-Q1 x4No2019$1599
Lenovo Legion Y920Gaming17.3″Core HQ w/ GTX 10701 x4No2017$2499
Lenovo ThinkPad P53Workstation15.6″Core HK or Xeon w/ Nvidia Quadro2 x4No2019$1299
Lenovo ThinkPad P73Workstation17.3″Core HK or Xeon w/ Nvidia Quadro2 x4No2019$1899
HP ZBook 15
Workstation15.6″Core HK w/ Nvidia Quadro1 x4No2019$1499
HP ZBook 17Workstation17.3″Core HK w/ Nvidia Quadro1 x4No2019$1999
MSI GT73 TitanGaming17.3″Core HK w/ up to GTX 1070 SLI1 x4No2018$2199
MSI GT75 TitanGaming17.3″Core HK w/ Nvidia RTX 20801 x4No2019$2999
MSI GT76 TitanGaming17.3″Core K w/ Nvidia RTX 20801 x4No2019$2999
MSI GT83VR Titan ProGaming18.4″Core HK w/ up to GTX 1080 SLI1 x4No2018$3499
MSI WT75Workstation17.3″Core K w/ up to Quadro P52001 x4No2019$3999

* these laptops can change via USB-C, but a USB-C charger is not included
** some HP laptops can change via USB-C, but only through select HP docking stations and not with regular USB-C adapters

There’s a catch about the Thunderbolt 3 connection, it can be hooked up to the motherboard via x2 or x4 PCIe lanes. The x2 TB3 port is half the speed of the x4 TB3 connection and is primarily a problem when hooking up an external graphics chip and playing on the notebook’s internal display, as data needs to be swapped back and forth between the laptop and the eGPU dock. Hooking up the eGPU and playing on an external monitor hooked to the eGPU works fine on an x1 TB3 connection though, as in this case the data is no longer sent back to the laptop via the Thunderbolt.

It’s also worth adding that many laptops get two TB3 ports hooked into a single TB3 x4 controller, and not two ports with two dedicated 4x lanes. That means you get the 4x speeds while only one peripheral is hooked in, and they’ll share the connection when you hook up two.

Now, let’s get back to why this Thunderbolt 3 port is such a big deal. Here are a couple of thoughts:

  • The USB Type-C connector is compact and reversible, so compatible cables are not going to take a lot of space. Also, unlike most other connectors like USB Type-A, DisplayPort, HDMI, etc, a USB Type-C cable no longer has a “right-way” to plug in, making it much easier to use.
  • USB-C ports are more and more widely spread on mother devices, so down the road, they could replace all the other standard connectors, which means we could end up with one universal connector and one type of cable for pretty much all basic needs.
  • Not all USB-C ports support Thunderbolt 3, as the technology is only reserved to certain Intel based-devices with an appropriate TB3 chip. That might change in the future, as Intel plans to bake Thunderbolt 3 compatibility within the CPUs.
  • TB3 allows for very fast transfer speeds of up to 40 Gbps, which opens up space for a multitude of compatible accessories: fast external storage units, external graphics and processing units, external docking stations, etc.
  • TB3 can output video, audio, and power at the same time, so is a solution for connecting high-resolution external monitors or TV sets.
  • TB3 is also capable of network transfer speeds of up to 10 GbE, so can be a solution if you want to quickly transfer content within your network.
  • TB3 can also be used for charging your device at up to 100 W of power. So good-bye dedicated charging cables. (it can also charge laptops that normally ship with higher capacity chargers, but slower and while performing less-demanding loads. However, you should keep in mind that not all laptops allow TB3 charging, even if the port theoretically supports it).
Thunderbolt 3 is versatile, compact and easy to use

Thunderbolt 3 is versatile, compact and easy to use – source

One compact port can do all of these, so no wonder manufacturers are adding TB3 on the latest laptops.

But what does Thunderbolt 3 mean for ultraportable notebooks? It allows OEMs to design thinner, lighter and smaller devices which wouldn’t have space around their sides to accommodate regularly sized ports. Yes, that means you’ll need to buy adapters for your existing cables and devices, but to some extent, that’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make. These smaller computers can be hooked up to peripherals and transformed from the ultraportable travel companions they represent by their own, to business, multimedia, and even gaming computers. You can hook up an external monitor for extra screen real-estate, a storage unit, a docking station with extra ports or those graphics units. Just keep in mind that CPU’s can be a bottleneck un ultraportable laptops hooked up to eGPU, as these are usually built on Core Y or Core U processors, but thin-and-light 15-inchers with quad/six-core Core H processors and a solid amount of RAM will be good matches for the graphics capabilities of a full-size desktop card.

There is however a fair amount of confusion around Thunderbolt 3, mostly because it’s impossible to determine whether a device is TB3 compatible or not by simply looking at the physical connector. And that’s because TB3 and regular USB 3.1 ports both use a USB Type-C physical connector, but have different capabilities. The Apple MacBook, for instance, offers a USB 3.1 port, but not Thunderbolt 3. Standard USB 3.1 Type-C connectors still support data, video and audio transfers, but are limited to a lower bandwidth, so will perform slower, can’t carry power and aren’t compatible with graphics units, among others.

As of early 2019, there are many Thunderbolt 3 compatible accessories available in stores, and we covered some of the better ones in this article. Even so, having a Thunderbolt 3 port on your laptop might still not sit that high on your list of priorities, but you should consider something with TB3 for future proofness, especially if you plan to take advantage of the matching peripherals down the line and plan to keep the laptop you’re buying today for at least 2-3 years.

With that in mind, we’ll wrap this up here. I’ll continue to update this list of Thunderbolt 3 compatible laptops as often as possible, adding the new entries as they become available, but if you spot something that should be in here and is not, make sure to tell me about it in the comments section below, where I’ll also wait for your feedback and questions, if any.

Andrei Girbea, Editor-in-Chief of Ultrabookreview.com. I've been covering mobile computers since the 2000s and you'll mostly find reviews and thorough guides written by me here on the site.

202 Comments

  1. Amiel

    March 29, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    Can you look into Asus Zephyrus M GM501 please?

    • Eddie

      March 30, 2019 at 4:33 am

      Who updates this? It's missing the 2019 Samsung Notebook 9 Pro 13

  2. Don

    April 30, 2019 at 3:39 pm

    The Razer Blade Pro now comes with up to a 9th gen H cpu and RTX 2080 max q

  3. Aidan Lindon

    June 2, 2019 at 2:15 am

    Where are the Ryzen laptops?

    • Tom

      July 17, 2019 at 12:59 pm

      Thunderbolt is a intel product, usb 4 is basically thunderbolt 3 under the hood, when that comes out we'll get on AMD machines

  4. Ralf

    June 13, 2019 at 7:46 am

    Can you add an update history? It would be nice to know the latest members to this list. Awsome work!

  5. Peter

    June 23, 2019 at 7:46 pm

    Hi, I have a HP ZBook 17 with two TB3 connectors. How can I find out how many TB3 links are in? Do You have some manual about that?
    Thank You.

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