The Mac Studio is equipped with a 10 Gigabit Ethernet port, which allows users to transfer data at Thunderbolt speeds up to 40 Gbps and connect to external storage devices.
The Ethernet port is located on the back of the device.
To connect the 2021 MacBook Pro 14" to the Studio Display, which does not have an Ethernet port, users can use a USB-C to Ethernet port.
Alternatively, they can use a Thunderbolt Daisy Chain to establish a true gigabit connection.
Different USB-C Ethernet adapters can be used with the Apple Studio Display, with users sharing their experiences on MacRumors forums.
Mac Studio is a powerful computer with advanced features, such as USB-C (Thunderbolt 4 or USB 3) ports, a 10 Gigabit Ethernet port, a power port, USB-A ports, HDMI port, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. It also has a status indicator light, power port, USB-A ports, HDMI port, and a power button. With these ports, users can transfer data at Thunderbolt speeds (up to 40 Gbps) and connect to external storage devices.
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