The introduction of the Thunderbolt I/O standard by Apple and Intel earlier this year was an exciting opportunity to bring some seriously fast data transfer capabilities to the MacBook line up, but from a technical standpoint it left a lot of people (including us) scratching their heads. What exactly was Thunderbolt? It looked like a Mini DisplayPort cable, was backwards compatible with Mini DisplayPort peripherals, but there were no accessories or cables on the market to test out. Then there was the "LightPeak" confusion, Thunderbolt's original internal working name at Intel, which was originally going to be a copper bundled fiber optic cable. Clearly there were no fiber optic capabilities in the new MacBook models (other than TOSLINK) and Thunderbolt was supposedly electrically identical to Mini DisplayPort, but you couldn't use a Male to Male Mini DisplayPort Cable to link two MacBooks together. Well, now we know. Apple introduced its Thunderbolt Cable and 27-inch Thunderbolt Display a couple of weeks back. Inside the Thunderbolt Cable head is a chip-set that enables the high speed data transfer. iFixit.com did a good writeup if you're looking for something more technical. That lead to the next question - Will Thunderbolt Cables fit in Henge Docks? The answer is yes, the Thunderbolt cable heads fit perfectly in our existing dock lines. We still need to test a Thunderbolt Display, but the cable heads appear to be identical from photos. We will also be publishing a series of blog posts with more details about Thunderbolt in the coming days.