Whether you just bought a new MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with M1 or you're rocking one from two years ago, you know the pain of zero legacy ports (and only 2 USB-C ports for some models). Now is the time to alleviate that pain with these Black Friday USB-C hub deals (opens in new tab). You can get as much as $50 off on Thunderbolt 3 docking stations, USB-C multi-port hubs, and single-port adapters.
If you need to connect your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air to your TV, a DisplayPort monitor, directly to your router, or you just want the flexibility to connect various USB-A keyboards, trackpads, and hard drives, this Plugable Black Friday sale has you covered.
Plugable USB-C Hub Multiport 7-in-1 adapter (opens in new tab)
I love this portable hub for many reasons, one of them being that it has an SD card slot so I can quickly transfer my camera files. It's small enough to fit in your pocket, but provides a wealth of versatility.
Plugable USB-C DisplayPort 4K Adapter (opens in new tab)
Maybe you don't need a hub with 14 different ports. Maybe you just want to be able to connect your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air to a DisplayPort monitor. Well, this USB-C adapter works perfectly with UHD Thunderbolt 3 displays to perfect your visual aesthetic.
Apple's MacBook Air and MacBook Pro lineup may be seriously impressive laptop computers, but the lack of port versatility is a pain point for all of us. Even if you just want more USB-C ports, you're very limited with Apple laptops. If Plugable's Black Friday USB-C hub sale isn't what you're looking for, check out our recommendations for USB-C docking stations for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, USB-C hubs for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, and USB-C adapters for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. You'll definitely find what you're looking for and many of these items are also on sale for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Keep an eye on our coverage of the best Black Friday deals 2020 for even more incredible discounts.
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