Satechi's Pro Hub Mini brings yet more ports to Apple's new MacBook Pro
What you need to know
- Satechi's new Pro Hub Mini is designed to offer the ultimate in ports and connectivity.
- The new hub is designed for Apple's new MacBook Pro and includes Ethernet and more.
Apple's hot new MacBook Pro might bring with it some of the ports we've been crying out for over the last five years, but there's still room for improvement. Anyone on the hunt for Ethernet, for example, needs a dongle or hub and the folks at Satechi have just the ticket.
Enter the Pro Hub Mini is a hub normally priced at $69.99 but available with 25% off right now — just enter PROHUB when checking out. It'll take up two ports on the side of your new Mac, but it'll be worth it for all of the new options you're gaining — including the aforementioned Ethernet.
Buyers can look forward to:
- 1 x USB 4 - up to 96W charging, up to 6K 60Hz display output, up to 40 Gbps data transfer
- 2 x USB-A 3.0 data ports - up to 5 Gbps, does not support charging or CD drives
- 1 x Gigabit Ethernet port
- 1 x USB-C data port - up to 5 Gbps
- 1 x Audio jack port
And as if that wasn't enough, just look at this thing. As far as hubs go, there is no denying that this is a looker. It's also available in Space Gray and Silver to match your particular flavor of MacBook Pro.
These new notebooks are the best Mac portables ever — and now you can give them the ports that they don't already have right out of the gate.
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