What you need to know
- Satechi has announced a new USB-C dock that's designed to go with your iMac.
- The dock includes an enclosure for adding external Mac storage.
- Satechi is offering a special early bird discount right now.
Satechi, the popular accessory maker, has announced a new USB-C dock that's designed especially with the 24-inch iMac in mind. It's available in blue and silver colors and can be ordered today.
Dubbed the USB-C Slim Dock For 24" iMac, the new product offers a number of ports as well as a built-in enclosure that gives people the option to add their own external storage via M.2 NMVe SSDs or M.2 SATA SSD. Beyond that, if there's a port you need there is a good chance that it's here.
All of that would normally set you back $149.99 but a special early bird pricing offer gets you 20% off by entering the code IMAC20 at checkout, bringing the price down to $120. All you need to remember to do is choose the color that matches your particular iMac — assuming you own a blue or silver one, that is. There's currently no mention of any other color being added in the future, which is a shame. We all know the orange iMac is the best Mac color you can buy, right?
You can order the new USB-C dock direct from Satechi right now.
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