What you need to know
- Twelve South has announced the StayGo mini, a miniature USB-C hub for iPads and MacBooks.
- Users can enjoy four ports including HDMI out, headphone jack, and more.
- The new hub sells for $59.99.
Popular accessory maker Twelve South has announced a new hub that's specifically designed for use with iPad Pros, iPad Airs, and MacBooks. The new hub takes a single USB-C port and turns it into four ports.
Dubbed the StayGo mini, the hub is designed to connect right into an iPad's USB-C port, but it can also be attached to a MacBook using an extension cable. No matter how you connect this thing, you can look forward to four ports on the other side; USB-A, 4K HDMI, headphone/audio out, and USB-C power.
The whole thing is encased in a fetching aluminum shell to help reduce heat and it's plug & play — attach anything you need and away you go.
All of this is available today and is priced at $59.99 direct from Twelve South. While it's clearly designed with iPad Pro and iPad Air in mind, who knows — this could also work with an upcoming iPad mini if the rumors are true!
Looking for something with more ports? Check out our list of the best USB-C hubs for Macs and other machines instead.
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