Since 2016, all new MacBook Pro’s and MacBook Air’s have had their USB-A ports, HDMI port and almost every other port removed and replaced with USB-C ports. Now you may be thinking how do I go about connecting my existing accessories such a USB Flash drives, keyboards, external displays or any other accessory. Thankfully the […]
Today we’re going to be highlighting the many USB-C hubs available from Satechi, a popular accessory maker headquartered in sunny San Diego, California. No matter which device you have or which features you want to find, it should be easy to choose the right hub after you read this article!
Today we’re highlighting one essential USB-C accessory: a simple USB-C splitter from Belkin that is designed to turn one USB-C port into four: two USB-C ports and two full-size USB-A ports. Let’s take a closer look!
USB-C is a huge upgrade over traditional USB, but it is messy. Before, you got laptops that had one of every connection you needed, and now you’re left with just one or two USB-C ports (and some full-sized USB if you’re lucky).
USB-C Multiport Hubs are a nice way to get those missing ports back, but choosing the right one is a challenge. That’s why I’ve broken down our most popular USB-C Hubs into five simple categories, based on the ports they have. We’ll start with the simplest hubs and slowly move up to the most feature-filled options. Let’s begin!
Satechi’s USB-C Hub for the MacBook & MacBook Pro is one of the best ways to add more ports back to your MacBook or MacBook Pro, but it’s far from the only solution on the market. In fact, there’s a cheaper alternative from Promate which boasts exactly the same features. Let’s take a closer look and see if we can find out where the differences lie!