Satechi Launches Aluminium Type C Pro Hub For Mac

  • Satisfy all your data transfer needs with the Satechi Aluminum Type-C Pro Hub with Ethernet. Designed just for the 2016/17 MacBook Pro 13 and 15-inch models, this hub features a Gigabit Ethernet port.
  • Nov 8, 2018 - With Apple's recently-announced iPad Pro models making the switch to USB-C, Satechi has announced a new Aluminum Type-C Mobile Pro.
Satechi Launches Aluminium Type C Pro Hub For Mac

The Satechi Aluminum Type-C Pro Hub Adapter is the newest addition to our USB-C collection and the perfect companion for your 2016 MacBook Pro. Sleek and compact, the Pro Hub Adapter features a Thunderbolt 3 port, USB-C port, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 4k HDMI, and a SD/Micro card reader.

Satechi Launches Aluminium Type C Pro Hub For Macbook Pro

By Jesse Hollington ● Thursday, November 8, 2018 With Apple’s iPad Pro models making the switch to USB-C, Satechi has announced a new that’s specifically designed for iPad Pro users who want to fully take advantage of the new universal port compatibility. While USB-C means that any of Satechi’s other USB-C hubs and adapters can also be used with the new iPad Pro, the new Mobile Pro Hub features only those expansion ports that are fully compatible with the iPad, avoiding issues like overheating that users may encounter with other adapters, and it’s designed with compactness in mind so that you can more easily take it on the go with you. The hub includes a 4K HDMI port for connecting to an external display, USB-C PD 3.0 charging to keep not only the iPad Pro but also other USB-C devices powered up, in both directions, plus a 3.5mm headphone jack and a standard USB 3.0 port for fast data transfer of external USB keyboard connectivity.


The new Aluminum Type-C Mobile Pro Hub is available now for pre-order in either silver and space gray at Satechi.net for $44.99 (25 percent off), and is expected to ship in mid-December at the normal price of $59.99.

I’ve always been a fan of USB hubs that attaches directly to the MacBook. Back when I was using my old 13″ MacBook Pro, I found the on that worked really well. Now that I’m just upgraded, its again time to the best USB-C hub for the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. This is especially so since I still cannot avoid needing to plug in USB 3.0 devices and also plugging in external monitors via HDMI. I think I found the best USB-C hub for the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar Introducing the.

As you can see in the diagram above. The comes with all the necessary ports and adapters I need. At the office, I use this adapter essentially as a dock. I leave the HDMI cable, the USB-C charge cable and another USB 3.0 hub plugged into the Satechi Type-C Pro Hub. So whenever I get back to office, all I need to do is to just plug in the Pro Hub and voila, I get all my devices working.

Satechi Launches Aluminium Type C Pro Hub For Macbook

The packaging The comes in a relatively simple box packaging. Opening it reveals a simple plastic that holds the hub in place. Nothing fancy at all.

I suppose that’s fine since it serves its purpose though it does somehow gave it a cheap feel as compared to the actual hub itself. The nice looking hub in a simple plastic holder The Satechi Aluminum Type-C Pro Hub Using it is as simple as just plugging it into your MacBook.

Do note that this hub only works with the 13″ and 15″ MacBook Pros with Touch Bar. You would have to get a which plugs into just a single Type-C port.

What I like about this hub is that it works on either side of the MacBook. I found it plugged in quite well onto the MacBook. It also holds itself quite strongly due to the use of both the Type-C ports.

I purchased adobe elements premiere 14 for mac. Though I would still advice caution when plugging in your USB cables into the hub. Better safe than sorry. As you can see from the photo below, you can see that the colour don’t match perfectly with the MacBook’s space grey. The build quality however is top notch and matches the aesthetics of the MacBook Pro. Ken is native to the world of technology and this blog is his where he would share his thoughts, tips, reviews and pretty much just about everything technology that amuses him. He regularly abuses his iPhone, iPad and rMBP. Devices with APS-sized CMOS sensors seems to be a favourite pastime.

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