Nonda Hub+: Smart USB Station for MacBooks

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Apple’s new MacBook has, for the most part at least, been highly praised by brand enthusiasts. But even those that love that Cupertino-based tech giant are skeptical about the inclusion of a single, built-in USB port. The team at Nonda look to solve this much lamented MacBook feature with Hub+.

This sleek device helps you keep all of your wired devices connected thanks to its built-in 2 USB-C ports, 1 SDXC card reader, 1 mini DisplayPort, and 3 USB-A charging ports. In addition to providing multiple ports for your devices, Hub+ also doubles a juice pack thanks to the built-in lithium ion battery. Palo Alto-based Nando has already crushed their Kickstarter goal, and plans on releasing the product in both silver and gold. [Purchase]

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