Satechi Combo Type-C USB Adapter

Oct 30, 2015

Category: Tech

We all know that Apple didn’t make the newest line of MacBook models very user-friendly, thanks to the lack of available ports. Now, you can add more of the ports you need with the Satechi Type-C USB Combo Hub.

The device is a 3-in-1 combo USB hub adapter, which adds three USB 3.0 ports, a SD and a Micro SD card slot. It’s made from aluminum that is colored in the same Gunmetal, Silver, and Gold colors as the MacBooks, themselves. The adapter is thin, and it has a simple look to it that matches the simple aesthetic of your MacBook. Its compact size makes it easy to take with you on the go, as it easily fits into a purse, backpack or laptop bag. So, if you’re looking to make your laptop more functional, the adapter is available now for $35. [Purchase]

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