Satechi Just Released The Perfect Docking Station For Apple’s Mac Mini

Jul 2, 2021

Category: Tech

We’re always on the lookout for products that make our office workspace cleaner and more productive, and if you’re an owner of a new Apple Mac mini, then Satechi has just the device for you.

Satechi has released their Stand & Hub for Mac mini with SSD Enclosure, and it’s the perfect dock for Apple’s powerful little desktop computer. The Stand & Hub is color-matched to the silver Mac mini (no Space Gray, sorry) and sized perfectly to sit below it. It offers convenient access to all of the peripherals you’ll need while working, with a USB-C data port, three USB-A data ports, micro/SD card readers, and a 3.5mm headphone jack port. And, quite ingeniously, the dock also features an internal hiding space for an SSD drive, removing yet another item that had the potential to clutter up your desk. Compatible with the 2020 M1 Mac mini and 2018 Mac mini, the Stand & Hub for Mac mini with SSD Enclosure is available now from Satechi for $100.

Purchase: $100

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