Satechi announces the Pro Hub Mini for the new MacBook Pro M1

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Satechi is a designer and producer of tech peripherals, emphasizing making third-party devices for Apple products. Today they’ve announced the new Pro Hub Mini, which expands the port capabilities of the new MacBook Pro M1 series.

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Satechi’s new Pro Hub Mini is available to pre-order now and ships in early January for a price of US$69.99. It comes in Space Gray and Silver. Satechi offers 25% off the Pro Hub Mini only on its website when you use the code “PROHUB” at checkout. Here’s what Satechi’s press release had to say:

Satechi announces the Pro Hub Mini for the new MacBook Pro M1

Satechi’s hub offers missing ports from the 2021 MacBook Pro® laptops, including two extra USB-A ports and an Ethernet port, making it easy to connect to a local network or plug in other devices that utilize USB-A. Plus, the Pro Hub Mini fits securely to the MacBook Pro, acting as a natural extension of the laptop, rather than taking up valuable desktop space.

The Pro Hub Mini adapter features a USB4 port that supports up to 6K 60HZ display output, along with up to 96W of charging power and up to 40 Gbps of data transfer. The adapter also includes a Gigabit Ethernet port, USB-C data (up to 5 Gbps) port, USB-A data (up to 5 Gbps) port, and an audio jack input, further expanding functionality for everyday data transfer needs.

Satechi’s new hub features a convenient plug and play design that makes it easy to use for hotdesking at any MacBook Pro® workstation. Simply connect to the M1 Max or M1 Pro laptop, and expand its ports and accessibility without any additional drivers or installation necessary.

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Last Updated on November 10, 2021.

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