MacBook Gadget with Multiple Connectivity Options

MacBook GadgetWe’ve all heard that the latest MacBook Pro featured only one kind of connectors – USB-C. Although this standard is up-to-date, we are still getting used to it. Most of cables, flash drives and other accessories have regular USB connectors, so all MacBook users would have to come up with some kind of a solution. Thankfully, accessory makers offer a lot of special gadgets that could help poor MacBook users. We’ve already a few of them and now we came across another one and it might easily be the best.

This gadget is called Arc Hub and it’s made by the company Bourge Design. The first thing you notice about Arc Hub is its stylish, circular design. The body is made of aluminium, so the gadget looks even shiny. This accessory would nicely complement an office desk as well as your working place at home.

Arc Hub solves the MacBook connectivity problem easily. It has 2 USB-C ports: for connecting a MacBook and pass-through charging. Other than that, there are 2 USB 3.0 ports, SD card slot, MiniDisplay port and even an HDMI port. Basically, apart from a MacBook, you can connect a monitor to Arc Hub, charge your iPhone and iPad from it or transmit data from flash drives.

Speaking of data transfer, Arc Hub offers great speeds. Big 4GB files can be transferred via USB ports or the SDcard slot in less than a minute. MiniDisplay and HDMI ports support the best, 4K monitors for the most stunning visuals ever. Another advantage of Arc Hub is its “coolness” – it doesn’t overheat. No matter how many devices you connect to it, the data transfer, charging goes well and Arc Hub keeps its cool.

So, if you’re not satisfied with the amount of connectors on your new MacBook Pro, Arc Hub will solve all these problems in a jiffy. Right now, the gadget is available for pre-order for $119 on the

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