This is where you’ll find all of the best deals on Mac accessories from top brands. Whether its thumb drive or MacBook stand, it’s here. Be sure to swing by our roundup for some of our favorite add-ons, too.
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This is where you’ll find all of the best deals on Mac accessories from top brands. Whether its thumb drive or MacBook stand, it’s here. Be sure to swing by our roundup for some of our favorite add-ons, too.
Amazon is now offering the Sabrent 512GB Rocket Nano External Aluminum SSD for $70.31 shipped. This one hit Amazon last summer at $190 before dropping down to a regular price of about $110. It is now more than 35% off the going rate and has only gone for a few bucks less on Amazon once before today. This one stands out from other portable SSDs on the market with a golden sandblasted aluminum shell that comes in at about half the size of a standard credit card (in length and width). Compatible with both Mac and Windows over USB-A and USB-C with a bus-powered setup that delivers a 10GB/s throughput or speeds up to 1,000MB/s. Head below for more details in the miniature NVMe drive.
OWC – known for everything from enterprise tech solutions to consumer storage and Apple gear accessories – is introducing its brand new mini SSD. Positioned as a “pocket-sized SSD with full-sized SSD performance,” the new OWC Envoy Pro mini is essentially a fully-featured solid-state drive that fits in a housing the size of a typical flash drive. Reaching impressive speeds with basically universal compatibility, it is designed to work with everything from the latest Apple gear right back to legacy devices from over the last 15 years as well as game consoles – it can even be configured as a boot drive. Head below for a closer look and more details on the new OWC Envoy Pro mini SSD.
Amazon now offers the Twelve South Curve MacBook Stand for $41.49 shipped. Normally fetching $60, today’s offer amounts to 31% in savings while delivering a new 2022 low that’s $8 under previous discounts. On top of being the lowest this year, you’re also looking at the best price since back in September where it sold for a few cents less. Twelve South’s premium Curve stand elevates your MacBook or other device 6 inches off the desk with a unique design that’s comprised of a single piece of aluminum. With an open base, it’ll not only improve the ergonomics of your setup, but also air flow to keep your machine running cooler with a matching matte black design, as well. Head below for more.
Update: Amazon is now offering a new all-time low on the Kingston DataTraveler Max 256GB USB-C Flash Drive with USB 3.2 Gen 2 at $47.99 shipped. Regularly $62, this is the best price we have ever tracked and the lowest price we can find.
Amazon is now offering the Kingston DataTraveler Max 512GB USB-C Flash Drive for $79.99 shipped. Regularly $105, this is 25% off the going rate, the lowest price we can find, and a new Amazon all-time low. For comparison’s sake, it is currently listed at full price via Best Buy. A notable and even more lightweight alternative to a cable-required portable SSD solutions, this one features a ridged casing with a loop ring you can slide right onto your keychain. It can also reach speeds nearly as fast as most of the best standard edition portable SSDs out there at 1,000MB/s with support for USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C USB you don’t typically see on flash drives. If you’re looking for something ultra-portable for your EDC, this is a notable option. Head below for more details.
Moment is now starting off the week by launching a new sale, this time taking an extra 15% off a selection of its in-house bags and more. Free shipping is available on orders over $35 and you’ll need to apply code SPRINGBAGS at checkout to lock-in the savings. A particular highlight brings the Moment MTW Backpack down to $84.99. Down from $150, this is an extra $15 below previous mentions and the best price of the year. Available in three different styles, this 21-liter backpack has plenty of room for all of your camera gear, let alone all of the other gear in your everyday carry. The exterior is coated in waterproof materials that help gear your gear safe and pairs with internal pockets including a dedicated MacBook slot and more. You can get even more details in our launch coverage and then head below for additional top picks.
Amazon is now offering the SanDisk 500GB Extreme Portable Solid-State Drive for $84 shipped. Regularly $150 and currently marked down to $105 at Best Buy, today’s deal is as much as $56 off, the lowest we can find, and a new Amazon 2022 low. Delivering NVMe performance with speeds up to 1,050MB/s and a rubberized housing, SanDisk’s Extreme lineup remains as one of the best options in the portable SSD space. While we are still tracking the 1TB variant down at $133 and the 2,000MB/s pro model at $180, if 500GB will cut it for your needs, scoring one at the best price of the year is not a bad idea. This model also delivers 2-meter drop protection as well as IP55 water- and dust-resistance with a handy carabiner clip loop and 256‐bit AES hardware encryption. More details below.
The new Teenage Engineering OP-1 Field has arrived. After debuting its hybrid TX-6 audio interface mixer and synth combo last month, the design team at Teenage Engineering has now unveiled its latest creation, the gorgeous new OP-1 Field. Saying its an updated version of the original OP-1 that took the boutique hardware synth world by storm years ago is accurate, but it’s also a serious understatement. TE has packed in “100 new features” leaving musicians, song makers, sound designers, and content creators with a beautiful and powerful new device that delivers a host of synthesizers and sampling engines, loads of built-in effects, a series of hardware recording options, enhanced version of its wacky and wonderful sequencers, and so much more. Get a closer look at the new Teenage Engineering OP-1 Field instrument and recorder below.
Update: Amazon is also now offering the Kingston XS2000 1TB Portable SSD down at $114.99 shipped. Regularly $160, this is a new all-time and the best price we can find. The specs and feature-set are the same as below, just with the larger capacity storage capabilities.
Amazon is now offering the Kingston XS2000 500GB Portable USB-C Solid-State Drive for
$74.99 shipped. Regularly $100, this is 25% off the going rate and a new Amazon all-time low. It might not be one of those popular SanDisk Extreme options or the new Samsung T7 Shield, but it is also more affordable and nearly as feature-rich. Reaching speeds comparable to the far more expensive pro-grade competitors at up to 2,000MB/s, it also supports USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 gear in a pocket-sized form-factor. An included rubber sleeve keeps it safe in your bag and when out in the field alongside a shockproof design that is resistant to water and dust, according to Kingston. Head below for more details.
IK Multimedia is out with a brand new camera audio interface today that can also be used for podcasting and other applications. The new iRig Pro Quattro I/O field recorder audio interface delivers four inputs alongside compatibility with video camera rigs as well as iOS and Android devices with a built-in microphone and some interesting tricks up its sleeve. The new hybrid camera audio interface and field recorder is now available for purchase, and you can get a closer look down below at the launch trailer.
After just launching yesterday (here’s our hands-on review), Amazon is now offering the first price drops on Samsung’s new T7 Shield portable Solid-State Drives. Releasing with a $160 and $290 MSRP on the 1TB and 2TB models, you can now score them for $134.99 and $239.99 shipped, respectively. Today’s deals are available in all three colorways as well. Delivering a ridged, rubberized elastomer exterior with 9.8-foot drop protection, IP65 water resistance, and “extreme“ temperature protection, these are the first price drops on the latest portable SSDs on the market. Clocking in at up to 1,050MB/s, they deliver USB-C connectivity alongside support for USB 3.2 Gen 2 gear as well as AES 256-bit hardware encryption and optional password protection. Get a closer look in our Tested with 9to5Toys feature and our hands-on review over on 9to5Mac. Then head below for more.
Teenage Engineering just introduced its latest creation, a portable audio interface and mixer known as the TX-6. The brand is well known for its quirky boutique tech products, not unlike the fantastic Pocket Operator synthesizers, the powerful OP-Z music maker and video sequencer, and the modular PO-series synths we reviewed previously. But its latest creation takes the wonderful Teenage Engineering creation prowess to a battery-powered portable sound mixer that doubles as an audio interface with six inputs, iOS compatibility, and loads of interesting tricks up its sleeve. Head below for a closer look.
Incase is likely best known for its MacBook hardshell case products and iPhone 13 cases – the company has been featured in our best-of roundup for years. The brand claims to have released “the first hardshell case for MacBook,” and back in late February it unleashed its latest protection solutions for Apple’s 14- and 16-inch MacBooks with a sort of hard-plastic-dot, grid-textured model and the new Woolenex treatment on display in this review. We have recently had a chance to give the latter a run for its money, and now it’s time to weigh in as part of the latest Tested with 9to5Toys.
SANDMARC is unleashing its lineup of leather Apple gear accessories today. Aptly named The Leather Collection, SANDMARC specializes in products for photographers, filmmakers, and travelers, but as we found out in our recent hands-on review of its gorgeous leather iPhone 13 case, it can also make some wonderful accessories for Apple users. After quite a lengthy process in the design lab over the last nine months, the brand is finally ready to unleash its latest leather sheaths and bands for all of the latest-generation Apple kit. Head below for a closer look.
Today, Novation is unveiling its brand-new FL Studio keyboard controller. The new FLkey MIDI keyboards now join the rest of Novation’s controllers for music creators and beat makers with a series of dedicated features for Imagine Line’s popular FL Studio DAW. While specifically tailored for FL Studio hip-hip and EDM producers, it essentially allows anyone to get hands-on with their beats and sounds without having to rely on a mouse, much like its Launchpad grid controllers we explored after full Logic Pro support was rolled out. Designed to put FL Studio’s wonderful sequencer-based music creation ecosystem directly beneath your fingertips and to deliver an all-round MIDI keyboard experience for just about any DAW, we had a chance to go hands-on with the new FLkey ahead of release today to see what it was capable of. Head below for a closer look at our impressions of the new FL Studio keyboard controller in the latest Tested with 9to5Toys.
Amazon is now offering rare price drops on some of the best USB-equipped podcasting and recording mics out there in its latest Shure sale. You can score the Shure MV7 Microphone for $224 shipped with the mic stand clamp or for $242 with the desktop tripod. Also matched at B&H. Regularly $249 and $269 respectively, this is only the third price drop we have tracked on Amazon, a 2022 low, and the best price we can find. It is also within a few bucks of the all-time low outside of a brief $219 offer for Black Friday. This options separates itself from more affordable options in a few ways; it comes from brand of great renown in the recording industry for its mics, accepts both USB and XLR connections, and features an all-metal construction. Add in the touch controls for gain, monitoring mix, mute, and more alongside built-in headphone input and you’re looking at a particularly high-quality and versatile solution for a number of recording applications. More details below.
Today the folks at ROLI are finally introducing the new Seaboard – the next generation of its brilliant expressive 5D touch music controller known as the Seaboard Rise 2. These kinds of instruments, limited as they are, can be a real treat to play and are subsequently quite expensive. The ROLI Seaboard Blocks device that released way back in 2017– a personal favorite of mine we had a chance to go hands-on with for review and something I still use to this day – brought all of this into a price range for the rest of us and has since become very hard to get your hands on at retail. And now, after what feels like an eternity, it’s finally time for ROLI to unveil the next generation Seaboard, unfortunately this one isn’t nearly as affordable. Head below for a closer look and more details on the new Seaboard Rise 2.
Today we are taking a closer look at PreSonus’ new affordable audio interface known as the AudioBox GO. After going hands-on with the brand’s new dynamic USB-C mic recently, we also had a chance to give the new AudioBox GO a run in the studio for a few weeks. Since it debuted last month as the recording brand’s entry-level recording I/O solution for your Mac, Windows and Chrome OS devices, as well as other Apple and Android gear (among other things), we thought it would be a good idea to give the inexpensive new audio interface a run for its money in the latest Tested with 9to5Toys entry. Head below for a closer look.
AKAI – one of our favorite MIDI and music gadget makers – has now introduced the new MPK Mini Play MK3 MIDI Keyboard Controller. An update to one of the more popular options on the market, the new MPK Mini Play MK3’s OLED display is joined by loads of built-in drum patches and sounds alongside an updated keybed, battery-powered wireless operation, and much more. Head below for a closer look at the now available AKAI MPK Mini Play MK3.
PreSonus unleashed its new Revelator Dynamic USB mic last month just after its entry-level AudioBox Go interface was unveiled. Looking to provide users with a high-quality dynamic solution for broadcasting, streaming, and music recording in one, we have had a chance to go hands-on with its latest in the Revelator lineup to see what it was made of. So head below for a closer look at our Revelator Dynamic USB mic review in the latest entry to the Tested with 9to5Toys series.
After seeing its new AudioBox GO interface at the top of the month, PreSonus is back at it again with the announcement of a dynamic USB-C microphone. Alongside the now available PreSonus Revelator Dynamic USB-C Microphone, the brand is also debuting a new desktop audio interface known as the Revelator io44 with a built-in streaming mixer. The new Revelator content creator audio gera is now available for purchase, and you can get more details on both down below.
We are taking a look at the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook cases from Incase. Today, the brand is announcing its latest all-new Hardshell Dots and Textured Hardshell with Woolenex cases for Apple’s latest notebooks with injection-molded construction to keep your precious new MacBook safe and scratch-free. Now available directly from Incase, you can get more details and a closer look down below.
PreSonus has now unveiled one of the most affordable audio interfaces out there with its new AudioBox GO. You will find some less expensive options out there from lesser-known brands or older models like this Behringer model from years ago, but when it comes to reputable audio companies with a pair of inputs for microphones and instruments, the AudioBox GO is certainly one of the lowest prices of entry around. The bus-powered I/O box is ready for portable and home studio setups with a respectable feature set for an $80 solution. Head below for more details and a closer look.
Update: The new Positive Grid Spark mini Bluetooth speaker and guitar amp is now up for pre-order with a notable launch discount at $185. Regularly $229, Positive Grid says the discounts will be changing throughout the day, but it might not get any better than this.
Today we are diving into our review of the Positive Grid RIFF guitar audio interface. Positive Grid is best known for its intelligent smart guitar amp products that offer instrumentalists a wonderful practice and recording setup tightly integrated with the brand’s wealth of high-tech jam-along and tone emulation software. The new RIFF interface packs much of this integration into a small audio interface for Mac, Windows, and iOS musicians at an even more affordable price tag. We featured the newly unveiled guitar USB interface at launch alongside a nice introductory price drop offer, but now it’s time to take a closer hands-on look in our Positive Grid RIFF review as part of the latest entry in the Tested with 9to5Toys series.
Amazon is now offering the Logitech Keys-to-Go Super-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard for $54.99 shipped in two styles. Normally fetching $70, you’re looking at a new all-time low of 21% off while marking the first notable price cut since launching last fall. Designed specifically for Apple devices, the Keys-to-Go arrives with a compact design reminiscent of the official Smart Keyboard with a super-light build and slim design. It pairs over Bluetooth to everything from your iPad and Mac to iPhone, Apple TV, and more, with a designated CMD button and up to 3-month battery life. Not to mention, there’s a full bar of media shortcuts and more at the top of adjusting volume, brightness, and more.
The latest model SanDisk Professional 2TB G-DRIVE ArmorATD protective hard drive is in the spotlight today. Solid-state portable solutions have become far more affordable than year’s past, but they still, for the most part, can’t quite compete with the per TB pricing on traditional hard drives. The G-DRIVE ArmorATD lineup offers up a rugged solution for content creators and more at a relatively affordable cost of entry, but are the far slower transfers speeds compared to that of its SSD brethren worth the savings? Are hard drives even still a worth while investment? Let’s see if the ArmorATD brings enough to the table in other aspects for it to be worth your time. Head below for our hands-on review of the latest-generation SanDisk Professional 2TB G-DRIVE ArmorATD protective hard drive
Positive Grid – maker of the Spark hybrid smart guitar amp – has now introduced a new guitar USB interface. Officially known as the RIFF, it is once again a combo device for musicians integrated with a broad range of software and emulation options that also works as a typical USB interface for Mac, PC, and iOS-based recording rigs. The sleek guitar pedal-looking interface is designed for use in the home studio and elsewhere with what appears to be a durable metal chassis. Head below for a closer look.
The SanDisk Extreme Portable Solid-State Drive lineup has been considered to be the best portable SSD products out there by many for at least a few years now. The latest-generation V2 iterations come in a standard and PRO configurations with the main differences landing, for the most part, in the data transfer speeds and build material categories. Nonetheless, both models are easily among the best portable SSD solutions for just about anyone’s EDC, whether you’re a photographer, video-based content creator, or just someone looking for a high-quality solution for speedy backups and on-person storage – some folks even use them to store PS5 games and the like. But with a chance to go hands-on with the SanDisk 2TB Extreme PRO Portable Solid-State Drive V2 recently, I just had to get a closer look and finally put the seemingly best-in-class portable SSD lineup to the test for myself.
Australian audio company and microphone maker Rode is introducing its new on-camera mic with the latest addition to its VideoMic line. The new VideoMic Go II is designed with universal compatibility for cameras, smartphones, tablets, and computers while being designed to support a broad range of users from filmmakers and live-streaming broadcasters to content creators on TikTok and elsewhere, all without spending a fortune. Head below the fold for a closer look.
It’s time to take a look at the new Grovemade wood Apple keyboard trays. The first Grovemade release to kick off the new year offers up a gorgeous home for your latest-generation Touch ID Apple keyboard with a handmade walnut and maple wood treatment with wrist rests to match. These “distinguished” solutions certainly aren’t the most affordable out there, but they are certainly some of the prettiest. Head below for a closer look.
Now that Christmas is just under two weeks away, each day that goes by will make it increasingly difficult to secure the perfect gift for everyone on your list. Last-minute shopping becomes even more problematic when factoring in any potential shipping delays. Technology is arguably one of the hardest-hit sectors, making it even more difficult to shop for this type of gear. Fear not, however, because this tech gift guide provides six suggestions that will be a pleasant surprise for just about any gadget lover out there. Continue reading to find a list of gear priced as low as $12.
Let’s take look at the best gifts for musicians, beat makers, audiophiles, and guitar geeks. It’s time for my annual lineup of options you (most likely) won’t find on those played-out boring lists that litter the internet every year. Most musicians already have what they need, or just want something that’s far too pricey for most folks to purchase as gifts. While you will find some options that are a bit more expensive than most would like this year, I’ve tried to include some gear that’s lesser-known, incredibly useful, and not something every musician and home producer already has. Hit the fold for our picks of the best gifts for musicians, beat makers, audio nerds, and guitar geeks.
Update: The campaign is now live!
The Silicon Valley-based accessory maker HYPER is launching an updated version of its flagship HyperDrive USB-C hub for MacBook Pro today (should be live any minute now) known as the HyperDrive DUO PRO. This form-fitting, milled aluminum hub – an update to what HYPER refers to as “the world’s most crowdfunded USB-C hub” ever – brings the brand’s detail-focused, feature-rich design to Apple’s latest 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros while retaining compatibility with every other MacBook released from 2016 on. The original raised over $3.1 million during its crowdfunding campaign, and HYPER is launching the HyperDrive DUO PRO on Indiegogo today with a solid 50% price drop for early backers. Alongside a flawless track record with crowdfunded product launches, the company is scheduled to begin shipping its new USB-C Hub for MacBook Pro starting next month. Head below for a closer look at the new HyperDrive DUO PRO.
After launching its biggest deals of the year for Cyber Monday (some of which are still live), Pad & Quill just dropped its brand new Valet Leather MacBook Bags for the 14 and 16-inch models. Now launching at $209 and $239 respectively, our special code (found below) will knock 15% off both size options so you can score a sweet deal and still have one under the tree in time for this year’s festivities. Free shipping is available on both and you’ll will want to jump below the fold to score the early launch deals.
Hyper is back again today with its new HyperDrive – a double or triple 4K display dock for MacBook. “Ditch the dongles and get your dock on” with the new all-in-one USB-C hub that supports MacBooks ranging from way back in 2016 right up to the brand new 14 and 16-inch models. Hyper is looking to consolidate the multi-display hub experience for MacBook users with its unique new HD134 and HD156 models, for the 13/14-inch and 15/16-inch models respectively. Head below for a closer look and some early pre-sale discounts.
Sceptre has unleashed a new UltraWide monitor just ahead of the holiday season. It’s the latest to join the Sceptre Nebula series and is headlined by a 34-inch display, 1000R curvature, USB-C connectivity, and more. Buyers can also expect a brightness level of 600 nits, an integrated ambient light sensor, in addition to a colorful LED light across the back. Its 3440 x 1440 resolution is paired with a 165Hz refresh rate and 1 millisecond response time. Continue reading for more details.
Today we discovered that Acer has added another monitor to vast portfolio of displays. This time around the company has opted to release an 29.5-inch UltraWide with an up to 200Hz refresh rate. The release belongs to the Acer Nitro XZ6 series, a refreshingly simplistic title given how complicated naming conventions tend to be in this product category. Standout features include a white frame, 21:9 aspect ratio, 1500R curvature, and support for AMD FreeSync Premium. Continue reading to learn more.
Hot on the heels of Apple’s newly announced laptops, we are taking a look at the just-released Pad & Quill M1 MacBook cases. Officially known as the Cartella Slim Case for M1 MacBook Pro, it is available for both the 14-inch and 16-inch M1 Pro and M1 Max models. These made-in-the-US cases are up for pre-order with a November shipping date and, best of all, are now 15% off with our exclusive discount code.
HYPER is introducing the “world’s most powerful” 245W GaN Charger and 245W USB-C Battery Pack (27000mAh/100Wh) today. The brand previously introduced us to the “world’s first” 100W GaN USB-C charger as well as its HyperJuice 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand this past summer. Now it’s time to take a look at its new 245W GaN Charging Station and the accompanying USB-C Battery Pack. Head below for a closer look, availability details, and pre-sale discounts.
Earlier today, Turtle Beach launched Neat Skyline, but the company has also opened pre-orders for two additional microphones: Neat King Bee II and Bumblebee II. Many would agree that both offerings benefit from a premium design that will look great in just about any stream. It doesn’t stop there, however, with both units sporting USB-C connectivity, “outstanding versatility,” and “zero latency.” Continue reading to learn more.
Ever since MagSafe made a comeback with iPhone 12, faster power adapters have become increasingly popular. Until now, 20W has been commonplace, but UGREEN is turning up the heat with an even faster solution at a similar price point. The new UGREEN 25W USB-C adapter features a compact design that is paired with foldable prongs to keep it as small as possible. Best of all, iPhone 13 and other smartphones should be able to utilize all of its power. Continue reading to learn more.
The official Anker Amazon storefront is now offering its Nebula Apollo Wi-Fi Mini Projector for $297.49 shipped. That’s $52.50 under the regular $350 price tag, matching the previous deal price, and the best we can find. A 200-lumen DLP lamp is joined by the ability to create up to 100-inch displays alongside Android 7.1 for direct access to your streaming services with no additional devices needed. This model also sports a transparent touch panel that provides the “power to navigate menus and more with ease, directly from the device.” Head below for more Anker projector deals from $200.
One month after it released a new MagSafe iPhone 12 car mount, Belkin has unleashed a fresh batch of iPhone- and iPad-focused accessories. Three Belkin USB-C offerings are now up for grabs, two coming in the form of GaN chargers alongside a Rockstar 3.5mm Audio adapter for Type-C devices like iPad Pro. Since GaN power adapters are very popular these days, it’s not too surprising that these new Belkin USB-C offerings try to set themselves apart with either multiple ports or a flat-to-wall design. Continue reading to learn more.
The world of dedicated PC microphones has greatly expanded over the last few years. There are all sorts of options that span just about every price point imaginable. From affordable to premium, it’s hard to argue that any dedicated option will not result in a quality boost when compared to the integrated microphones found in laptops, smartphones, and many other mainstream devices. Now, a new Neat Skyline microphone from Turtle Beach is throwing its hat into the ring with a clean look, USB-C connectivity, and a large mute button. Continue reading to learn more.
The Twelve South StayGo mini was introduced at the tail end of last month as the brand’s lightest and most compact USB-C hub yet. As the name implies, this is the miniature version of its original StayGo hub, shrinking the overall footprint down significantly to leave users with a more succinct set of connectivity options on MacBook and iPad. Doubling as one of those tight-fit hubs that effectively snaps onto the side or bottom of your device via USB-C, it also comes with a “desk cable” for a more traditional USB hub experience. Head below for a closer look at our hands-on Twelve South StayGo mini review.
If you keep a pair of headphones or a gaming headset at your desk, resting them on a stand of some sort tends to give most setups a cleaner look and feel. This fact also rings true with MoKo’s new and versatile aluminum headphone holder. It clamps onto a desk and features an adjustable 360-degree holder, in addition to a spot for your favorite beverage and a backup pair of earbuds. Just about every piece of this offering is made of aluminum, ensuring it will give almost any setup a more high-end look and feel. Continue reading to learn more.
Focusrite has now unveiled its new USB-C audio interfaces with an upgraded family of Clarett+ boxes. The new lineup is made of three new interfaces sporting USB-C and enhanced specs in comparison to the previous-generation Clarett solutions, with a range of options for various levels of content creators and music producers. Everything is ready for your Mac and PC right out of the box, and you can learn more down below.
If you’re an iPad power user and find yourself in need of more than a single USB-C port, the new StarTech USB-C Multiport Adapter could be an accessory that’s worth adding to your workflow. It not only replaces the sole USB-C port on the latest iPad Air or Pro devices but also adds AUX, dual USB-A, and HDMI. The HDMI port supports 4K with a 60Hz refresh rate, which is a feat that has also been accomplished by Anker. An up to 100W passthrough charging rate is where this StarTech hub manages to beat out many of its direct competitors, however. Continue reading to learn more.
With so many USB-C hubs and docking stations on the market, it can be difficult to find new releases with uncommon features. The new StarTech Quad Monitor USB-C Dock passes this test with flying colors, allowing Windows, macOS, Chrome OS users to drive up to four displays using just one Type-C port. All four monitors can run at 4K with a 60Hz refresh rate, which is an admirable feat, to say the least. If that wasn’t enough, you’ll also have access to three 5Gbps USB-A ports, one 10Gbps Type-C input, Gigabit Ethernet, AUX, and 100W passthrough charging over the host USB-C slot. Continue reading to learn more.