Satechi launches Pro Hub Slim for M2 Pro/Max MacBook Pro and M2 MacBook Air

After the M1 Professional/Max MacBook Professional launched in late 2021 with the return of extra I/O, Satechi launched its Pro Hub Mini and Max to supply much more connectivity. Now the corporate has debuted its Pro Hub Slim to supply simply the connectivity you want for MacBook Professional and Air in a minimal design.

The ports on the 2023 (and 2021) MacBook Professional embrace HDMI, SDXC card reader, headphone jack, and MagSafe together with three USB-C/Thunderbolt 4 ports. In the meantime, the 2022 MacBook Air simply has two USB-C/Thunderbolt ports, MagSafe, and a headphone port.

Satechi’s Professional Hub Mini (reviewed) and Max (reviewed) provide an important answer for people who need/want Ethernet, USB-A, and extra.

However should you simply need the legacy USB-A ports, USB-C, HDMI, and SD card slots, Satechi has launched a good slimmer hub that sits flush with the MacBook Professional and Air in matching colours – the Pro Hub Slim.

Satechi Professional Hub Slim specs

  • 1 x USB-C (USB 4) – as much as 100W charging, 6K 60Hz show output, and 40 Gbps knowledge
  • 1x USB-C knowledge port – as much as 10 Gbps 
  • 2 x USB-A knowledge ports – as much as 10 Gbps
  • SD/microSD card slots – UHS-I as much as 104MB/s, can be utilized concurrently
  • Leaves MagSafe charging accessible

The Pro Hub Slim is available now in silver, area grey, and midnight. Together with being designed for the M2 Professional/Max MacBook Professional and M2 MacBook Air, the Professional Hub Slim works with the M1 Professional/Max MacBook Professional laptops from 2021– and every other MacBook from 2017 and later.

The brand new hub is priced at $79.99 however Satechi is doing a 20% off promotion for the launch with code SLIM20” at checkout.

Right here’s a take a look at the Professional Hub Slim in area grey and the MacBook Air’s unique midnight end:

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