Hub+ for USB-C Solves the Single Port Issue For MacBook 12″ in a Sophisticated Way

Hub+ for USB-C Solves the Single Port Issue For MacBook 12″ in a Sophisticated Way

Even if you’re not inclined towards Apple products, the new MacBook 12” is bound to overwhelm you with its design and sleek form. That MacBook is truly a dream turned into reality for the tech-savvy generation. But every gadget comes with its pros and cons. While the MacBook 12” does bear a spectacular design and is highly portable, the one single USB-C port is the biggest drawback it’s got. You can’t let your existing hardware go obsolete just because your MacBook can’t connect to all of them at the same time.

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Yes, cloud connectivity exists but you can’t use it for all of your devices, can you? That leaves us to two choices – either don’t buy the MacBook 12” or stop using the additional hardwares with your laptop. I know that isn’t possible and will never be possible. So, when I came across the Hub+ for USB-C by Nonda, I felt as if this is what we all need. At least, the USB-C port won’t be hampering your MacBook experience anymore.

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Get Your MacBook Ports Back

Just like the name sounds, the Hub+ gives you back the MacBook ports you can’t work without. This includes 2 USB-C ports, 1 SDXC card reader, 1 mini DisplayPort (mDP 1.2 video output, 4k displays at 60Hz refresh rate), 3 USB-A 3.0 \ charging ports and a Built-in lithium ion battery to charge ANY phone. Yes, this is probably one of the first hubs that can charge your iPhone and give you 2.5 hours of additional talktime when you’re on the go.

Hub+ by Nonda

As told by Jan Schmitt, Chief Designer of Hub+ (Heidelberg, Germany), “The Hub+ is built with the best materials and an incredibly smart and beautiful design to give you the best experience you could ever get with your new Apple MacBook.”

Hub+ by Nonda

First Hub That Works as a Phone Charger Too

The built in lithium-ion battery gives the Hub+ the power to charge 3 devices at the same time, can provide additional talktime for your iPhone 6 like discussed before and can also store charge automatically when used as a hub. Apart from this, the design is pretty portable so you can easily carry it outdoors in your pocket or in your bag. The sleek form factor will save desk space as well as complement with the style of your MacBook too. You don’t want something simple and boring to pair with your all new MacBook 12”, do you?

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Work Like You Used To

To top it all up, the aluminium body only makes the device super rugged and look sophisticated at the same time. There are mini adapters available for USB-A 3.0 to USB-C compatibility. Currently super popular on Kickstarter, you can get yourself a Hub+ by pledging for $86 only.

Hub+ by Nonda on Kickstarter

The estimated delivery will be around July 2015. What are you waiting for the new MacBook users? Jump in for this amazing product now! Happy Gadgeting!

Note: It comes with 12-month warranty and is eligible for worldwide shipping too! Wow!

Madhurima Nag is the Head of Content at Gadget Flow. She side-hustles as a parenting and STEM influencer and loves to voice her opinion on product marketing, innovation and gadgets (of course!) in general.
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