Accessory for the MacBook Pro With Touch Bar!!
If you are one of the Many(or few) who Purchased a Mac Book Pro with Touch Bar and suddenly realized that you have a shortage of Ports then you may want to consider checking out the USB- C-Hubb from HooToo, HooToo Shuttle 3.1 Type C Hub from Hoot Suite.HooToo is a company that Started in 2008.HooToo is a company that Started in 2008 and is based in San Jose California.
The USB-C Hub comes with the following Options:
- 3 x USB 3.0 Ports
- SD Memory Card slot
- Power Delivery: Charging your laptop while connecting multiple peripherals and transferring data
- 4K Video Adapter: Mirror or extend your screen with the HDMI port and directly stream 4K UHD or Full HD 1080p video to HDTV, monitor or projector
- USB 3.0 Ports: Allow you to connect keyboard, mouse, thumb drive to laptop, and access files from an SD card reader
- Mac-Style Design: 2.5D unibody aluminum alloy exterior, ionized finish, reinforced TPE cable coating, and Mac-style LED activity indicator. EMI protection to prevent interfere with wireless devices
The USB Hub is available from Amazon about 72.99 with Free Shipping.
For a video review of this Item check out Unbox Therapy
Please Note that it supports: 4K@30Hz or 1080p@60Hz.
Sources: Amazon and Unbox Therapy
DEAL ALERT!!!!! DEAL ALERT!!!
GREAT STEAL FOR ONLY 10.98 AND
A KINGSTON USB KNOWN FOR QUALITY
I WILL SNAG ONE MYSELF WHILE STOCKS LAST!!!
Beware of the 64 Microsoft Surface WYSINWYG!!!
Yep Doing it wrong,only 23 GB!!! that’s Batshit Crazy for that price that’s Daylight Robbery
- 128GB Surface Pro ships with 83GB free, 64GB has only 23GB (engadget.com)
- Microsoft Surface Pro 128GB only has 83GB of free space (HEXUS.net)
- 64GB Microsoft Surface Pro has just 23GB of available user storage (intomobile.com)
Before you go out and buy that $899 Surface Pro, make sure you know what you’re getting: Of the 64 GB storage capacity, only 23 GB are available to you. Microsoft confirmed the specification details to The Verge on Tuesday, stating that the Windows(s msft) install files, recovery partition and built-in Windows software apps are taking up the bulk of the device’s flash storage. While all computing devices have some storage taken up by system software, Microsoft’s Surface devices are the first I can recall that take up the majority of the storage capacity.
In this day and age, I don’t find the situation acceptable. Why? Because a consumer is paying for a device with 64 GB of storage but only getting to use 36 percent of that storage. A more acceptable percentage would be more than double that, in my opinion. Of course, you can always add extra…
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