Satechi’s New USB-C Hub Fixes Your M1 iMac’s Port Problem

Satechi's new USB-C hub clamped to the chin of an M1 iMac.

Tired of reaching around for your M1 iMac’s USB ports? Satechi’s new USB-C Clamp Hub secures to the chin of your iMac, giving instant access a USB-C port, three USB-A ports, and both SD and microSD card slots without cluttering your desk.

The USB-C Clamp Hub uses just one of your M1 iMac’s USB-C ports but provides data transfer speeds up to 5GBps. It’s an especially useful product for designers or photographers who need to constantly plug devices in and out of their iMac.

But the Clamp Hub’s real selling point is that it doesn’t look stupid. It comes in silver and blue colorways that actually match the new iMac, adding functionality to your desk without cramping your style.

Pre-orders for the Clamp Hub open today, with orders shipping mid-September. You can save 15% on the $55 hub with coupon code “IMAC15.” Satechi says that the baby blue version of the Clamp Hub will launch this October. Bear in mind that this hub only fits the 24-inch M1 iMac. Other iMacs have thicker, beveled monitors that won’t work with the Clamp Hub.

Satechi USB-C Clamp Hub

Satechi’s new USB-C Clamp Hub secures to the chin of your 24-inch M1 iMac for easy access to four ports. Pre-order it now for $55 and use coupon code “IMAC15” for a 15% discount.

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