Satechi’s iPad Pro hub will let you pretend it’s a real desktop

The latest gadget from Satechi is both a stand and a USB-C hub made for the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models that have a USB-C charging port, as well as the 2020 iPad Air. It’s $100, and with your tablet wedged into the stand, it should look more like a traditional monitor, so you can keep on pretending it’s an actual desktop replacement.

Like any hub, it gives you a handful of extra ports for expanding the functionality of your iPad. This one includes an HDMI port capable of outputting 4K at up to 60Hz refresh rate, a USB-A data port, a USB-C PD port with up to 60W of charging power, a headphone jack, and separate slots for an SD and microSD card.

You technically don’t need an iPad to use this hub, as this foldable stand is compatible with other computers, tablets, and phones that have a USB-C port. Satechi does mention, however, that your device needs a USB-C PD port for “full compatibility” with the hub. It lists the last five years of MacBook Pros, the 2018 and 2020 MacBook Air, Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7 and Surface Go, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Google Pixelbook as viable companions to its hub. Extra compatibility is nice, but if you don’t have an iPad (and thus, no need for the stand component), you can probably find a different USB-C hub that’s no less capable for cheaper.

If this product seems appealing to you, Satechi is knocking $20 off the cost through June 6th at midnight PT when you enter the offer code IPADPRO at checkout.

Source link

More from author


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related posts


Latest posts

Google delays blocking third-party cookies in Chrome until 2023

Google is announcing today that it is delaying its plans to phase out third-party cookies in the Chrome browser until 2023,...

Ransomware funds more ransomware — how do we stop it?

Pretend, for a moment, that you are the president. This ransomware thing is escalating. Like, hackers screwed with the gas supply...

Microsoft needs to show Windows 11 is more than just Windows 10.5

Microsoft is about to unveil Windows 11 this morning, the company’s next major operating system. While a leak of Windows 11...

Want to stay up to date with the latest news?

We would love to hear from you! Please fill in your details and we will stay in touch. It's that simple!