Popular Apple accessory maker Satechi today launched a sleek and compact hub that adds a bunch of missing ports to your MacBook Pro (late-2016 model), including two USB 3.0 ports (so you can charge your iOS devices without having to purchase a new cable), an HDMI port with support for 4K video output, a pair of SD/microSD memory card readers and more.

The hub has two Thunderbolt 3 dongles that take up both USB-C ports of the new MacBook Pros with Touch Bar (don’t worry, you also have an additional passthrough Thunderbolt 3 port).

Here’s a quick overview of all the ports on this hub:

  • Thunderbolt 3 (1x)—Data transfer speeds up to 40 Gb/s are supported. In addition, the port supports a single 5K display or two 4K external displays at 60Hz with passthrough charging for 13 (61W) and 15-inch (87W) MacBook Pro models
  • HDMI (1x)—Video output in 1080p at 60Hz or 4K at 30Hz is supported
  • USB 3.0 (2x) and USB-C (1x)—Transfer speeds of up to 5 GB/s are supported
  • SD/microSD (1x)—Transfer speeds of up to 104 MB/s are supported

And now, watch Satechi’s promotional video for the device.

Priced at $100, the aluminum-clad Type-C Pro Hub is compatible with both Touch Bar and non-Touch bar MacBook Pro models. As a bonus, Satechi is offering these in two finishes, Silver and Space Gray, to complement your notebook.

You can buy the new Type-C Pro Hub starting today on Amazon..

  • Is that the hub we’ve all been waiting for?

    • Timothy

      Personally, I’d want exactly this if it were connected by a cable rather than humping the side of my computer, and also if it had an Ethernet port. Unfortunately the only options that fit those requirements that I’ve found cost hundreds of dollars 🙁

      • Iskren Donev

        I suppose that you can get two USB-C male-to-male cables and connect them from the MacBook to the hub. Then it will no longer hump the side of the MacBook.

        As for Ethernet – you can get a USB-A/C to Ethernet adapter separately.

    • Paresh Bhatia

      need ethernet Port also

  • Joshua The-Legend Wiebe

    …Stick to the older MacBook Pros

    • BlackPantherK

      I agree, just the fact you need to buy a new cable just to connect your iPhone or a hub to do “everyday stuff”

  • f1ght3r

    No ethernet? That’s lame

  • Oh hey I have that grey USB flash drive on the first picture 😛

  • Bob

    lol get an older macbook pro retina and save yourself the hassle, cheaper too