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Satechi Mac Mini Hub

The new M1 Mac mini by Apple looks perfect with its clean minimal design, but all that beauty comes with a major trade off, and that trade off is the lack of ports. Enter the Satechi Stand & Hub, a sleek combo that sits flush underneath your M1 Mac mini, providing all the necessary ports at the front such as a USB-C data port (5Gbps), three USB-A ports (5Gbps), both micro SD and SD card readers, and a headphone jack. It comes in the exact same silver finish as the Mac mini, and connects via a single USB-C connection. Designed to perfectly fit your Mac Mini (2018 & later). watch the video below

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