The two multifunction USB-C ports available on the MacBook Pro 2016 have meant for some users a little headache about the connectivity of devices and hardware in general with ports from previous generations. This Hub with a lot of options allows you to access those ports and much more.
The QacQoc GN28A USB C HUB is a simple peripheral, very discrete size, specially designed for the MacBook Pro that takes advantage of both USB-C ports for, without cables and without protruding excessively from the laptop, to connect other peripherals directly to your MacBook Pro.
The unit, which includes a small faux leather pouch with magnetic clasp for easy transport, allows connection via 1 USB Port-C 3.1 to 10Gbps for loading and transferring data, 1 USB Port-C 3.1 only for data transfer, 2 USB ports 3.0 Type A (the plane) with support for discs of a maximum of 2, 1 SD memory card reader and 1 micro SD memory card reader. This hub also allows the connection of a monitor up to 5 K or two 4 K chain monitors up to 60 Hz via DisplayPort and in Thunderbolt mode 3, transfer rates up to 40 Gb/s.
Connecting it is very easy: designed to be used with the two connectors on the left side of the MacBook Pro, you just have to “tune” when connecting and connect the rest of devices. With its really small size and its lightness, 23 grams, it is ideal to carry it in the bag and deploy it at any time along with your MacBook Pro (provided it does not carry holster or protective casing).