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Satechi USB C Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2-4K HDMI (30Hz), Gigabit Ethernet, USB-C Charging, SD/Micro Card Readers, USB 3.0 - Compatible with 2020/2019 MacBook Pro, 2020 MacBook Air (Space Gray)
|Hardware Interface||USB Type C|
|Number of Ports||6|
|Compatible Devices||Tablets, Card Readers, Laptops|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||6.3 x 2.52 x 4.13 inches|
|Data Transfer Rate||4 Gigabits Per Second|
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- V2 MODEL - your favorite Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter just got even better with an upgraded Micro SD card slot and refined aluminum design
- EXPANSION PORTS - includes 4K HDMI, Ethernet, USB-C Pass-Through Charging, SD/Micro Card Reader and 3 USB 3.0 ports.
- SLIM & COMPACT - portable design easily fits in your laptop bag, backpack or carry-on to take your adapter with you anywhere you go!
- PLUG & PLAY - easy to use and does not require any software, drivers, or complicated installation process
- DESIGNED FOR TYPE-C DEVICES - 2020/2019/2018/2017/2016 MacBook Pro, 2020/2018 MacBook Air, 2020/2018 iPad Pro, 2019/2017 iMac, iMac Pro, 2015/2016/2017 MacBook, Microsoft Surface Laptop 3/Surface Pro 7/Go, Google PixelBook Go, ChromeBook, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S, HP Spectre Convertible, Razer Blade, Huawei Matebook and more USB-C devices
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Founded in 2005 and headquartered in San Diego, California, Satechi has taken a combined passion for technology + design and created a leading consumer electronics brand, specializing in modern USB Type-C accessories.
Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2
We took one of our top-selling customer favorite Type-C adapters and made it even better!
Introducing our latest Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2, with all the same peripherals that you loved on the previous model but with several changes to ensure a consistent connection and stable data transfer.
We upgraded the Micro SD card slot and refined our aluminum design, so now it is easier than ever before to add expansion ports to your MacBook/MacBook Pro.
- Upgraded MicroSD card reader slot
- HDMI video output – up to 4K 30Hz
- USB-C pass-through charging – up to 60Hz
- Gigabit Ethernet – supports 10/100/1000Mbps
- Micro/SD card reader and 3 USB 3.0 ports
Upgraded V2 Adapter
Featuring an upgraded Micro SD card slot and refined aluminum design for a more user-friendly experience.
Brilliant 4K HDMI Display
Simply connect your HDMI cable from the Multi-Port Adapter to your monitor to enjoy beautiful, crisp high-resolution display in up to 4K @ 30Hz resolution.
Don't worry about sacrificing your USB-C port, with the included pass-through charging, you can easily charge your Type-C devices while using the other ports.
|Slim Multi-Port Adapter||Slim Multi-Port Adapter V2||Multi-Port Adapter||Multi-Port Adapter V2||Multimedia Adapter|
|Pass Through Charging||Up to 60W||Up to 60W||Up to 49W||Up to 60W||49W|
|USB 3.0 ports||2||2||3||3||3|
|Micro/SD Card Slots||—||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Mini Display Port||—||—||—||—||✓|
We took one of our top-selling customer favorite Type-C adapters and made it even better! Introducing our latest Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2, with all the same peripherals that you loved on the previous model but with several changes to ensure a consistent connection and stable data transfer. We upgraded the Micro SD card slot and refined our aluminum design, so now it is easier than ever before to add expansion ports to your MacBook/MacBook Pro. Available in two modern colors, silver and space gray.
Featuring an upgraded Micro SD card slot and aluminum design for a user-friendly experience. Now you will be able to feel the "click" when your Micro SD card has been properly inserted for a consistent connection.
4K HDMI Video
Enjoy beautiful, crisp high-resolution display in up to 4K @ 30Hz resolution by simply connecting your HDMI cable from the Multi-Port Adapter to your monitor. We recommend to use HDMI 2.0 cables. HDMI port requires a direct HDMI to HDMI connection.
USB-C Pass-Through Charging
Don't worry about sacrificing your USB-C port, with the included pass-through charging, you can easily charge your Type-C device while using the other included outlets. Max power output 60W.
2019/2018/2017/2016 MacBook Pro, 2020/2018 MacBook Air, 2020/2018 iPad Pro, 2019/2017 iMac, iMac Pro, 2015/2016/2017 MacBook, Microsoft Surface Laptop 3/Surface Pro 7/Go, Google PixelBook Go, ChromeBook, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S, HP Spectre Convertible, Razer Blade, Huawei Matebook and more USB-C devices.
USB-C charging feature supports devices with USB PD protocol 2.0 and higher
HDMI port supports only devices with DisplayPort over USB-C w/ Alt Mode
Not compatible with Apple SuperDrive
Operating temperature is 86-122°F
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Top reviews from the United States
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The Satechi Adapter has a very sleek and minimal design and the space gray color matches my 2017 MacBook Pro perfectly. I am using it to connect an Apple USB Keyboard, LaCie Rugged USB External Drive, Wacom Intuos Pro Tablet, 23.5-inch ASUS (1920 x 1080) 60Hz Display, and Ethernet Cable for internet. All of these stay connected throughout the day, and have been working flawlessly.
Also, as an important note, the Satechi gets warm and not hot most of the day. However, the only time it does get a little hot is when I run hourly backups through my LaCie Rugged External Drive. I have not tried the Power Delivery since I don't need it, so maybe that is why it gets hot for others. My only ding is that the USB-A ports are upside down and they can be difficult to plug a USB device into. You can hear metal grinding when you plug into the USB-A ports, but maybe it's a good thing to have such a tight fit.
I plan on updating my review after 2-4 weeks to confirm the reliability and quality of the awesome (so far)
Satechi Aluminum Multi-Port Adapter V2.
:::::June 16, 2018 Update::::: I have used the Satechi Adapter every day for three months and it is doing great. My only real complaint so far is that the HDMI can be a little flaky. If you accidentally move the Satechi too much or bump it, then the HDMI connection goes out and then you have to unplug and replug the adapter back into your computer. Kind of annoying but not too bad.
Also, it took me some time to figure out how to get the HDMI to consistently work with my external monitor. I am using a 2017 MacBook Pro and you have to open the lid and wait until the login screen appears before turning on the monitor. For some reason the Satechi HDMI port does not immediately recognize my MacBook Pro and monitor upon boot. I would prefer just turning on my monitor and MacBook Pro and not having to wait to turn on my monitor.
now for the bad -
- the ethernet port size seems to be slightly off - my cable won't snap in (has worked on all other computers or adapters i've used). i have to weigh down the cable and then wedge the hub so the cable doesn't disconnect
- the passthrough charging is too low to be useful. I have the 2018 i9 macbook pro; on the first day of using this hub (and only day trying to use passthrough charging), macos warned me in the evening that my laptop was about to shut down. I hadn't noticed the battery power slowly draining throughout the day since the passthrough wattage is so low.
- the passthrough charging port is incredibly tight. It somehow warped/bent/damaged my brand-new apple usb-c charging cable connector, and now the connector no longer connects to anything properly. it still plugs into my computer and charges it, but if the laptop moves at all, the cable is very likely to come loose since it's not snapped in.
Over time there have been 2 issues that have changed my mind.
1) The power pass through doesn't work for a Macbook pro.
My MBP requires 87 watts of power. When passing through the hub, the charge drops to 47watts.
Over time the laptop will shut off because the power is too low.
2) The Micro SD card is seated too deep.
You cannot insert and remove the micro sd card without using a sharp object. The card seats too deep into the hub before the spring clicks it into place.
Check this out:
AT&T (1000/1000 fiber connection) Modem bridged to Orbi Router and mesh wifi system. Orbi router has 3 x gigabit ethernet ports. Great. To these I connected a 20TB Drobo NAS, a Philips Hue Hub, and this Satechi USB-C hub. The USB C hub was connected to my late 2016 MacBook Pro.
All fairly simple so far.
Worked as you'd expect. MacBook Pro via the ethernet on Satechi could hit 950mbps up and down on Speedtest.com, where as on WiFi it would max out at around 500/500.
However when I unplugged the Satechi hub from the Macbook Pro and go wirelessly wandering around on Wifi... my Drobo NAS disappears from the network, and my hue hub goes offline and I can't work my lights. Leaving me in the dark, literally and figuratively.
I plug the Satechi hub back into my MacBook Pro and my Drobo comes back online, as does my Philips Hue system. WIERD. For days I assumed it was something about my Macbook Pro and the Orbi router causing issues with the Drobo and Hue when hardwired.
While troubleshooting, with my laptop on WIFI and the Drobo and Hue missing in action, I unplugged the ethernet cable from the Satechi USB hub. The hub wasn't connected to anything, just had the ethernet cable connected. I wanted the cable to test something else.
The moment I unplugged the ethernet cable from the Satechi hub (which was the only thing the hub was connected to) the Hue system came online, and so did my lights, and my Drobo NAS... I plugged the ethernet cable back into the Satechi hub and they went offline again.
So - I have no idea what this thing was doing to my network, but I shipped it back to Amazon for a refund ASAP.
Top reviews from other countries
Built well, would be better if it had some 'micro feet' or stand-offs under the case to prevent it's surface getting potential scratched on a work surface.
It’s also a perfect colour match for the space grey MacBook.
I used the adapter for about a day, working perfectly fine & used it on the go with my backpack in uni. the day after it broke. The cable which is attached to the hub itself was clearly faulty or badly designed because it was like having a dodgy iPhone cable every time you plugged it in. This was exceptionally annoying so I promptly sent it back. I will add that they refunded me the full amount for the product and it was an exceptionally painless process.
Just on an extra side-note: The product was well made, the product itself did feel premium & solid, with an almost entirely metal construction. so I don't have any issue with the hub sections build quality what so ever. just the attached connection cable with definitely needs improving.
I personally cannot see how I could recommend this product to a friend as of now. If I do ever purchase a satechi product in the future I am prepared to give it another try.