Not many people use bare drives anymore, but for those who do, having a solid drive dock is crucial. Check out our review of the OWC USB-C Drive Dock, a dual-bay high performance drive dock for 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch SSDs and HDDs.
USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 may be the future, but there are still plenty of devices that require USB Type-A. Instead of trying to remember to bring a USB-C hub or adapter with you every time, why not use a hub that attaches directly to your MacBook Pro power adapter? That’s the beauty of the DockCase P1 line of USB-C adapters. Check out our review.
If you have a new laptop with USB-C ports, and especially if your laptop has only USB-C ports, you probably need an adapter or dock to provide connections to your non-USB-C devices. Today we’re taking a look at a functional and affordable USB-C hub that offers good port selection and the option to charge your laptop.
With the release of USB-C this year, the new tiny and versatile connector seemed destined to take over the I/O market for the next generation of devices. But don’t count Thunderbolt out just yet, as specs for the new Thunderbolt 3 reveal that the technology is aiming to offer the best of USB-C paired with improvements in bandwidth, power, and device compatibility.
With the announcement of the new 12-inch MacBook and the introduction of USB-C, many Apple fans are wondering about the versatility and cost of using the new computer’s single USB-C port. Apple has listed a few adapters, but prices remain in flux. Today, Belkin added some clarity to the forthcoming USB-C market with the announcement of several USB-C cables and adapters.