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If you use an Apple iMac (2017 to 2020) or the Apple iMac Pro (2017), you may be missing a few connections. With the Satechi USB-C hub you can change that to save space. Not only does the junction box for the Thunderbolt 3 connection on the Apple computer come with three USB-A, one USB-C and card reader for SD and microSD, it can also be attached to the underside of the computer. The Satechi USB-C hub does not take up any space on the desk and offers you convenient forward-facing connections. At Amazon you can order it with Prime Shipping and use it quickly.
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Satechi is a well-known manufacturer of accessories that offers several dongles, docks and hubs for various types of Apple computers. The iMac and iMac Pro hub shown, which you can order in silver and space gray, offer several advantages. It only occupies one Thunderbolt 3 port on the computer, has six different slots and can also be attached under the screen using a clip mechanism. You get these connections:
The product page of the Satechi USB-C hub for the Apple iMac and iMac Pro shows that it is only compatible with models from 2017 to 2019. Since the update from 2020 does not differ in the dimensions of the predecessor, the hub can certainly also be used on this model. The M1-iMac from 2021 has different dimensions, which is why using it should work with regard to the connection, but the clamping mechanism will not hold. Are you looking for a USB-C hub for the M1-iMac from 2021, then take a look at the Satechi Shop on Amazon - There you will find suitable offers with Prime Shipping.
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