Owners of the new MacBook that need an easy and convenient way to add extra USB-A ports for the connection of extra peripherals might find a new MacHub worth more investigation.
MacHub has been created George Prokopenko based on the Palm Coast in the US, and provides a unique hub for the new MacBook that launched earlier this month and is now available to purchase from Apple stores.
To re-cap the latest new MacBook from Apple is the thinnest notebook to date and is equipped with with just one port, a USB-C which is used for charging and also connecting external devices.
The new Apple MacBook is fitted with a 12 inch Retina display offering a resolution of 2304 x 1440 pixels and is powered by a choice of a 1.1GHz or 1.3GHz Intel Core M processors. As well as options to install up to 8GB of RAM and include a choice of either 256GB or 512GB solid state disk (SSD) drives. Apple has launch the new MacBook in the same colours as the latest iPhone and iPad tablets, and include, space gray, gold and silver.
For more information on the new MacBook jump over to the Apple website for details. For more details on the MacHub jump over to the Kickstarter website where it is available to pledge for from $40.