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Canyon7-in-1 Multiport Docking Station for MacBook (Model: DS-5)


Retail: R800

Expand your MacBook experience by adding all needed ports in one stylish aluminium hub with seven interfaces. Designed specifically for USB-C equipped MacBooks, this hub lets you get things done faster and more conveniently and lets you connect two monitors to your computer at once. 

The hub has built-in SD and TF card readers. A USB 2.0 port will ensure connectivity and data speed up to 480 Mbps, and USB 3.0 - up to 5 Gbps. 2 HDMI ports (4K at 30Hz, Full HD 1080P at 60Hz) allow to connect monitors, and USB Type C enables fast charging from the power socket. The hub is plug-and-play, it does not require any software to operate. An important feature is its hot-swap connection switching mode. In addition, the design of this multiport hub matches Apple-style aesthetics, as it is fully compatible with all up-to-date devices.

Product Features
  • Fully aluminium housing
  • USB Type-C with charging power up to 100W
  • 1 USB 3.0 port, 5 Gbps
  • 1 USB 2.0 port, 480 Mbps
  • 2 x HDMI: 4K at 30 Hz or Full HD 1080P at 60 Hz
  • TF, SD card readers
  • Plug and play
  • Hot swap mode
  • Simultaneous connection of 2 monitors
  • Apple design aesthetics and full compatibility with up-to-date MacBooks
Product Specifications 
  • External Colour: Space Gray
  • Provides Ports: USB 2.0; USB; HDMI; USB 3.0
  • Included Accessories: Quick Start Guide
  • Interface: USB Type C
  • Built-in Devices: Card Reader
  • Parent Products: MacBook Air; MacBook Pro; MacBook
  • Interface Provided
    • USB 2.0: 1 (4-pin USB (type A))
    • USB 3.0: 1 (USB 3.0 (Type A))
    • HDMI: 2 (HDMI (Type A))
    • USB: 1 (USB Type-C)
  • Dimensions: 42 x 11 x 104mm (W x H x D)
  • Nominal Weight: 0.046 kg
  • Warranty: 24 months

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