I honestly don’t think I could survive without the HyperShop 12-port USB-C Docking Station as it helps me connect monitors, hard drives, Ethernet, audio, and more while only using a single USB-C port on my MacBook Pro. There are many things to like about this USB-C docking station and hub. For starters, there is nothing you need to do to “set it up” when using with a Mac. Just plug in your Mac’s USB-C PD/power supply into the HyperDrive hub and then connect the built-in USB-C PD cord to your Mac and that is it! Then simply connect all of the peripherals and devices you need.
There is no need to install any additional software or drivers on the Mac. I have a single, 4K monitor directly connected to the hub and it extends my Mac’s desktop. Also, I have two USB-A external hard drives directly attached and taking advantage of the faster USB-A 3.0 speeds. And this hub does not heat up, even with multiple devices connected to it. It is a great all-in-one docking solution using USB-C as the primary connection.
Note: the Amazon link below is for the 18-Port version. Please see the full review for other links to the 12-Port version.
I honestly don’t think I could survive without the HyperShop 12-port USB-C Docking Station as it helps me connect monitors, hard drives, Ethernet, audio, and more while only using a single USB-C port on my MacBook Pro.
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