If you have a MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air that has been released recently, there’s no question that you love how sleek and slim it is. It’s still a wonder how Apple can pack all that power and performance into such a tiny space. But there’s also no question that you’re just as annoyed as everyone else that Apple had to ditch all of its standard ports and switch to USB-C only in order to keep its MacBooks so slim. Thankfully, there’s an easy way to add all those missing ports back and it’ll only cost you $29. Check out the MOKiN USB C HDMI Adapter for MacBook on Amazon. It includes a 4K HDMI port, two USB 3.0 ports, a standard SD card slot, and a microSD card slot — and it only takes up one USB-C port on your laptop!

Here’s what you need to know from the product page:

  • USB-C Hub (5-in-1): Extend one 4K UHD HDMI port, two supper speed USB 3.0 ports, one SD menmory card slot and one TF momory card slot from one USB-C/thunderbolt 3/ type c port
  • 4K Video USB-C To HDMI Adapter: Mirror or extend your screen with USB C Hub HDMI port and directly stream 4K UHD @ 30Hz or Full HD 1080p video to HDTV, monitor or projector
  • Super Speed USB 3.0 Ports(At Full-Speed): Allow you to connect keyboard, mouse, hard drive,etc to MacBook Pro,Up to 5Gbps data transmission speed, down compatible with USB A 2.0 and below. Because HDD/SDD needs more power, so this adapter only allow connect 1 HDD/SSD and this adapter won’t support Apple USB Super Drive.
  • Convinient USB-C To Card reader for USB-C/Type-C/Thunderbolt 3 devices to access files from SD/TF card reader, perfect for Photographer or designer,etc
  • Aluminiun Case Design(Silver), Perfect for New laptops with USB-C Port, such as 2017 Macbook Pro,2015/2016 Retain 12 inch Macbook, Dell XPS 13, HP Spetre X2, etc.

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