Expand your MacBook’s capabilities with this hub

The HomeSpot USB-C Hubs for MacBook Pro adds much-needed ports to the slimmest MacBook

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December 10, 2018 5:01PM (UTC)
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If someone on your gift list was lucky enough to snag a newer MacBook Pro this year, they’ve probably noticed that the design-forward company left a few things off their more recent laptops. Eschewing built-in ports for a slimmer silhouette might make for a slicker computer, but if you’re going to make the most of your laptop you’ll need some of those ports back. The HomeSpot USB-C Hub for MacBook Pro is the perfect stocking stuffers for the Mac fans on your gift list.

The HomeSpot Hub is compatible with USB-C MacBook Pros from 2016-2017. This single hub adds a dedicated Thunderbolt 3 port, two USB-C and USB-A ports, and SD and micro SD slots, adding a full range of functions back into newer MacBook Pros. There’s a 5K video out port for presenting crystal-clear images on the big screen, and with 40GBps power delivery your file transfers, streaming videos and more will never drag or hang up.


You’d typically spend $159.99 to add a HomeSpot USB-C Hub for MacBook Pro to your laptop, but right now you can gift this hub to MacBook Pro users for only $54.99 (65%). Entering the code GREENMONDAY20 will save you an extra 20% at checkout — and if you want to buy something else in the Salon Marketplace instead, that coupon code works on every item in the store.


HomeSpot USB-C Hubs for MacBook Pro - $54.99

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