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USB-C Power Meter Helps You Spot Counterfeit Accessories Before They Fry Your Gadgets

The promise of USB-C is great: One cable to connect all of your devices, laptops, tablets, smartphone. Unfortunately it comes with the big caveat that you might end up damaging your gear if you cheap out on a USB-C cable. But Satechi’s new Type-C Power Meter makes it easy to tell if your USB-C gadgets are at risk of getting fried, or under-powered, by a sketchy accessory. Read More >>

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Here’s the Tiny USB-C Card Reader Your 12-Inch MacBook Desperately Needs

One of the less publicised themes of CES 2016 appears to be ‘ways to fix the 12-inch MacBook’. Not only the laptop come with just a single USB-C port, there’s also no memory card slot. So if you’re a photographer constantly transferring shots, you’ll want Satechi’s tiny new USB-C card reader always close at hand. Read More >>

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A Pass-Through Charging Port Makes Satechi’s USB-C Expansion Dock Even Better

Back in October we praised Satechi for remedying the 12-inch MacBook’s shortcomings with a slim USB-C dock that expanded the laptop’s connectivity options. We also lamented the dock’s lack of a pass-through USB-C charging port, which Satechi has thankfully already fixed. Read More >>

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Fix Your iMac By Adding Four USB Ports To the Front Where They Should Be

For every ten steps forward that Apple's designers make in terms of improved usability for the company's products, they still always manage to take a couple steps back. The world may never fully know why the USB ports are hidden away out-of-reach on the back of an iMac, but companies like Satechi are working hard to remedy that problem with products like this front-facing clamp-on hub. Read More >>

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This Shelf Puts Your iMac at Eye Level and Its USB Ports in Easy Reach

In an effort to keep its iMac looking as sleek as possible, Apple has tucked away its USB ports on the back of the computer, which often makes it a huge pain when you're trying to plug something in blindly – alas that wireless workspace is a dream that just isn't here yet. Read More >>

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Turn Any Empty Bottle Into a USB-Powered LED Touch Lamp

Got £16.50, a desperate desire to re-use garbage, and questionable taste? With Satechi's new Touch USB LED lamp you can transform an empty soda bottle, wine bottle, even a water bottle into a warm desktop companion free of pesky switches. Read More >>