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Hyper’s new USB-C hubs attach directly to MacBook Pro’s power adapter

Hyper is announcing a new USB-C Hub that connects directly to a MacBook or MacBook Pro’s power adapter to add two USB 3.0 ports while maintaining a USB-C port for continuing to charge your Mac simultaneously. That effectively turns your MacBook’s charger into a portable USB-C travel charger for charging your iPhones, iPads, cameras and other devices and for many will eliminate the need to carry multiple adapters or hubs. The USB 3.0 ports also allow you to connect USB flash/hard drives and other USB peripherals to the USB-C MacBook Pro.

For a limited time, you can get 25% off the new HyperDrive USB-C Hub for the 15″ MacBook Pro 87W Power Adapter or the 13″ MacBook Pro 61W Power Adapter

HyperDrive USB-C Hub for 15″ MacBook Pro 87W Power Adapter $39 (Reg. $49)

On the model for the 87W 15″ MacBook Pro Power Adapter, you’ll get 12.5W Max on the dual USB-A ports while also getting up to 82W Max on the USB-C port simultaneously. That means you can continue to charge the MacBook Pro at almost full speed while also getting a fast charge for your other devices!

HyperDrive USB-C Hub for 13″ MacBook Pro 61W Power Adapter $29 (Reg. $39)

Hyper makes a separate model for the 13″ MacBook Pro’s 61W power adapter and it provides 58W Max via the USB-C port while providing 12.5W Max on the dual USB-A ports.

HyperJuice 87W Dual USB-C Charger with QC 3.0 USB-A $59 (Reg. $79)

Also check out the company’s new 87W Dual USB-C charger that also includes a QuickCharge 3.0 USB-A port. With dual USB-C ports and one USB-A 3.0 port, this new HyperJuice allows you to fast charge the MacBook Pro, iPad and iPhone simultaneously. It utilizes the NXP chipset with the latest USB-C Power Delivery PD 3.0 & Qualcomm QC 4.0 technology which for you means an ultra-slim form factor and the fastest charging possible for all of your devices.

HyperDrive Dual USB-C hub for MacBook Charger

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