|Get MacBook Pro-like ports back|
|USB port||USB3.0 type A x3ports|
|HDMI output||Up to 4K2K, 30FPS|
|USB-C power in||Up to PD profile 4, 20V/3A power input|
|SD Slot||SD 4.0 , Read/Write up to 312MB/Sec|
|MultiPort Fast Charging (*)|
Laptop Power on x1 USB-A fast charging, up to 5V/1.5A
Laptop Power off x3 USB-A fast charging. 5V/1A x2, 5V/2.4A x1
* The new MacBook is fast charging at the same time
|The most portable USB-C multiport adapter ever|
2.95" (L) x 1.57" (W) x 0.86" (H) inch
75 (L) x 40 (W) x 12 (H) mm
In 2008, Apple introduced the thinnest laptop ever, MacBook Air. This year, Apple presented a new MacBook that’s even thinner, lighter, and quieter and has only one USB-C port.
Why USB-C? The USB-C connector integrates power, video and USB data in a single connector and cable. It delivers up to 100W power through this cable, keeping all video and USB data together in one connector and one cable. It’s so tiny, it can easily fit into an iPhone. USB-C is the future for the laptop, tablet and smartphone. One connector does it all.
As the laptop gets thinner and lighter, it starts to eliminate I/O ports like Ethernet, VGA, followed by the HDMI, SD slot and USB-A. This is removing the ability to use even the most basic computer peripherals. We designed OLink with all of these issues in mind.