The Anker 5-in-1 makes up for most of the latest Macbook models’ deficiencies with three third-generation USB-A ports and an Ethernet port. Meanwhile, its HDMI output allows screen mirroring and extension in a number of resolutions up to 4K at 30Hz.
- High transfer speeds
- Durable aluminum casing
- Doesn't provide quick charging
Sabrent Multi-Port Hub
Designed specifically for the iMac range, the Sabrent Multi-Port Hub sits neatly below the display, with all its ports quickly and easily accessible from the front. This is especially useful where space is limited, and when cabling restricts movement.
- High-speed usb-c port
- Two sd card reader slots
- Plastic construction
The dependable Anker PowerExpand+ provides a great deal of connectivity and can pass through just enough electricity to accommodate the most efficient versions of Apple’s popular notebook PC. Its HDMI port is capable of a 4K resolution at 30 hertz or 1080p at 60.
- Gigabit ethernet jack
- Relatively compact
- Not ideal for the macbook pro
TBI Pro C12
The TBI Pro C12 delivers more connectivity options than most passive models, including four Type-A ports, a Mini DisplayPort, and a Type-C power passthrough. It’s slightly angled with nonslip feet, and you can put your laptop on top of it, so it takes up no space.
- Standard headphones jack
- Vga output for legacy devices
- Relatively costly
Siig JU Series
No matter your needs, one of the Siig JU Series should satisfy them, whether you’re using a high-speed Thunderbolt 3 connector or the more common USB 3.0. It offers Power Delivery charging, as well as support for up to three monitors, thanks to a DisplayLink video chipset.
- Capable of an ultra hd output
- Separate mic and headphones jacks
- Requires external power
The slim profile of the Sanho HyperDrive is designed to act as an extension of a Macbook Pro. It provides two USB 3.1 Type-A, one USB Type-C, and one HDMI port for peripherals, as well as a single Thunderbolt 3 passthrough and two SD card readers.
- Magnetic grip for secure connection
- Optional flexible connector
- No ethernet functionality
Any Thunderbolt 3-enabled Mac or Windows system can benefit from the performance-enhancing Plugable TBT3-UD1-85W . With nine ports of connectivity, you can link two high definition displays, USB-A and -C devices, and Gigabit Ethernet networks.
- Charges laptops at 85 watts
- High-definition video output
- Only two usb-a ports
Perfect for the latest round of MacBooks, the Vava UC010 provides plenty of expansion using a single Type-C connector. It offers separate full-size and microSD card readers, an Ethernet jack, and 100 watts of Power Delivery to keep everything charged.
- 5-gigabit-per-second transfer speeds
- Durable aluminum body
- 18-month warranty
Belkin Thunderbolt 3 Dock Pro
True to its name, the Belkin Thunderbolt 3 Dock Pro has two of its eponymous ports, with one providing 85-watt upstream charging. It supports dual high-resolution displays simultaneously at 60 hertz and boasts transfer speeds of up to 40 gigabits per second.
- Five usb-a ports
- Gigabit ethernet connectivity
- 29-inch connector cable
If you’re the owner of an Apple notebook computer made in the last few years, you’ll appreciate the Purgo TC401 , as it’s designed to fit flush on the side of your device and provide extensive functionality without the need for cumbersome wires.
- Supports dual 4k displays
- Full-speed charging
- Two type-a ports