MacBook Adapter: Which one do you need?


One of the most interesting features of MacBooks is that they are thin and light. A little more than a centimeter thick, a MacBook incorporates the most advanced technologies of processor, screen, etc.

This is also reflected in the connections they bring. The latest MacBook models feature the USB-C connection. A modern, fast and reversible connection. However, you may have accessories from your old MacBook that cannot be connected directly. You are lucky. We have made a collection of USB ethernet adapters for your MacBook.

Adapter for MacBook with USB-C:

USB-C has two very clear advantages: The first one is that it is reversible, so you can connect it from either side. The second advantage is its versatility: through the same connector, you can charge the MacBook, connect a hard disk, project the content to a screen. For these last functions, an adapter for MacBook is necessary. There are many types, here we summarize the most useful ones.

MacBook to USB adapter:

Your new MacBook has USB-C ports. What to do if you have a hard drive, an iPhone cable, or a traditional USB Pendrive? There are many types of USB-C to USB adapters so you can connect everything you had from before without any problem.

MacBook to HDMI adapter:

Surely one day you will work with your MacBook connected to an external screen or a projector. To do this, you need a MacBook to HDMI adapter. In this way, on the one hand, you will connect the adapter to your Mac through the USB port, and on the other hand, you will have an HDMI output to share your screen. In addition, the adapters with HDMI connection also incorporate a traditional USB port to be able to connect a PenDrive or hard disk without a problem.

MacBook to VGA adapter:

Do you have a screen or projector with a VGA input? There is also a MacBook to VGA adapter. You just need to connect and that is done! you can already see your screen.

MacBook to SD card adapter:

If you like photography, something essential is to connect the SD card of your camera to the MacBook. For this task, you need a MacBook to SD card MacBook hub. With it, you can work with your photos and move files quickly, comfortably, and safely.

MacBook to Ethernet adapter:

Generally, we are always connected to the internet by Wi-Fi. However, it may be that in a hotel, work, or even conference, you need to connect your MacBook to the internet by cable. For this, there is an adapter for MacBook to USB ethernet. On one side you have the USB-C output and on the other end, you can connect a cable with an Ethernet header.

Multiport HUB Adapter for MacBook:

You have already seen that there are many options of MacBook hub to connect all your accessories to your MacBook. The smartest thing is to have all your connections on one device. For this, there is the multiport HUB adapter for MacBook. There are many types with various connections available, depending on your needs.

Ready to use your MacBook with all your accessories? With these adapters, you will surely enjoy them much more. You have them available in our store, and of course, on our website

What is a docking station?

A docking station or port replicator is a device or accessory used to turn a laptop into a desktop computer. This device is intended to remain on the desktop along with the rest of the peripherals that normally accompany a desktop CPU. It offers all the connectivity and functions of a desktop computer and allows the permanent connection of certain peripherals and devices such as screen, mouse, keyboard, power cable, etc.

Characteristics that usually include:

– Full port replication, including USB 2.0 / 3.0 ports

– Direct Ethernet and Modem Out

– PS / 2 ports for keyboard and mouse

– Serial and parallel connectors

– S-Video, VGA, DVI and/or Display Port and audio I / O ports

– Includes smart AC adapter

Advantages of using a docking station:

More and more users report to the IT Service the inconvenience caused by working with several computers at the same time (a fixed desktop computer and one or more laptops), such as having to make backup copies on several computers. The difficulty in synchronizing user information on each of the computers, not being able to comfortably have the email profile on all of them, the need to replicate application software on all the computers where they work, etc.

For this reason, users increasingly demand to be able to work with the comfort of a desktop environment (larger screen, keyboard, and more ergonomic mice than those provided by laptops) and the mobility that a laptop offers them, increasing the number of teachers who choose this option of MacBook hub. you can explore a wide range of accessories including a MacBook screen protector.