This week, we are giving away two tiny but mighty USB-C hubs from Vava worth $75 each.
The Vava five-port hub turns your MacBook’s two puny USB-C ports into five powerful ports, allowing you to connect two 5K external monitors to your MacBook Pro or Air. You also can hook up external hard drives, printers, memory sticks and more, making you more productive and connected.
If you’d like your shot at winning one, be sure to enter this week’s giveaway below.
Vava USB-C hub for MacBook Pro and MacBook Air
The Vava five-port hub features:
- 1 x versatile port (Thunderbolt 3 compatible)
- 1 x USB-C port
- 1 x HDMI port
- 2 x USB-A ports
The hub snaps directly into the MacBook’s two USB-C ports, where it’s held firmly and securely. There are no fiddly cables to deal with. And data transfer is wicked fast.
Red Dot-winning design
It looks great, too. The Vava USB-C hub boasts the same slick aluminum finish as the MacBook and is the same width as the laptop. It looks like Jony Ive’s elves designed it themselves!
“It is beautiful and works fantastic. Definitely recommend,” wrote one happy customer in a five-star Amazon review.
The Vava five-port hub was designed for maximum portability. It is light and unobtrusive, measuring just 0.33 inches x 3.79 inches x 0.89 inches. It weighs just 2.08 ounces.
Established in 2015, Vava makes a variety of products, from MacBook peripherals to baby monitors, projectors and security cameras. In 2016, the company won a prestigious Red Dot design award for the Vava Voom Bluetooth speaker.
The Vava five-port hub is compatible with:
- MacBook Air 2018/2019/2020
- MacBook Pro 2016/2017/2018/2019/2020
Enter to win
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Note: Contest open to residents of the United States only. Contest ends at 11:59 p.m. PST on May 23, 2021. See Terms & Conditions for more information about the giveaway.
We originally published this post on May 17, 2021.