If you want to truly take advantage of your iPad and/or MacBook’s many talents, you probably need a dock. You can add a very versatile tool to your computing arsenal with this limited-time discount on 13-in-1 docking station.
The USB-C hub is a dongle-killer — and it’s currently available for only $59.99 (regularly $70).
From phones and earbuds to laptops and tablets, we’re pretty reliant on our gadgets. While we can accomplish plenty with these devices, they can be limited by the number of ports they offer, and you won’t get far without a consistent power source. Normally $70, this MacBook and iPad-compatible charging station is just $59.99 during our Every Friday is Black Friday event.
If your laptop or tablet doesn’t have the ports you need, a multi-port USB-C hub can put an end to your connectivity problems. And if you’re looking for one at a reasonable price, this model by Tech Zebra is just $49.99 (regularly $70) during our Deal Days sale.
This limited-time discount is part of our Deal Days event, our answer to Prime Day, and it’s your chance to find incredible bargains on gadgets, apps and subscriptions. You can explore the full collection right here, but you’ll have to hurry. This sale only runs through October 12.
Why settle for a boring charging stand that is so big it becomes a permanent fixture on your desk or nightstand? This fast, space-saving charging station looks like something out Tron. It juices up three Apple devices at once, and folds flat so you can take it on the road easily.
The Charge & Fold 3-in-1 Docking Station will charge your iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods simultaneously. And while similar multi-device chargers can cost a fortune, this one’s on sale for just $35.99 (regularly $119).
The compact new Dell Dual Charge Dock is the first laptop docking station to offer a Qi-standard wireless charging stand for smartphones and smart headphones, the company said. And it supports dual 4K monitors, making it a solid choice for home and hybrid offices.
The new Plugable UD-3900C universal docking station is a reasonably priced means of “hot-desking” with Macs and PCs. That allows hybrid workers to easily connect and get right back on the job when they come back to the office, even if they always use a different desk.
Redditor Parmg100 runs his M1 MacBook Pro with enough displays to make most Mac owners do a doubletake. He said he manages to connect five displays, including two ultrawide monitors. Naturally, Redditors showed some curiosity about how he does it, given the MacBook Pro’s limitation on connecting external displays.