The problem with Apple’s iMac is the design. There’s nothing wrong with the way it looks, but rather the functionality of having ports at the back. This makes it rather awkward and sometimes difficult to access, especially if it’s an accessory that you will take in and out quite often. This was a problem that persisted with the old iMac, and continues with the new M1 model.

However, the good news is that Satechi is here to save the day. The company has launched a new USB-C hub that can clamp to the chin of your iMac. This hub will then connect to the back of your iMac’s USB-C port, and in turn will give you access to several useful ports that you can now access from the front.

Satechi is actually no stranger to this accessory, but it looks like the hub has since been updated with a new look. The hub will offer users access to three USB-A ports, one USB-C port, and also memory card readers, which is perfect if you’re a photographer or videographer looking to quickly transfer files from their equipment to their computers.

If this sounds like something you think you could use, then head on over to Satechi’s website for the details. The USB-C clamp hub is sold at $55 but the company is offering a 15% discount if you use the discount code on its website.

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