The new MacBook Pro comes with two or four Thunderbolt 3 external ports（13 inch two ports and 15 inch four ports）,delivering up to 40Gb/s of throughput for twice the bandwidth of Thunderbolt 2. However, due to the inclusiveness of Thunderbolt 3, which is compatible with USB-C only, you are likely to meet barriers between other devices and your laptop. Thus, how do you connect these devices? Use adapter.
The Choetech adaptor has a HDMI output, USB-C and a USB 3.1 port (USB 3.1 is backward-compatible with USB 2.0 & 3.0). This makes the adapter useful for connecting a USB and USB-C device to your MacBook, but also allows you to output video to an external monitor or television.
You may find the inconvenience of USB-C port for its incompatibility with many USB-A devices; hence the little Nonda adapter comes into use. This cute little adapter is simply to allow you to plug in one standard USB device or cable at a time, great for charging, syncing your iPhone or using a USB stick.
There is no ethernet port in MacBook Pro and if you want to connect to the internet you’ll probably have to use Wi-Fi. However, if Wi-fi is not available, you may come intothe deadlock. And that’s why you need an ethernet adapter.
Many printers nowadays have wireless support, so there’s no need for a cable. But when you meet up with an older printer, or you find wireless printing unreliable, you will find it important. It’s a squarish connector that suit for most consumer printers with USB-B port, much different from USB-A or USB-C.
If you use a DLSR or other type of stand-alone camera, it might allow you to transfer your files wirelessly. If not, you need an adapter to access the SD card.
To find an adapter for every device you have causes great budget and all the various adapters are likely to be in a mess when you carry them out. Your best bet is to get a combination dock, like the Satechi Slim Aluminum Type-C Multi-Port Adapter. It connects to the MacBook Pro via USB-C, and includes a USB-C pass-through port, two USB 3.0 ports, and an HDMI port with 4K (30Hz) support. With this, you will get out of the headache for carrying around multiple adapters.
That’s all the recommendations for Apple MacBook Pro adapter. Since different people have unique needs, you can choose them selectively. But make sure that they are compatible with your devices.
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