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Pavel Prokopev

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EZQuest Hub By Ric Getter The new MacBook Airs pack a remarkable amount of power into a thin, light, go-anywhere case. The M1 chip give it desktop-class performance. Unfortunately, with its two USB-C ports, one thing you don’t get is a lot of connectivity, which can be a big drawback when your work involves a quantity of desktop-style accessories like keyboard, monitor, mouse, gigabit Ethernet and so on. Luckily, USB-C is extraordinarily versatile, powerful (quite literally) and fast. It supports video, networking, storage, charging and power. EZQuest has just released a thin, light, go-anywhere companion for your port-deprived laptop that has as much connectivity as you’ll ever need and at a best-of-class price. The EZQuest USB-C Multimedia Hub Adapter 8 Ports with Power Delivery 3.0 has all those bases covered with a device that’s ideal for Apple’s M1 laptop users who need a lot of expandability when they’re either at home or on the road. We had a chance to check one out. Built for the Road The EZQuest Hub is packaged in a durable anodized aluminum case that’s about halfway between Space Gray and Silver. It’s a pocket-sized 4x2 inches (10.5x5 cm), a little narrower than a Magic Mouse. A hardwired heavy-duty 6-inch (15 cm) cable provides the connection to the computer. Along the other three edges are all the ports that MacBook users will need for the media apps that run so well on everything M1.

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