Satechi Launches USB-C Multiport 8K Adapter

Accessory maker Satechi today announced the launch of a new USB-C adapter that's designed to work with Apple's products, including the new MacBook Air. The USB-C Multiport Adapter 8K with Ethernet V3 includes four USB-C ports, an 8K HDMI 2.1 port, an Ethernet port, a UHS-II SD card slot, and support for passthrough charging.

satechi multiport adapter
According to Satechi, the Multiport Adapter offers display options that include 8K/30Hz, 4K/120Hz, 2K/144Hz, and 1080p/240Hz. Three of the USB-C data ports support USB 3.2 Gen 2 transfer speeds of up to 10Gb/s, while one offers 5Gb/s.

For Macs, up to 85W passthrough charging is available, which can power either the ‌MacBook Air‌ or the MacBook Pro. Satechi is offering the new Multiport Adapter in space gray, silver, and midnight, matching Apple's color options, and it is made from aluminum.

The USB-C Multiport Adapter 8K can be purchased from the Satechi website for $99.99.

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coffeemilktea Avatar
14 weeks ago
Now if only I had an 8K display and some 8K cat videos... imagine being able to see every tiny chin hair in super high resolution. ?
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
AdriftAtlas Avatar
14 weeks ago
For $100 I'd expect this to be a USB4 hub with 2.5G Ethernet.
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Jim Lahey Avatar
14 weeks ago
No detachable host cable = no sale. These types of devices are always a million times more useful when you can use your own suitable-spec link cable of your chosen length.
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ignatius345 Avatar
14 weeks ago
I love it that we are finally seeing adapters that give you multiple USB-C ports. It drove me a little crazy when I bought my iMac M1 and could only find adapters with a bunch of USB-A ports, which are supposedly being phased out.
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northernmunky Avatar
14 weeks ago

8K @ 30Hz
As it happens I do have an 8K TV set, but 30hz is unusable!
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rkdiddy Avatar
14 weeks ago

No detachable host cable = no sale. These types of devices are always a million times more useful when you can use your own suitable-spec link cable of your chosen length.
I was just about to write the same thing. Why in the world would they put a shortly input cable. So strange. I have an adapter under my desk, so I can run everything into it and one cord up the side of my desk and to my MBP.
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