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Kingston's 7-in-1 USB-C hub saves your MacBook from the dongle life

$80 for better cable management.
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As sleek and powerful as Apple's latest MacBooks are, one of their shortcomings is the lack of ports and slots, like an SD card reader. And while that's easily fixable with a dongle, things can get tricky if you simultaneously want to charge your computer or pair it with your TV with an HDMI cable. With that in mind, today Kingston launched its 7-in-1 USB Type-C hub, the Nucleum, which aims to save you from having to live the #donglelife. The device has two USB-C ports (one for power, the other for data), HDMI and a couple USB-As as well as SD and microSD card slots.

Naturally, since the product is being geared toward newer MacBook owners, it sports a silver finish that'll match your Apple laptop. It'll definitely come in handy for many people, so if you're one of those, you can get it now from Kingston's site for $80.

Gallery: Kingston's 7-in-1 USB-C hub | 4 Photos

Jessica Conditt contributed to this report.

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