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Satechi Drops the Pro Hub Slim for the M2 MacBook

Satechi Drops the Pro Hub Slim for the M2 MacBook

Satechi, an accessories manufacturer, has just released the Pro Hub Slim, which is designed to help improve connectivity for the M2 MacBooks. The Pro Hub Slim connects to the computer via two USB-C outputs and features a USB4 port, 4K HDMI port, USB-A data ports, as well as SD and microSD card slots. The device is available in Midnight, Space Grey or Silver for $79.99.

In other news, New York City Mayer Eric Adams has outlined a plan requiring all vehicles from major ridesharing companies to be fully electric by 2030. The burden of implementing the requirement will fall on the shoulders of the companies themselves, which has raised potential accessibility concerns. At the moment, the average price for a new EV comes in at $66,000, making it a relatively high barrier of entry for drivers.

Lastly, Samsung is set to hold an Unpacked event on February first where the company is expected to unveil its new Galaxy S23 smartphone. According to leaked information on the device, the Galaxy S23 will feature the ISOCELL HP2, a 200-mega pixel camera sensor that can shoot photos and videos in 8K.


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