With the 2015 MacBook, Apple designers went all-in on the new USB-C standard, adding only a single USB-C port. But the current scarcity of purpose-built USB-C peripherals has users scrambling for adapter cables to connect existing USB 2.0 and 3.0 devices to their new computers.
Today Plugable gives everyone with a USB-C system two new options: the market’s first USB-C flash card reader, along with a USB-C version of its popular E1000 Gigagbit USB-Ethernet adapter. Since both devices plug directly into USB-C, these devices allow users to access flash cards or the network without hassling with expensive and potentially unreliable adapter cables.
Both devices conform to the USB 3.1 Gen 1 specification to transfer data at up to 5Gbps over the tiny USB-C connector. Besides the new 2015 MacBook, they work out of the box with the USB-C equipped Chromebook Pixel (2), along with other soon-to-be-released computers that will feature the new USB-C ports.
The handy USBC-FLASH3 card reader lets users grab images from flash-card-using cameras directly into Photoshop or other imaging software at much faster speeds than a USB 2.0 reader or a WiFi connection to the camera. This is especially useful to photographers who take a lot of photos. The reader also shines in other scenarios where quick transfers from flash card to computer are essential.
The USBC-E1000 Gigabit Ethernet adapter frees WiFi-only MacBook and Chromebook from their reliance on WiFi and provides a stable and reliable wired Ethernet connections near Gigabit speeds.
Both devices are backed by Plugable’s highly rated customer service team in Seattle (USA). Email email@example.com to reach us anytime.
At Plugable, we are really excited by these two new products and hope you are too! We would love to hear from you. Feel free to comment or questions below. Thanks for going out of the way for Plugable products!
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