CES 2022 Recap

CES, the largest tech conference of the year, is an opportune time for our team here at Satechi to debut exciting upcoming launches to the world. So, of course, we wouldn’t miss it. Unlike last year’s CES which took place digitally due to the pandemic, this year we were able to fly out to Las Vegas and be there in person to make our mark. 

DAY 1 

We started CES with a bang on the first day, unveiling two products that are the perfect companions to Apple’s latest MacBooks – the Pro Hub Max and USB4 Multiport Adapter with 8K HDMI.

PRO HUB MAX 
Pro Hub Max

The Satechi Pro Hub Max is designed to expand the number of ports available on your 2021 M1 Pro or M1 Max MacBook. It provides a variety of ports, including a fully functional USB-C PD port, 4K HDMI output, Gigabit Ethernet, USB-C data, USB-A data, micro/SD card readers, and an audio jack port.  

With the Pro Hub Max, we can guarantee that you will always be working at your very best. After all, it gives you every port you could ever need. And, of course, you can expect the modern, sleek aesthetic Satechi is known for thanks to the Pro Hub Max’s aluminum finish and dual USB-C connector.  

The Pro Hub Max will be available next month. Sign up through this link to receive an email alert once it becomes available for purchase.

USB4 Multiport Adapter with 8K HDMI
USB4 Multiport Adapter

We want to help you create the most efficient workspace possible, and our new Satechi USB4 Multiport Adapter with 8K HDMI is the key. The new USB-4 Adapter is compatible with not only the latest MacBook Pros but also a plethora of other devices, including MacBook Pros from 2016 and on, the 2018 and 2021 MacBook Airs, the Mac mini M1, and many more USB-C devices.  

It features next-gen USB4 protocols for advanced bandwidth management and data transfer, stunning 8K HDMI display, fast 10 Gbps USB-A data ports, Gigabit Ethernet, 100W USB-C PD charging, and micro/SD card readers. But that’s not all. It also boasts a rugged design meant for better heat dissipation to prevent devices from overheating!  

The USB-4 Adapter will be available next month. Sign up through this link to receive an email alert once it becomes available for purchase.

Day 2  

The exciting announcements didn’t end there. On the second day of CES, we unveiled another product that is available for pre-order right now – the 2-in-1 Headphone Stand with Wireless Charger. 

2-in-1 Headphone Stand with Wireless Charger 

 

Storing your headphones in a neat, aesthetically pleasing way is difficult. Now, however, with the new Satechi 2-in-1 Headphone Stand with Wireless Charger, you can easily store and charge your AirPods Max or any headphones in style.   

This stand is so much more than just a home for your headset. It features a sleek stainless-steel arm with padded grips, a USB-C port to charge your headphones, and at the base, you’ll find a convenient wireless charger to also power your iPhone 13 or AirPods Pro. Plus, you won’t have to worry about messy cables since the stand features a hook to organize them. It even has an LED light that shows when your wireless device is charging.   

The 2-in-1 Headphone Stand with Wireless Charger will be available later this month. Pre-order yours today through this link.

Day 3 

On the final day of CES, we impressed the tech world with a product that everyone can benefit from no matter which devices they have -- the 165W Charger USB-C 4-Port PD GaN Charger  

165W Charger USB-C 4-Port PD GaN Charger 165W USB-C PD Charger

Powering all of your devices simultaneously just got a whole lot easier and more powerful. At CES this year we announced the new Satechi 165W Charger, which takes your desktop charging game to the next level.  

This charger is made with Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology to power up to four devices at the same time without sacrificing charging speed. It’s equipped with four USB-C PD ports to support multiple power configurations up to 165W. That means you can power your MacBook Pro M1 at full speed while your devices are charging. It’s truly a game-changer! 

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