A dock is the perfect way to expand the connectivity of your MacBook, and they don't come much better than this Anker Triple Display 563. This USB-C docking station is a great pick thanks to its 10-in-1 connectivity, offering Dual HDMI ports, DisplayPort, charging, Ethernet, USB-C, USB-A, and as audio.
Usually $249, this is great value at $179 and a superb way to turn your MacBook into the perfect workstation. As the name suggests, it can power up to three monitors, as long as your Mac can do the legwork.
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While a MacBook is a fantastic piece of hardware, constraints mean that they are quite limited on ports, especially the MacBook Air. If you're working from home or in an office, a dock is a great way to expand your connectivity, and by proxy your productivity.
There are plenty of cheaper docks around, but Anker is a household name in quality peripherals and we've reviewed countless items from them throughout the years.
Specifically, you're getting 2 HDMI ports, a DisplayPort, a 100W Power Delivery port (connects to host), a USB-C 3.2 Gen 1 port, a USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 port, 2 USB-A 2.0 ports, an Ethernet port, and an AUX in/out port.
100W charging is more than enough for any of Apple's MacBooks, meaning you can eliminate troublesome power cords.
Usually $249, this is a relatively new model from Anker, making this the first significant discount we've seen in our price tracking.
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