The DGRule Invisible Hub, developed by an LA-based firm, brings an array of ports to the 13, 14, or 15-inch MacBook Pro. It is technically not “invisible”, nevertheless, when you join the hub to your MacBook, it would basically appear to be an precise a part of the laptop computer itself. So, in a approach, it truly is invisible.
Now, the DGRule Invisible Hub makes use of two USB-C connectors and one audio jack to connect with the laptop computer. These connectors are hooked up to a spring-loaded clip that holds on to your MacBook for a agency grip. So, you’ll be able to even take it on-the-go, whereas hooked up to the laptop computer.
So, not like these USB hubs that join with a single connector and sits beside your laptop computer taking over an ample quantity of house, the DGRule USB Hub seamlessly integrates with a MacBook placing all of the ports behind the machine. And because the USB hubs additionally match the house grey and silver coloration of the MacBook units, the port-station really lives as much as its title.
Now, coming to the port’s entrance, the DGRule Invisible HUB options one USB-C enter port, one Thunderbolt 3 port, three USB 3.1 Gen-1 ports, a mini show port, an SD card slot, and even a micro-SD slot and naturally, the beloved headphone jack.
There can be a built-in cooling pad to maintain the USB Hub cool. At the underside of the hub, there are three vents from which the surplus warmth will get launched. Also, as a consequence of its design, the “invisible” hub raises the laptop computer a bit, in flip, offering a snug typing expertise.
The product is listed on Indiegogo and the corporate is presently transport the product. You can get 1 DGRule Invisible Hub for a price of $119 (~Rs 9,080). Yeah, I agree it’s fairly costly. However, contemplating the performance it provides, I believe it’s a good price for this machine.