These are the best USB-C hubs for the brand new M1 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. Use these hubs to add more ports to your notebook.

Picking up one of Apple’s M1-powered MacBook Air or MacBook Pro notebooks is already a pretty great idea, but you can take things to a whole new level by adding a great USB-C hub to the mix as well.

The new MacBook notebooks don’t come with a plethora of ports or connectors, but these USB-C hubs will fix that in no time at all. We have a collection of some of the best and most popular hubs right here, so all you need to do is pick the one that best suits your needs.

With that said, here’s that list we just mentioned.

OKX 14-in-1 USB-C Adapter

Support for two monitors, 100W charging, and more. This hub has a total of 14 ports.

Buy: OKX 14-in-1 USB-C Adapter from Amazon: $59.99

AUKEY USB-C Hub with Wireless Charger

Offering plenty of ports with a wireless charger build in. Innovation doesn’t get better than this.

Buy: AUKEY USB-C Hub with Wireless Charger from Amazon: $49.99

8-in-1 Portable Aluminum USB-C Dongle

Slim and silver, this hub will fit in alongside your new Mac.

Buy: 8-in-1 Portable Aluminum USB-C Dongle from Amazon: $19.99

AUKEY USB-C Hub Adapter

An excellent USB-C adapter from a company we know and trust.

Buy: AUKEY USB-C Hub Adapter from Amazon: $29.99

Anker USB-C Hub, PowerExpand+ 7-in-1

Offering 100W USB-C charging, microSD card reader, and much more.

Buy: Anker USB-C Hub, PowerExpand+ 7-in-1 from Amazon: $27.99

All of these will look right at home alongside your new MacBook Air or MacBook Pro and will greatly expand its connectivity options.

If you want our opinion on which hub to grab from the list, we highly recommend picking up AUKEY with the wireless charger built right in. It’s simply an insane amount of convenience, especially if you have a phone in your pocket that supports wireless charging.

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