The TurboHub Claims To Be The World’s Fastest SSD & Multiport Adapter

With more and more computers coming with fewer and fewer ports, having something mile a multiport adapter can come in super handy.

But what if that multiport adapter was also an SSD? That would be even more cool, wouldn’t it?

Turns out it exists, too. The TurboHub claims to be the “world’s fastest SSD and multiport adapter” which is quite the boast.

Your new high capacity all-in-one SSD storage and adapter — TurboHub — combines the versatility with efficiency to expand your laptop’s connectivity and equip you with all the tools you need to boost your productivity.

With storage capacities of up to 4TB and plenty of ports, this TurboHub SSD thing could be the ultimate addition to your MacBook.

Gone are the days of the dongle-cluttered backpack or table. Thanks to its six optimized ports, TurboHub significantly expands connectivity for your MacBook and USB-C or Thunderbolt-enabled laptop. It allows you to connect 4K HDMI video output, USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3 ports, 1GB Ethernet port, and an SD card reader to your laptop.

  • HDMI 2.0 Port: 4K60Hz port to connect multiple monitors and play 4K video without delay
  • USB 3.1 hub: second-generation USB hub for high-speed data transfers.
  • Thunderbolt 3: 40 Gbps high-speed USB to connect your Apple products to any device.
  • Type-C USB: USB-C 3.1 Gen2 connector to ensure superior connectivity with mobile and accessories.
  • SD Card Reader: A fast and convenient way of transferring data with 300MB/s.
  • Ethernet Port: wired internet connection with 1000Mbps network speed

The TurboHub is available via Indiegogo right now with prices at around $340 for the high-end 4TB model. Need less storage? 1TB is just $110. 2TB will set you back $189, too. You’ll need to order soon, though. There aren’t many left. We’re told that shipments are expected to begin in March of 2021, too.

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