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Kingston Nucleum USB-C Dock for Apple Macbooks

CCL Code: ACC4035
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Manufacturer Code: C-HUBC1-SR-EN
| Manufacturer: Kingston

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Overview

Live the moment™.  Use the mouse, monitor and accessories that you’ve grown to love with your new notebook. With a single USB-C hub, you can connect up to 7 devices at once and keep your creativity flowing. The Nucleum has you covered whether you want to connect to a larger monitor or need to offload footage from the latest photo shoot. With the Nucleum, you can power up your Apple® MacBook* while also connecting to a USB Flash drive and charging an iPhone*.  The compact size and built-in cable also make the Nucleum a perfect travel companion to take with you on location.

* MacBook and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the USA and other countries.

Main Features

  • 7 ports of potential from one USB-C connection
  • Add more pixels using the 4K HDMI output
  • Power pass-through to charge your connected devices
  • Small and light, makes it easy to take with you
  • Designed for content creators with the included SD and microSD slots
Specifications

Key Features

Built-in Card Reader Yes

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Kingston
Manufacturer Code C-HUBC1-SR-EN
EAN 740617271270
Condition New
Warranty

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Kingston
Manufacturer Code C-HUBC1-SR-EN
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