When I got my Nexus 6P I also got this USB C to USB A female adapterHey guys,
So I just ordered the new Macbook Pro and it would be great if we shared what we're choosing for dongles. Are you buying them separately or one that contains multiple ports?
I have that same one in my wishlist.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013SSQV80/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I ordered that hub as I just need my old USB connections for now until I eventually get USB-C wires. I think I will just replace my existing mini thunderbolt to HDMI cable to a USB-C one. I think it's pretty nice
I was wondering about that too. My monitor uses DVI as well - yes, it's an antique, but it works. But TB3->TB2 is an expensive dongle! I hate to pay that!I also did a Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 for my Mini DisplayPort to DVI adapter (I hope it works like that) at my desk. If that's not possible with that adapter, can someone chime in?
Just wanted to pop back. According to https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT207266, I believe the setup will work. And yeah, it is more expensive than I would like too but I decided on this approach since I can use it for other purposes as well on the go (Thunderbolt Ethernet, etc.) At least that's how I'm justifying itI was wondering about that too. My monitor uses DVI as well - yes, it's an antique, but it works. But TB3->TB2 is an expensive dongle! I hate to pay that!
I think this looks nice. Has different colors as well.Bob,
That is nice, however extremely large and extremely expensive.
However, no doubt, it looks like a quality device.
I would love something slim that just docks into the side of the MacBook Pro.
I know Amazon sells such devices, but they don't get rave reviews.
I think this looks nice. Has different colors as well.
Only 60W power.That would be PERFECT if it also had ethernet capability.
I am actually eyeing this device now. It sits on a nearby desk and allows you to plug everything into it
Only problem, the reviews are wildly mixed as far as it being reliable.
Do you have the link to that one?The 15" seems to use an 89W power adapter.