Anker has announced a new $ 249.99 10 -1 USB-C node which, among other things, allows the M1-equipped MacBook to come out with three external screens; MacRumors: Reports:. It is designed to overcome the major limitations of Apple’s M1 MacBooks, which by default can only be released with a single external monitor.
Anker 563 port has a total of ten ports, including USB-C, USB-A, 3.5mm audio և Ethernet. But what we are most interested in are the screen connectors, which consist of an HDMI port that can reach up to 4K 30 Hz (it is not clear what the maximum refresh rate is at low resolutions), the second HDMI port that can do 2K (1440p). ) up to 60 Hz և DisplayPort capable of 2K 60 Hz.
You’ve probably noticed one major drawback here: the first HDMI port only goes up to 30Hz at 4K, which means the connected monitor won’t feel particularly smooth to use. But it may not matter if you are using it to watch video content (which is rarely at 30 frames per second) or productivity software. The second major limitation is that you need to have DisplayLink software installed to run your M1 MacBook on so many monitors և Experience with previous nodes shows that the results can be confusing.
Accessories maker Hyper last year announced a pair of USB-C dockers designed for it. Launch two screens from M1 MacBook (it advertises that the node is connected without the need for drivers, but there is still software that you need to install). Alternative, MacWorld: has a good idea Of your other multimedia versions that have different ports, nodes in the market, or be aware that some of them are not officially supported by their manufacturers.
Far from the screen connectors, the Anker 563 dock also has a USB-C connector that can provide up to 100 watts of power to the host machine, 1 Gbps Ethernet port, and a USB-C port with 5 Gbps data transfer speed of և 30W. delivery, USB-A connector – 5 Gbps և 7.5 W, և two USB-A connectors for data only at 480 Mbps. There is also DC input to power the port.
The situation of external monitors has been an unfortunate limitation of the first generation of Apple Silicon MacBooks; fortunately, the new M1 Pro և M1 Max cars have natural support for multiple external screens. There is no official word on whether there is talk of Apple M2-equipped MacBooks will have such restrictions when they are released, but we can only hope that you will not need an expensive node to connect multiple screens.
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