Satechi USB-C Multiport MX Adapter REVIEW Powerful Connection Option For M1 Macs — MacSources

7 min readFeb 22, 2022

The USB-C Multiport MX Adapter helps users unlock the full potential of the M1 Macs.

Ever since I made the switch to Thunderbolt/USB-C Mac laptops, I have been using a variety of hubs and docks to connect to external devices. Many third-party companies create specialized hubs and adapters to ensure that Mac users’ needs are met when it comes to connectivity. Satechi, a brand known for designing premium-grade products that work well with Mac machines has recently released a new connectivity option with the USB-C Multiport MX Adapter.


The Satechi USB-C Multiport MX Adapter is designed to be powerful and sleek at the same time. It features dual 4K HDMI ports, Gigabit Ethernet, USB-C PD charging, USB- C data, USB-A data, SD card readers, and an audio jack. The end of the adapter has a short USB-C connector cable that plugs directly into your M1 Mac computer.

It is designed to work with M1 devices so that users get the most out of their machines, but some non-Mac computers are compatible with the adapter (see list below). The dual HDMI ports provide the option for users to get up to 60Hz from one port and up to 30Hz refresh rates from the connected monitors. It is important to note that the USB ports (other than the PD port) do not support charging or CD readers such as the Apple SuperDrive.


  • COMPATIBLE DEVICES: MacBook Air/Pro 13-inch M1, 2021 MacBook Pro 14-inch, 16-inch (M1 Pro & Max), 2020/2019/2018/2017/2016 MacBook Pro, 2020/2018 MacBook Air, 2020/2018 iPad Pro, Mac mini M1, iMac M1, 2019/2017 iMac, iMac Pro, 2015/2016/2017 MacBook, Microsoft Surface Laptop 3/Surface Pro 7/Go, Google PixelBook Go, ChromeBook, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S, HP Spectre Convertible, Razer Blade, Huawei Matebook and more USB-C devices.
  • DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT: 13 x 6 x 1.5 cm, 180 g
  • MODEL NO / UPC: ST-UCMXAM / 810086360130
  • SPEED: Dual 4K HDMI output — one port up to 60Hz, one up to 30Hz; USB-C PD charging — up to 100W (~15W used for operation); Gigabit Ethernet; USB-C data…




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