MagHub 2 Funded on Kickstarter

MagHub 2 iMac Docking Station

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MagHub 2 Funded on Kickstarter

INVZI, an award-winning electronic product designer, has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for its latest product, the MagHub 2. This pop-up SSD USB-C docking station is designed specifically for iMac M1 24-inch, and it promises to be a game-changer for professionals who rely on their iMac for work.

The MagHub 2 is the second generation of INVZI’s MagHub, which was designed for use with MacBook Pro/Air. Now, iMac M1 users can enjoy the same benefits of a perfectly fitting docking station with a modern, sleek design that blends seamlessly with the iMac.

Designed for M1 iMac 24”, the 8-in-1 Docking Station Pop-Up SSD features up to 4TB, 1000Mb/s, 10Gbps USB 3.2 Gen2, SD/Micro SD, Gigabit Ethernet. The MagHub 2 boasts an impressive list of features, including a USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 10Gbps input, and multiple output ports such as pop-up SSD enclosure 10Gbps, compatible with M.2 NVMe/SATA up to 4TB, USB-C 3.2 Gen 2, 10Gbps, USB-A 3.2 Gen 2, 10Gbps, USB-A 3.2 Gen 1, 5Gbps, SD/Micro SD: UHS-I 104Mbps, and Gigabit Ethernet: 1000Mbps.

“When we started designing MagHub 2, we knew that we wanted to provide iMac users with an unrivaled workstation – something that would make the iMac even more useful for students and professionals. It has been a long and challenging process, but we couldn’t be any happier with our product,” said Dr. Tony, the CEO of INVZI. “MagHub is the premier workstation for iMac, and we're excited for everyone to experience it for themselves.”

The MagHub 2 is a welcome addition to the world of iMac accessories, as it offers iMac M1 users the ability to connect multiple peripherals with ease. With its sleek design and impressive specs, the MagHub 2 is sure to be a hit with professionals who rely on their iMac for work. The campaign for the MagHub 2 is funded on Kickstarter, and backers can expect to receive their MagHub soon.