It’s time for a two minute review of the Kingston Nucleum Hub.
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.
- 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
What’s in the Box?
The box contains the Nucleum.
A Closer Look
The first thing you notice about the Nucleum is that it is quite small and lightweight – which is something you want if you want to use it with your MacBook!
The hub itself has 7 ports on it – which gives 6 more than the MacBook currently does. So plug this little baby in and you immediately get everything you could need for your MacBook, including USB-A and C ports, microSD and SDHC, along with a 4K HDMI port thrown in for good measure, all wrapped up in a tiny little box.
Using it is simple – just plug it, that’s it – you don’t have to do anything else.
The Kingston Nucleum is available now priced around £49.95 and if you have a MacBook this piece of kit is a must have – go get one now!