Satechi launched today USB-C Slim Dock Accessory for 24″ iMacPriced at $149.99. For a limited time, you can Save 20 percent on this appendix by entering the code IMAC20 Upon checkout, the price of the dock dropped to $120.00.

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USB-C Slim Dock is designed to fit 24 inches iMac It provides a built-in enclosure for adding external storage to your ‌iMac‌, as well as easy access to various ports. These ports include one USB-C 10Gbps data port, one USB-A 10Gbps data port, two USB-A 2.0 ports, micro/SD card reader slots, and an integrated NVMe/SATA cover.

An NVMe/SATA enclosure allows you to add external storage to your ‌iMac‌ 24-inch, something that can’t be done internally on this ‌iMac‌ suite. The accessory fits M.2 NVMe SSD or M.2 SATA SSD drives in a small slot under the USB-C Slim Dock.

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The dock comes in silver and blue color options, matching the colors of the 24-inch iMac. You can get USB-C Slim Dock on Satechi For the $120.00 discounted price today, just remember to enter the code IMAC20 at checkout. This deal will run until June 13th before it expires.

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