Presented to the public at CES 2014, the CableCore Hub for iMacs it makes life easier for those who need to connect peripherals (external HDDs, SD cards, flash drives, etc.) to iMacs at all times.
Just leave it connected to one of the computer's USB ports to ?earn? three USB 3.0 ports and one slot for SDXC cards in the top-of-the-line version we also have an audio input (connected to the iMac via Bluetooth 4.0).
The cool thing is that the hub fits into the base of the iMac, something much more ergonomic than the gymnastics needed to access the rear doors of the iMac.
It is true that, due to its reasonable thickness, it combines much more with the old versions of the iMac than with the current one, which is very thin at the edges. Still, it is still a good option for those looking for practicality.
Despite being presented at CES, the product is still trying to become a reality through the crowdfunding website Indiegogo. CableCore Hub creators need to raise $ 20,000 by March 8, 2014 for this to happen.
The most basic version (without Bluetooth) costs US $ 100, while the top-of-the-line version costs US $ 130. I still need to add US $ 25 to these values ??for international delivery (for those who live in Brazil, of course), estimated at March .