Hook your USB-C laptop up to a display or projector with over half off this 4-in-1 video adapter

Most modern laptops are moving to USB-C these days with its versatility and diminutive size allowing portable machines to become even more portable. But if you've upgraded to a new machine and haven't yet upgraded all your peripherals, you're going to be in dongle town for a while. Nowhere is this truer than if you regularly connect your laptop to an external display or projector. Thankfully, the IOGEAR ViewPro-C USB-C 4-in-1 Video Adapter is better than half price right now at just $29.99. All you have to do to get it at that reduced price is to to clip the coupon on its product page at B&H and the discount will be reflected at checkout. It's normally $63 there and this discount beats any price drop we've seen for it at Amazon before. Shipping is free.

If you're lamenting the absence of HDMI on your new USB-C laptop, this hub is for you. And it's down to its best ever price.

The ViewPro-C turns one USB-C port on your computer into a USB-A port, a HDMI connector, a VGA connector, as well as an Ethernet port. With the addition of HDMI and VGA, you'll still be able to unite your shiny new laptop with the old displays and projectors you still have to interact with. If that sounds like something you need to solve for, throw one of these in your laptop bag. The HDMI port supports a 3840x2160 resolution and the VGA goes to 2048x1152.

The USB-A port can be used for connecting your existing USB flash drives and backup hard drives and the RJ45 Ethernet port allows you to get a fast, reliable wired connection in places where it's preferable to Wi-Fi.

Adam Oram
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