Satechi has come to CES 2024 with a wide range of products including something entirely new for them, a mechanical keyboard. Among their other new products are a 145W USB-C 4-Port GaN Travel Charger, new Qi2 chargers, a Thunderbolt 4 hub and a Mac Mini/studio stand/hub.

The newest product to the Satechi lineup is the SM1 Slim Mechanical Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard. It is designed with a low profile for efficiency and comfort, and functions seamlessly with both Mac and Windows devices. It includes 14 different backlight patterns and high quality clicky switches.

The 145W USB-C 4-Port GaN Travel Charger includes four interchangeable international adapters (EU/AU/UK/US) and a mesh carry bag. Using smart power distribution, it will deliver the correct amount of charging power to each device as required and what it can handle.

The new Qi2 wireless charging stands include a 3-in-1 foldable Qi2 wireless charging stand and a 2-in-1 version. Unfortunately, the new Qi2 wireless chargers will not be available for purchase for “a few more months.”

Satechi has also revamped their Stand and Hub for Mac Mini and Studio. It now features an NVME SSD enclosure to expand users’ connectivity options through a single cable and added storage.

The new Thunderbolt 4 Slim Hub Pro is the pro version of their previous Thunderbolt dock, now supporting data transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps and up to 8K/60Hz video output and can also deliver up to 96W of charging. Up to six devices can now be daisy chained and provides 32Gpbs native PCIe support for external GPUs and Thunderbolt-based SSDs.

To check out these new products head over to the Satechi CES page and keep an eye out for them arriving in Australia soon.

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