Gone are the days owners of the newest MacBook edition have to choose which device they want to connect to using the USB-C thanks to Cusby (www.cusby.com), which has introduced a line of modular and expandable solutions to break free port limitations.
The Cusby “building blocks” will be available for pre-order starting at US$25 on Indiegogo (https://goo.gl/qtWLwW) with delivery expected in October 2015. Cusby is modular, meaning you don’t have to commit to a set of ports. Instead, just plug in the appropriate Cusby that serves your current needs.
The more devices you need connected, the more building blocks you can add, while always keeping a USB-C port open. For every Cusby connected, a new USB-C port is created. At launch, Cusby will be offering the following three models:
° USB-C Power Port, which offers a USB-C port to connect a power adapter to charge the MacBook;
° USB-A Data Port, which will connect any standard device like a smartphone, tablet, keyboard, mouse, and printer;
° HDMI Video/Audio Port, which will connect to an external display, TV set or receiver to transfer HD-quality video and audio to any compatible device.