Laptops are great for taking desktop-class computing power on the go. They make life easier, as you get to take what you need, wherever you go. When you’re back at home, the lack of legacy ports on 2016 and later MacBook Pros is an issue.
Apple removed all legacy ports from these MacBook Pros. Connecting ANY device to any MacBook Pro with Touch Bar now requires a properly equipped peripheral or a dongle. USB-C based peripherals aren’t very common yet, and dongles make computing messy and complicated. Displays – actually multiple displays – are a particularly large problem. The best way to solve this is with a docking station.
Here are some of the best docking stations to address not only the need for legacy ports and reduced USB-C dongles, but also the need to attach multiple displays to your MacBook Pro.