Scosche has churned out USB-C type adapter for the Macbook Pro line. It promises to give a simple solution to let you use old peripherals. It has three ports that gives you the traditional USB-A port that is compatible with most of the flash storage drives and other Mac-accessories. It has also has an HDMI port to let you connect external monitors or projectors and an additional USB-port which can be used to power source to even charge the Macbook when you are still using the other ports.
USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter specifications are mentioned below.
* Connect to external display via HDMI
* Mirror MacBook / MacBook Pro on external display
* Output up to 1080p
* Maintain ability to charge via USB-C while using HDMI output
* Connect to any standard USB device
* Maintain ability to charge via USB-C while using USB connection
* Transfer 4GB Photos – 1m 45 sec
* Transfer 8GB Songs – 3m 25s
USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter can be purchased for $59.99 from scosche’s official website. To be honest, Kensington SD1500 is still a better solution but it is slightly more bulky then Scosche Macbook adapter. On bright side, you get more ports including a full size VGA port which might come useful when connecting to old school projectors that still have only VGA connectivity.