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Product datasheet Upgrade Price Guarantee Compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP, 32 Bit / 64 Bit Editions New language versions: Chinese - Lithuanian - Japanese - Polski - Romanian - Spanish - Czech Update Star is compatible with Windows platforms.Update Star has been tested to meet all of the technical requirements to be compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, 2008, and Windows XP, 32 bit and 64 bit editions." Don't you just like Apple :) i can also confirm that it definitely works from Thunderbolt ½, although the amount of power available is far below the Firewire spec of 45 watts.i can see no reason why it wouldn't work with an added Thunderbolt 3 adapter in the chain, although obviously we cannot know for certain until someone actually tries it.it's also curious that people are prepared to splash big wads of cash on a premium laptop, and then think it's a good idea to buy cheap and nasty dongles to plug everything in...Appleinsider reports "Plugable notes mac OS Sierra is incompatible with existing Certified Thunderbolt 3 devices released prior to November 2016.sd-micro-card-reader-3-usb-3-0-ports-silver-601 Becareful with USB C hubs, as there has been alot of reports of overheating and other issues on the internet. (*EDIT* Just realised that you already knew all that from the 2016 Mac Book Pro thread.) The Hoo Too hub has great reviews on Amazon, so I'm sure it'll be fine.
I also ordered one of these today for pick-up at the Perth Apple Store tomorrow.
The remaining essentials would be at least 1 USB type A port and an SD Card reader.
If there was an affordable USB-C Sandisk Extreme Flash Drive out I would just buy that and then only have to worry about the odd USB type A port device on a casual dongle but the SD card is what is really bugging me as I use that slot multiple times a day.
Apple has reduced the price on this thing for a limited time only (just as it has for USB-C adapters). Ordinarily, I reckon it would've been priced at around 0 (for Australians), so that's a pretty good saving.
I have used G-Technology's G-Drives for over 10 years and have never had any issues, except for one dying on me, but it was 7 years old, so that wasn't unexpected.