A perfect inexpensive way to add Ethernet, monitor, and USB ports that worked without a hitch. Allows you to remove four adapters for just one. Moreover, the compact design of a refined look, and aluminum construction can provide you with long-term use. If you need a USB C Hub with high build quality and good network performance, this is it!
Thoughtful Port Layouts - The USB ports are set quite far away from each other, so when you plugging in an SD card reader or USB cables, you shouldn't worry about blocking the port next by.
It fits well along with your MacBook Pro/Air USB C two-port input. -
Matt Finish & Aluminum - The aluminum construction of this unit is quite robust and gives off a premium feel when compared to some of the plastic dongles, plus pretty scratch-resistant.
The full-metal not only is stronger, it also ought to aid in cooling the internal electronics since the case serves as a heat sink. -
Minimal Size - The cross-section of the hub is almost equivalent to the size of the RJ45 port, making this very lightweight and portable. It's small and light enough to go around with it conveniently since this hub saves space and weight in your bag over many single-port adapters. (less than 2oz.)
A perfect dongle for working professionals whenever you need a larger screen. Not having to buy a different HDMI adapter and losing space. 4K@60Hz / 4K@30Hz, also 2K@144Hz / 1440P@60Hz, 1080P@60Hz, and 720P@60Hz.
Guaranteed reliable connectivity is invaluable during your important zoom meetings, no more weak WIFI, just focus on the meeting. Fast wired internet, speeds up to 1 Gbps, backward compatible with 100Mbps/10Mbps.
All three ports obtain 5Gbps, 10 times faster than USB 2.0. Support all your legacy USB-A devices: mouse, keyboard, external hard drives, and card reader, also printers, and more via USB 3.0. Guarantee no lags out for your mouse. Supports charging speed 5V@1.2A.
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Laptops & Tablets (Updating)
MacBook Pro 2016 and up, MacBook Air 2018 and up, MacBook 2015 and up, Mac mini 2020/2018, iMac 2017 and up, Mac Pro, iMac Pro, iPad mini 6 (2021); iPad Pro 11''/12.9'' 2020/2018, iPad Air 10.9" 2020;
Dell new XPS 13/ Dell XPS 15, Latitude 15 5580, Precision 15 (5510); Microsoft Surface Go, Surface Pro 7, Surface Pro X, Surface Book, Surface Book 3, Surface Laptop;
Google Chromebook Pixel, Chromebook, Lenovo Yoga 910, Yoga 720, Yoga 900 13", HP Spectre X360, HP Spectre Convertible; Razer Book, Book 13, Blade; Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S, Tab S8/S7; And More.
Samsung Galaxy S22 / S21 / S20 / S10 / S9 / S8 ,
Note 20 / Note 10 / Note 9 / Note 8,
Huawei Mate 40 / 30 / 20 / 10, and more.
Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X 10.6 or later, iPadOS; Linux 2.6.14 or later, Android, and more.
· Recommend using higher than 65watt charger for Phones / Tablets for stable connection.
The hub can works with M1-based MacBook computers.
This adapter works fine with the MBP 2017 that has Thunderbolt 3.
Also perfectly fine with MacBook Air (Late 2018 and newer); iMac (Mid 2017 and newer), iMac Pro; Mac Mini (Late 2018 and newer) and more.
Yes, you could charge the device through USB 3.0 ports.
But please note that the primary purpose of this hub is to transfer data between devices and not to charge them. The USB ports could only support charging a small device up to 5V@1.2A. It will not provide a quick charge.
No,It is not compatible with Nintendo Switch.
There is no additional driver required though on macOS. We have tested it can also plug and play on macOS Mojave.
Furthermore, it works with CAT6 & up ethernet cable needed for reach 1Gbps network.
We pretty sure it works fine with iPad Pro 2018 11”, and iPad Pro 2020 11''. (Both run iPadOS)