- USB C Hub 7 in 1-Massive Expansion: Extends your device USB-C port to include 1 4K@60Hz HDMI output port, 1 100W PD Charging Port, 1 1Gbps RJ45 Ethernet port, 1 SD card reader / TF card reader, and 2 USB-A ports, allowing you to keep a sleek workspace. We suggest connecting the hub to the main device first, and then connecting the accessories to the ports
- 4K@60Hz Media Display: You can easily connect the USB-C enabled device to any HDMI television or monitor and experience exceptional picture sharpness and sound reproduction with 4K at 60Hz (Be aware of DP 1.4 version of your device to get 4K 60)
- Super Fast-Through Charging & Stable Internet: The 100W PD port provides a continuous charging speed to your USB-C device at up to 92W while transferring files or streaming media. Connect to the internet instantly, making you enjoy fast connection speeds of up to 1 Gbps. Tipps: LED lights will tell you if there's a valid internet connection
- Fast Transmission: 2 USB 3.0 data ports are primed to transfer large files up to 5Gbps; TF and SD card slots support various memory card formats such as SD, SDHC, Micro SD, MMC, SDXC), and read SD / TF cards simultaneously. Dockteck Hub is a great fit for daily Work-from-Home situations, and meet all your needs
- Broad Compatibility & Warranty: The sleek and tiny USB-C hub, is compatible with almost all Type-C devices including MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iPad Pro as well as operating systems including Windows and macOS, iPadOS.
It does exactly what I wanted to. It works well. If you're unfortunate enough to have a knack of my same generation you'll know that the computer created the reason to buy this. So for that it works great.
Works as described.
Heat quality. Good price. 4K @ 60Hz!Good # of ports! Would appreciate upgraded USB A 3.1/3.2 @ 10MBps. Otherwise great dongle!
I was surprised that this device worked the first time with each connection that I tried (power, iPhone, CD-RW, KVM switch, PaperPort, Harman/Kardon USB speakers, wired Ethernet, and a DVI monitor). No software needed, and the external finish is first-rate. Why can't we make stuff like this here in the USA?