AUKEY USB C Hub MacBook Pro 9-in-2, Triple Display with Dual 4K (CB-C81)
This USB C Hub Adapter is the perfect accessory for your new MacBook Pro, or any other USB-C compatible computer. The hub turns one USB-C port into 6 ports: two USB 3.0 ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port, an HDMI video output and a Type-C PD charging port that can charge your laptop at up to 100W. The dual core chips provide excellent heat dissipation and efficient operation. This adapter is also backwards compatible with older laptops that have only 2 ports (USB 2.0) through its two USB 3.0 ports.
Dual-Core Technology: Build-in advanced dual-core chips provide excellent heat dissipation and efficient operation.
Convenient Charging: The 100W PD pass-through charging port keeps your MacBook or other compatible USB-C laptops fully charged. The two USB ports support up to 5V 1.5A output for peripherals.
6-in-1 USB-C Hub: Update version of the AUKEY 5-in-1 USB C Hub adapter, which turns a single USB-C port into 6 ports for data transfer, display expansion, internet connection, and charging
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