Here’s a must-have accessory if you have a USB-C ™ equipped computer and need more USB-A ports. This portable USB 3.0 hub expands your laptop or desktop connectivity by adding four USB Type-A ports, through a single USB Type-C ™ or Thunderbolt ™ 3 port. And since it offers USB bus power , no need to connect to an external power adapter, which is convenient when traveling / commuting and avoids cable clutter around workstations.
Keep using your current peripherals and devices
If you are looking to extend connectivity with your USB-A peripheral devices, this hub may be the perfect solution. By converting your computer’s USB-C port to four USB-A ports, you can continue to use all of your existing USB 3.0 devices, such as your USB memory sticks (Flash), external hard drives, and printers (USB 3.0 also known as USB 3.1 Gen 1). Now you can save money and avoid the hassle of buying new USB-C equipped peripherals.
Add USB ports, almost wherever you go
The compact and lightweight design of this USB hub is designed for easy mobility. You can easily carry it in your laptop bag when traveling / on the go, making it easy to connect almost wherever you go.
Plus, since it takes up little space, this 4-port hub is out of the way to plug into your work area.
Bus-powered design for convenience when traveling
This versatile USB-C hub is bus-powered, which means it draws power directly from your computer’s USB-C port. This means that you don’t have to carry as many cables when traveling, as you don’t need an external power adapter.
Add four USB 3.0 ports in seconds
This USB hub is cross-platform compatible, which means that it works with a wide range of laptop models. It also works with various operating systems, such as Windows®, Mac, Linux®, and Chrome OS ™. It installs automatically once you connect it to your laptop, so you’re up and running in seconds.
Convert your computer’s USB Type-C port to four USB 3.0 Type-A ports (5Gbps)
Take the hub with you when you travel, so you can connect your USB devices wherever you go
Perfect accessory for home environments, as well as shared offices, either BYOD (Bring your own device) or CYOD (Choose your own device)