IOGEAR HUB-C - USB-C to 4-port USB-A Hub (GUH3C14)
IOGEAR HUB-C - USB-C to 4-port USB-A Hub (GUH3C14)IOGEAR HUB-C - USB-C to 4-port USB-A Hub (GUH3C14)
C$19.95
IOGEAR's HUB-C - USB-C to 4-port USB-A Hub plugs into your laptop's USB 3.1 Type-C port and connects up to four USB 3.0 devices. Plug the adapter into the USB Type-C port of your laptop to convert it into four USB-A ports. Now you're ready to connect devices like a hard drive, flash drive, camera, or an USB cable for syncing and charging your smartphone or tablet. Transfer pictures, videos and music from existing USB accessories to your new Type-C laptop at blazing fast speeds. The super compact and lightweight hub easily fits into any laptop case, briefcase or backpack making it convenient to take with you on-the-go. Compared to earlier generations of USB connectors, USB-C has a slim profile connector to support ultra-thin laptops and tablets. Although USB-C has a low-profile design, it packs a big punch when it comes to speed and power, boasting data transmission speeds of up to 10Gbps and power transmission of up to 100W. And best of all, it's reversible to allow hassle-free connecting. The new standard fixes the age-old problem of connecting your USB in the wrong way, eliminating the frustration of fumbling with the USB plug when connecting it to a computer. If you've purchased a 2015 Chromebook [2] or MacBook, then you know that they feature USB-C technology. IOGEAR's HUB-C allows you to stay connected to your current USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 devices without the high cost of purchasing new peripheral devices. The Hub consists of a USB-C connector that splits into multiple USB-A ports so that you can charge your phone, output video, transfer data, and power your laptop simultaneously - consider it consolidation at its finest. IOGEAR's HUB-C is 100% plug-n-play, so it does not require any additional software or driver installation. It is also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 devices and features integrated overcurrent protection to safeguard your devices from power surges. 10Gbps data speeds are dependent upon the cable specification.