USB-C to 3-Port USB 3.0 Hub with Ethernet Adapter

Best USB 3.1 C TYPE Cable

Product feature:

  • Work with many variety of devices
    For instance, Apple New MacBook, Nokia N1 tablet, Google Chrome Pixel and many other smart devices with USB-C ports
  • High Speed Ethernet
    Gigabit Ethernet port provides access to superfast network speeds.
  • Reversible Design
    Special designed Type-C connector simplifies the connection, makes it smaller, smarter and more convenient
  • USB-C 3.1 Male to Standard Type USB 3.0 Data sync, the maximum data
  • Easy in, easy out
    Plugging the USB 3.0 cable from the hub connects users to their entire desktop peripheral environment

Product Description

New laptops are thinner and lighter than ever, leaving less room for ports. However, many users still require multiple ports to support their current and legacy USB peripheral devices.

This USB-C to 3-Port USB 3.0 Hub with Ethernet Adapter is the best accessory for your needs, whether you’re in the office or out on duty.

Three USB 3.0 ports accommodate all your peripherals like portable hard drives, flash drives, and printers. Once installed, the USB 3.0 hub and Gigabit Ethernet will work simultaneously on both Windows and Mac OS devices through one super speed USB 3.0 cable. Modern and small form factor design with no external PSU required, it easily fits on office tables or with you on the business trips.

Related article:

What’s USB 3.0?

USB 3.0 is the third major version of the USB standard for interfacing computers and electronic devices. This version of evaluation adds the new transfer rate referred to as SuperSpeed USB (SS) that can transfer data at up to 5 Gbit/s. Just to give you a concept, USB 3.0 is theoretically about ten times faster than the last version 2.0 and adds a few more improvements as well.

A number of changes have been implemented in USB 3.0 to fulfill the expanded needs of external devices. Here are some good news for this new technology:

  • Compatibility:

    USB 3.0 is compatible with USB 2.0, which means if you purchase any new device that supports 3.0, the old ones you have would still be able to communicate with them.

  • Transfer Rate:

    In order to let you easily understand the concept, let me give you a simple example. If you want to transfer a 10 GB file to an external drive, it only takes around 25 seconds for USB 3.0 to complete the task, but USB 2.0 would need more than 5 minutes. Get the picture?

  • Benefits:

    The devices that will benefit most from USB 3.0 are those that already out speed USB 2.0, including HD webcams, Blu-Ray drives, or some external hard drives.