A simple and effective portable USB 3.0 hub with Gigabit Ethernet for use with Windows and Mac. Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 peripherals.
Some things in life are simple... others are too complex. I'm here to try make one more of those 'complex' things, a simple one!
Strangly enough, finding a straight-forward USB-C Hub which gives you extra USB ports while being able to keep your device charged, isn't as easy as you'd think! If you've also had this challenge, then read on...
So what we have here is a USB Hub with 4 Ports, and a USB Type-C interface to connect to your device (laptop, MacBook, phone, iPad, Nintendo Switch or whatever has that ubiquitous, revesable USB-C port. The hub itself, features three USB 3.0 ports for Super-Speed 5Gbps data transfers, and a USB Type-C port for up to 60W of Power Delivery. This is super handy, as often using a USB hub takes up the only available USB-C socket on your device, meaning you can't have connected devices and keep the device charged - well problem solved!
Fortunately there's not too much ground to cover on this nifty gadget. The hub itself is well build, with a beautifully finished aluminium-alloy casing. it really looks the part.
Other than that, you've got a straight-forward USB hub with 3 sockets of USB 3.0 spec (for super fast data transfers), and the USB-C port will handle all the power duties supporting 5V-20V at 3A (basically, 60W of Power Delivery in 'USB-C' speak).