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Really handy tool for newer laptops that are only equipped with USB-C ports.
  • 4k 30Hz HDMI,
  • SD card connectivity,
  • 2 x USB 3.0
  • SD slot
  • Micro SD slot
  • USB-C data
  • USB-C with 100 Power Deliver

The Power Delivery is the one of the things setting this apart from others. Means you charge your laptop via the hub instead of wasting another port.Check your laptop does charge through USB C first.

Small size as well - I've got one and it's something you can easily take with you on the go.

Hope this comes in handy for someone!

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Compatible Devices Include:

  • Apple MacBook (2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018)
  • Apple MacBook Pro (2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018)
  • Apple iMac / iMac Pro (21.5 inch, 27 inch)
  • Google ChromeBook Pixel (2016 / 2017)
Incompatible Devices:

  • iPad Pro 2018
  • Nintendo Switch
  • Apple USB SuperDrive
  • Original Dell XPS 13 stock adapter / Original Samsung phone and tablet stock adapters
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This is a useful looking device. Anyone know:
1. Can I use this on a Windows 10 machine without admin rights? (Corporate locked down laptop)
2. What does this line on the spec mean?
"Does not support media display via the USB-C ports with a USB-C to HDMI cable.".
3. It has an HDMI out right?
andersh09/07/2019 15:57

This is a useful looking device. Anyone know:1. Can I use this on a …This is a useful looking device. Anyone know:1. Can I use this on a Windows 10 machine without admin rights? (Corporate locked down laptop)2. What does this line on the spec mean?"Does not support media display via the USB-C ports with a USB-C to HDMI cable.". 3. It has an HDMI out right?


1. If your windows 10 pc allows you to use the usb c port for other devices then it should work with this.
2. I think its simply stating that you must use the hdmi socket and cannot use the hdmi socket AND a usb c with adapter to enable the device to connect to 2 displays.

I think that makes sense
I keep pondering getting something similar for my phone.
lollypoplee09/07/2019 16:34

1. If your windows 10 pc allows you to use the usb c port for other …1. If your windows 10 pc allows you to use the usb c port for other devices then it should work with this.2. I think its simply stating that you must use the hdmi socket and cannot use the hdmi socket AND a usb c with adapter to enable the device to connect to 2 displays. I think that makes sense


Ah okay, thanks. I was hoping this would be a cheap way to add another external screen to the lappy. The docks are quite expensive and require a specific power supply.
andersh09/07/2019 19:01

Ah okay, thanks. I was hoping this would be a cheap way to add another …Ah okay, thanks. I was hoping this would be a cheap way to add another external screen to the lappy. The docks are quite expensive and require a specific power supply.


You can add an external screen. You just cannot add 2 by using a USB C HDMI adapter like this to add a third monitor to your setup.
andersh09/07/2019 15:57

This is a useful looking device. Anyone know:1. Can I use this on a …This is a useful looking device. Anyone know:1. Can I use this on a Windows 10 machine without admin rights? (Corporate locked down laptop)2. What does this line on the spec mean?"Does not support media display via the USB-C ports with a USB-C to HDMI cable.". 3. It has an HDMI out right?


Your locked down machine may not allow you to transfer data out of your laptop through the USB port. At least that is the default setting in our office.
does this work for nintendo switch? as output using da usb-c to hdmi?
bozo00711/07/2019 17:58

Your locked down machine may not allow you to transfer data out of your …Your locked down machine may not allow you to transfer data out of your laptop through the USB port. At least that is the default setting in our office.


Yes, you're right. I asked IT and there is security software that controls what devices can connect. So it's a no go.
andersh11/07/2019 21:38

Yes, you're right. I asked IT and there is security software that controls …Yes, you're right. I asked IT and there is security software that controls what devices can connect. So it's a no go.


We only block data transfer; connecting a mouse, keyboard, etc is not a problem.
bozo00711/07/2019 21:53

We only block data transfer; connecting a mouse, keyboard, etc is not a …We only block data transfer; connecting a mouse, keyboard, etc is not a problem.


Good to know, but don't think I'll risk it. I'll keep an eye out for a proper dock cheap on eBay.
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