Type C USB Hub, with Power Delivery, USB Ports, Card Reader & 4K HDMI £11.99 prime / £15.98 non prime Sold by YingFu and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Type C USB Hub, with Power Delivery, USB Ports, Card Reader & 4K HDMI £11.99 prime / £15.98 non prime Sold by YingFu and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 11th FebEdited by:"jaymsn"
Good discount on a USB C Hub to expand connectivity of new laptops:
- USB-C Power Delivery
- 3 USB 3 Ports
- SD Card Reader
- HDMI 4K Video port

Similar boxes sell between £25-60 but no idea of quality of this one. Ordered...

UPDATE:
Just received it. In a brief test it all works, though I have no means of checking 4K output. Nicely made unit, sturdy cable, not aluminium but well worth the price.
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Sold by YingFu and Fulfilled by Amazon. So for £11.99 on prime worth the gamble for those that need one
Edited by: "MacPhisto" 11th Feb
Any idea whether this might work with a Switch?
dan4acres2 h, 23 m ago

Any idea whether this might work with a Switch?


It supports PD which is a good sign, the real determining factor though will be whether the HDMI port is fed by DisplayPort from the host (if yes, video output from the switch will work). I can't tell whether that's the case.
What do you mean by power delivery? It's powered by the USB port?
I'd love to know whether I could use this for my one plus 5 hdmi out
currently unavailable unfortunately.
jameswalker45752 m ago

What do you mean by power delivery? It's powered by the USB port?


No. Power delivery means you can plug your usb-c power cord into the usb-c port on the dongle and it will pass the power through the device and down the cable that connects to your device and will hence charge the device. Not a major issue on say a MacBook Pro that has 4 usb-c ports but if you are using something like a standard MacBook with a single usb-c port it’s essential as you can charge and use connected devices at the same time
unavailable apparently
CampGareth3 h, 0 m ago

It supports PD which is a good sign, the real determining factor though …It supports PD which is a good sign, the real determining factor though will be whether the HDMI port is fed by DisplayPort from the host (if yes, video output from the switch will work). I can't tell whether that's the case.


Hi, do you know if all usb-c video outputs are dp alt mode. Does that mean if they can do HDMI out that they can also be converted into DP. Im trying to get 4K 60 from my laptop, so far I can only do 1440p 60hz via USB c to hdmi.
gt4game17 m ago

Hi, do you know if all usb-c video outputs are dp alt mode. Does that mean …Hi, do you know if all usb-c video outputs are dp alt mode. Does that mean if they can do HDMI out that they can also be converted into DP. Im trying to get 4K 60 from my laptop, so far I can only do 1440p 60hz via USB c to hdmi.


If the port is Thunderbolt 3 you may be in luck but otherwise I think you are out of luck.
What model is it?
jameswalker4573 h, 19 m ago

What do you mean by power delivery? It's powered by the USB port?


Power Delivery is a standard to pass more than the usual 5V down a USB cable. It requires the devices on either end talk to each other, so if this didn't support PD those communication lines wouldn't be present and the device couldn't request more than 5V from the charger because it couldn't talk through this hub.
gt4game30 m ago

Hi, do you know if all usb-c video outputs are dp alt mode. Does that mean …Hi, do you know if all usb-c video outputs are dp alt mode. Does that mean if they can do HDMI out that they can also be converted into DP. Im trying to get 4K 60 from my laptop, so far I can only do 1440p 60hz via USB c to hdmi.


Not all USB-C ports support DP alternate mode. Those that do 'video out' likely use DP (99% chance) but there's also HDMI alternate mode.

In your case I'd want to know the make and model of your laptop to know if you have DP alternate mode for sure. Chances are you do, if you look in (windows) device manager, the video adapter section, is the USB hub detected as a USB video adapter? Or does it not exist? If it doesn't exist, it's just passively adapting the DP alt mode signal.

USB-C to DP cables are pretty cheap BTW, £7 on amazon
Shame it’s not got Ethernet as one thing that’s missing on my MacBook. It’d be perfect for me if it did.
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patrick_0002 h, 41 m ago

Shame it’s not got Ethernet as one thing that’s missing on my MacBook. It’ …Shame it’s not got Ethernet as one thing that’s missing on my MacBook. It’d be perfect for me if it did.



Sure, you can get a hub with ethernet, too:
amazon.co.uk/Del…c=1
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MacPhisto12 h, 4 m ago

Sold by YingFu and Fulfilled by Amazon. So for £11.99 on prime worth the …Sold by YingFu and Fulfilled by Amazon. So for £11.99 on prime worth the gamble for those that need one



The only gamble with Prime is the time needed to send it back. If one is not happy, dosh gets refunded without questions.
CampGareth4 h, 29 m ago

Not all USB-C ports support DP alternate mode. Those that do 'video out' …Not all USB-C ports support DP alternate mode. Those that do 'video out' likely use DP (99% chance) but there's also HDMI alternate mode.In your case I'd want to know the make and model of your laptop to know if you have DP alternate mode for sure. Chances are you do, if you look in (windows) device manager, the video adapter section, is the USB hub detected as a USB video adapter? Or does it not exist? If it doesn't exist, it's just passively adapting the DP alt mode signal.USB-C to DP cables are pretty cheap BTW, £7 on amazon


It's a Chinese laptop "Cube thinker i35". I have tried a USB C to DP but it didnt work, but I thought it must have just been the adaptor.
Looks like it's not available anymore
gt4game15 h, 23 m ago

It's a Chinese laptop "Cube thinker i35". I have tried a USB C to DP but …It's a Chinese laptop "Cube thinker i35". I have tried a USB C to DP but it didnt work, but I thought it must have just been the adaptor.


I can't see a reason why your laptop wouldn't do 4K 60Hz over a USB-C to DP cable so... yeah, dodgy adapter maybe? Higher than 1080p requires either thick or short cables to work properly.
Has anyone tried this with a Nintendo switch? Thanks
ohmygod20065 h, 0 m ago

Has anyone tried this with a Nintendo switch? Thanks


Nope it doesn't 😔 just tried.
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