Icybox 2 Port USB Type-C to USB 2.0 Type-A Hub IB-HUB1201-C
ICY BOX Dual Port USB 2.0 Type-A hub with USB Type-C host interface
By DPD On 19th Feb 2019
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The IB-Hub1201-C is a new USB 2.0 Adapter from Type-C™ to 2x Type-A. The IB-Hub1201-C is super slim designed in mini size. With the adapter you can connect your current USB Type-A devices and many popular USB accessory devices to a MacBook or other computer with USB Type-C™ port.
• Premium Aluminium housing.
• USB 2.0 Type-C™ (male) to 2x Type-A (female).
• 2 port USB 2.0 up to 480 Mbit/s.
• Supports OTG for mobile devices.
• Non-rotating USB Type-A interfaces – connect your USB plugs in two directions.
• Supports Plug & Play. Features The new standard
USB Type-C™ ports have two distinct advantages over the existing forms. They are smaller and therefore ideal for thin laptops and mobile devices and it is no longer necessary to insert the connector in a particular orientation. It always fits and thus saves the user a lot of small annoyances when connecting devices.
Two USB Type-A devices can be connected to the IB-HUB1201-C; You can use a mouse and a keyboard on a single USB Type-C™ connector for example.
The two USB Type-A connectors - as well as the Type-C™ connection - are twist-proof. This means the plug will always fit on the first attempt, no matter what you want to.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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