3 Port, USB-Type C to HDMI-4K/USB3.1/USB-C Multi Hub PC/MAC
PQI R7 Mobility, 3 Port, USB 3.1 Type C to HDMI-4K/USB3.1/USB-C Multi Hub PC/MAC
By DPD On 13th Dec To 17th Dec
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Compatible Type C™ NB
With a Type-C™ and USB3.1, you can transfer data and charge your laptop at the same time! Suited for laptops with Type-C™ interface devices such as LG G5, HTC 10, Lumia950, Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8+, Apple MacBook, Chromebook, Dell etc.).
3 Interface Types: Expand to Enjoy
Laptops with Type-C™ have limited expansion interfaces. The USB-C 3-Port Hub solves this issue by providing 3 interfaces for users to utilize accordingly.
4K Resolution via HDMI
Connect the Hub to your laptop's Type-C™ port, plug in the HDMI connector to the hub and the other end into a 4K compatible display device to enjoy high resolution entertainment.
Support USB3.1 High Speed Transfer
The USB3.1 offer high speed transfer unparalleled to previous USB2.0/ 1.1 specifications. It dramatically reduces large data transfer time and provides instant data access!
Rugged Interlaced Composite Fibre
The cable is covered in interlaced composite fibre. It is more resistant to external pulls, prevents electrical leaks and extends lifespan usage.
Need Not Worry About Plugging in the Wrong Way
The Type-C™ interface design allows for reversible plug in so users need not worry about plugging in the wrong way. Simply plug in your device and enjoy! Features • Dimensions: 75mm x 37mm x 14mm
• Weight 48g± 5g
• Warranty One year
• Interface Connector Interface / Input:USB 3.1 Type-C ™
• Connector Interface / Output : Type C™x1 (PD charger only), Type A USB3.1 Gen 1 x1, HDMI x1
• Data Transfer Rate: 5Gbps
|Specification||USB 3.1 Type-C to USB 3.1 G1 A+C & HDMI Multi Hub|
|Connector From||USB 3.1 (C)|
|Connector To||HDMI (F), USB3.1 G1 A (F), USB-C (PD charger only)|
|Total Weight||48+/-5 g|
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:
- 12 months
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