PQI 6 in 1 USB-C to HDMI-4K 2xUSB3.1 SD USB-C Gigabit Ethernet
PQI R7 Mobility 6 in 1 USB-C to HDMI-4K/2xUSB3.1/SD/USB-C/Gigabit Ethernet Multi Pro Hub
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Works with every computer with a USB Type-C port
Indispensable companion to any computer with a USB Type-C port. It's compatible with macOS, Windows 7/8/10/2003/2000/ME, Linux and even Chrome OS computers – no driver software required.
Access / Transfer Data and Charge Device Simultaneously
Have you ever been transferring data and half way through, you realize your laptop is about to run out battery? 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.).
Multiple Interface Types for You to Work and Play!
Laptops with Type-C™ have limited expansion interfaces. The USB-C 6-Port Multi Pro Hub offers 5 interface types, Ethernet, Type-C™, USB3.1, SD and HDMI. It turns your laptop into a multitasking workstation with various expansion options!
Use LAN Ethernet for Stable and Fast Connection
Wi-Fi internet is essential for modern day mobile devices but when the environment you're in does not allow it due to poor reception, interference, etc. Then through the hub, you can use the good old RJ45 cable for a stable LAN connection!
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!
It can also be used as a card reader
It can also be used as a card reader. Just plug in the SD card (micro SD card requires an SD card adapter) to access data stored on the card.
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: 116mm x 46mm x 16mm
• Weight: 83g± 5g
• Interface: Connector Interface / Input:USB 3.1 Type-C™
• Connector Interface / Output: Ethernet (RJ45)x1, Type C™x1 (PD charger only), Type A USB3.1 Gen 1 x2, SD Memory Cardx1, HDMI x1
• Data Transfer Rate: USB3.1: Max 5Gbps, SD 2.0: Max 48Mbps
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