A powerful multifunctional USB C Hub is a very important accessory for Apple MacBook users. MacBook series with its 12 Inch display is for those who want the tough performance of MacBook pro with sleek and compact size like MacBook Air and more reasonable price. Like the premium MacBook series, it also comes with retina display, fast CPU, and powerful battery. It also has the latest type of connector, USB C.
Although it is an advancement in technology, the lack of connectivity other than USB C is rather uncomfortable for many MacBook users. Most devices are still using different types of connectors like the older USB 2.0 or 3.0 such as thumb drives, external HDD, and many more. Not to mention different devices or connections require specific port like Ethernet and HDMI. It would be a big hassle to bring different adapters of different connector ports you need to connect with the MacBook notebook computer.
Fortunately, there’s no need to do that kind of hassle anymore. The connectivity issue can be resolved with one compact yet powerful QacQoc GN30H. It is a premium USB C Hub with power delivery designed for the most advanced notebook computer devices like MacBook series as well as other devices with USB C port. It is more than just another USB C adapter but it is the most integrated multifunctional adapter optimized for Type C connector. This hub has 3 USB 3.0 superspeed ports, 1 HDMI out, 1 Gigabit Ethernet port, each one slot for TF and CF type memory card. It definitely has USB C port with capabilities of data transfer and power charging simultaneously. This multifunctional hub is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.2 and above, no driver needed. In short, this is one hub for all.
The features of QacQoc GN30H multifunctional hub are specified as follows:
Multifunctional USB C: USB C slot is capable for power delivery by intelligently identify between 14.5/20 V power. It is suitable to recharge MacBook 12-inch at full speed while simultaneously transfer data using other ports of slots. USB C slot is also capable for high speed data transfer.
SuperSpeed USB 3.0: Three ports of USB 3.0 offer up to 5Gbps data transfer. This transfer speed allows HD video file transferred within seconds.
HDMI port: It offers the most powerful video adapter with 4K Ultra HD at 30GHz and Full HD (1080p) at 60GHz, both with HD audio. Connect MacBook with widescreen display or projector with ease using this port.
Gigabit Ethernet: the ethernet port able to support network speed up to 1000Mbps for lightspeed link-up
QacQoc GN30H USB C Hub has compact minimalist design with aluminum-alloy finishes for sleek elegant look. Four color options are available: gray, silver, gold, and rosegold. Yes, the same color options like MacBook 12-inch. It allows MacBook owners to choose USB hub that perfectly match with their notebook color. QacQoc GN30H package is including the multifunctional hub, USB C cable, and transport bag. It is also covered with 12-month warranty.
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