i-tec USB-C Metal Charging HUB 7x USB 3.0 + Power Delivery 60W
Elegant metal design, seven quick-charging USB ports and option to supply a laptop/tablet with up to 60 W. The ideal solution if your laptop or tablet does not have enough USB ports. The hub can give you its utmost when connected to USB-C charging; not only will the hub power your laptop/tablet, but the USB ports themselves will then provide quick charging (as well as data transfer, of course) to a connected phone, tablet etc.
- 1x USB-C port for connecting to a device with a USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 (33 cm USB-C connecting cable is included)
- 1x USB-C PD port (power delivery only)
- 7x USB 3.0 port with quick charging support (BC 1.2)
- LED indication (blue LED)
- OS: Windows 10, macOS X, Linux, Android, Chrome OS
- Product dimensions 86 x 86 x 14 mm
- Product weight 91 g
- Package dimensions: 69 x 100 x 26 mm
- Package weight: 182 g
- Device with a free USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 port
- Windows 10, macOS X, Linux, Android, Chrome OS
- i-tec USB-C Metal Charging HUB 7 Port
- USB-C cable (33 cm)
- User manual
Elegant metal design, quick-charging USB ports and option to supply a laptop/tablet with up to 60 W. The product is an ideal accessory for any user whose laptop or tablet does not feature a sufficient number of USB ports, thus preventing comfortable or simultaneous connection of all the necessary devices such as HDD/SSD, flash drives, mobile phones, digital cameras, MP3 players, printers etc.
This hub offers 7 USB 3.0 ports with Plug & Play and BC 1.2 USB charging. The hub automatically detects whether a device for USB charging is connected. Thanks to the placement of the ports, you will have sufficient space to connect even larger devices or devices with a more sizeable connector. The USB 3.0 interface is particularly important for data transfer from USB 3.0 memory cards and flash drives, where its high transfer speed will find the most use.
The hub works flawlessly even when used without a USB-C charger connected. In that case, however, it will not power your laptop/tablet, nor will it be able to provide quick-charging (for a mobile phone, for instance) using the BC 1.2 standard, i.e. 10 W.
The hub can give you its utmost when connected to USB-C charging (ideally with at least 60 W, though 85 W or 100 W are recommended). In that case, not only will the hub power your laptop/tablet, but the USB ports themselves will provide quick charging (at least two ports will have this capability, depending on the USB-C charger’s input power).