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USB C Hub, UtechSmart 6 in 1 USB C to HDMI Adapter with 1000M Ethernet,Power Delivery Pd Type C Charging Port, 3 USB 3.0 Ports Adapter Compatible for MacBook Pro, Chromebook USB…
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Specification: USB C Hub, UtechSmart 6 in 1 USB C to HDMI Adapter with 1000M Ethernet,Power Delivery Pd Type C Charging Port, 3 USB 3.0 Ports Adapter Compatible for MacBook Pro, Chromebook USB…

Package Dimensions

6.3 x 4.02 x 0.87 inches

Item Weight

3.52 ounces

Date First Available

December 22, 2022

Manufacturer

UtechSmart Technology

Country of Origin

China

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10 reviews for USB C Hub, UtechSmart 6 in 1 USB C to HDMI Adapter with 1000M Ethernet,Power Delivery Pd Type C Charging Port, 3 USB 3.0 Ports Adapter Compatible for MacBook Pro, Chromebook USB…

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  1. p o

    It’s a good hub, with good size, good layout, pass thru USB-C charging. I use it often for many hours. Over the last couple years I’ve bought 4 of these because they die on me after a bunch of months of use. I feel I get my money’s worth so I buy’em again.

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  2. Jessica

    Si surriscalda un po’ .. L’ho usato poco ora. Vedremo!

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  3. Larry Richards

    This works great for my 2019 16″ MacBook Pro, the only caveat is that you have to plug in the USB-C power to this hub so that everything works smoothly. Would be nice to be able to use it without power especially on the go.

    On Mac OS the USB devices you have plugged in will randomly stop working for 5-15seconds if you don’t have power through the HUB. On Windows 10/11 (in bootcamp or on a PC) it will give you a warning that the USB hub does not have enough resources unless you power it. Otherwise it is a great device and works amazing to have as a Mini-Dock.

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  4. Josh Barker

    It’s great for HDMI and USB adapting for a laptop with only USB-C ports. I’ve used on both my HP laptop and MacBook. The LAN connection was huge for me. When I’m doing heavy internet usage, I’m now able to plug it into my laptop and have faster speeds. I’ve had it for 3 years and still use it almost daily.

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  5. J. Bigelow

    For dinosaurs like me who still use laptops and prefer to connect to the Interwebs using network cables, this is a must-have accessory. Granted, most things I do on myPad are done via WiFi or cellular signal but there are some things for which I prefer to use a faster, more secure (in my mind if nowhere else) connection, and this multiport makes that possible. The USB ports are bonuses because I also still prefer to save my files to a physical device I control vs “the cloud”…I remember computer networks in the ’80s and ’90s that consisted of “dumb” terminals connected to a mainframe server and find it humorous that “the cloud” has brought that way of working back into being!

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  6. Jordan

    First purchase didn’t last very long. I ordered a second usb hub in hopes that this one last longer. Customer service reached out and told me that it is not common for their product to only last a few months and took care of the issue. If this second purchase lasts longer, I will update to 5 stars.

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  7. AMC

    I gave this 5 stars because even though it isn’t perfect, I think any issues I’ve encountered are more likely a result of the hardware, software, and drivers I’m using.
    TL;DR: It basically works as expected and I can confirm that it doesn’t use DisplayLink.

    I contacted UTechSmart before purchase to confirm if this device used USB-C HDMI Alt-mode instead of a DisplayLink chip. They confirmed it uses the former and said that though they had not tested it with a Pocket 2, if it didn’t work I could return it no questions asked. Bonus points to them for that.
    For reference, I’m using it with a GPD Pocket 2 (late 2018 product refresh using an Intel m3-8100Y CPU), running Windows 10 LTSC 2019 and a mixture of GPD and first-party drivers (mostly direct from Intel and Realtek). This is not how it comes from GPD, and is most definitely NOT a supported configuration by either GPD or Microsoft. I’m using the latest Intel drivers available (26.20.100.7000) from the Intel site.
    The only persistent issue is that on my device, if second-screen mode default (Win+P) is set to duplicate or extend then neither screen will display when the hub is first plugged in. After a few seconds one of the screens will start working again. If the default is second screen only then it will work immediately. Once external display is working, using the Win+P shortcut to switch to duplicate or extend works correctly. This is most likely a Windows or driver issue.
    For reference the Pocket 2 has a 1920×1200 screen that I use at 150% scaling and I mostly used 1920×1080 @100% scale monitors for testing. No HDMI adapters were used and I tested with two different known-good cables. Monitors tested were two Dell S2240L, one LG IPS234, and a Panasonic TCP50GT25. I also tested on a 4k Samsung UN50NU6950 and it reported output 4k@30fps, which is close enough to the Intel UHD 615 spec for HDMI 1.4.
    This hub can function without external power, but if you have problems, try connecting power before you connect it to your computer. When I used it for the first time, it wouldn’t appear to work without external power, but after some unrelated software and driver updates, now it does. For me, this issue was definitely on the host side, not the hub side.
    The network chip is a Realtek RTL8153 USB 3 to gigabit Ethernet adapter. I own several devices that use this chip and it is serviceable, but tends to reset or drop out under sustained gigabit traffic. This is a characteristic of either the chip or Realtek’s drivers, and there isn’t really anything UTechSmart can do about it. (The other common providers of low cost USB->Ethernet chips (e.g. the ASIX AX88179) often have the same problems.) Below max speed, the 8153 works without any problems. As an aside, if you have one of these chips in a standalone usb adapter, you can plug it into a USB 2 port to get a trouble-free 250-350 Mb/s without having to babysit it.
    I haven’t tried stress-testing how much power you can get from the USB 3.0 ports, nor have I tried to saturate the USB-C link with simultaneous video, network, and USB SSD file transfer traffic. It doesn’t really fit my use case for the device, and if doing so didn’t work or caused the hub to drop connection it wouldn’t necessarily be the hub’s fault anyway.
    One feature of the GPD Pocket 2 is that it can charge from any 5V source, not just from a USB-C PD charger. So I tried to power the hub with a regular USB power bank that can output 5V@1.8A (Soshine E3S). When charging directly, the Pocket 2 increases current draw until the voltage begins to sag below 5V. This is normal behavior and prevents the device from pulling too much current from the charger. But when I power the hub and indirectly charge the device, the power bank’s over-current protection immediately trips. For whatever reason, the hub prevents the Pocket 2 from noticing the voltage drop in time to prevent a fault. A higher output 5V source, or a proper USB-C PD power bank would probably work just fine. It’s just too much for a smaller power bank.
    So in summary it works well, the price ($40 at time of purchase) is competitive with other similar products, and if I needed another I would start looking at UTechSmart first.

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  8. Dave Snow

    Es un buen producto que te permite agregar más puertos a una computadora portátil.

    La velocidad de Internet por cable es buena y el diseño a través de HDMI también es decente.

    El único problema es que se calienta un poco con algo de uso.

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  9. Eye View

    The UtechSmart USB C Ethernet Multiport Adapter is a great small and versatile tool. I use it to connect my Android phone or tablet to an HDMI display that is not a smart device. I primarily use it in my kids’ room to watch Netflix or YouTube videos on the larger screen, or in our travel van where I have a display for the kids to watch TV while on long travels.

    I love this tool because it eliminates the need for DVDs, which can get scratched and the kids get tired of watching the same movies. With this tool, I can connect their device to the display, and they can watch everything together on the display and listen through my van speakers.

    The tool also has other great benefits that I use with my Mac, such as the ability to connect USB devices for external storage, connect to an HDMI display, or connect to Ethernet cables. This is a great tool to have in your computer bag, especially if you use a Mac or any other computer with a USB C port.

    Pros:
    Small and lightweight
    Versatile
    Easy to use
    Affordable
    Works with a variety of devices

    Cons:
    The HDMI port only supports 4K output at 30fps
    The Ethernet port does not support Gigabit speeds
    Overall:

    I highly recommend the UtechSmart USB C Ethernet Multiport Adapter. It is a great tool for anyone who needs to connect their devices to a variety of displays or peripherals.

    Overall, I am very happy with the UtechSmart USB C Ethernet Multiport Adapter. It is a great product that I would recommend to anyone.

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  10. Alessia

    Prodotto buono e utile, ottima qualità prezzo! Consiglio l’acquisto

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