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3-in-1 USB Type C Hub Adapter HDMI 4K-USB 3.0-USB Multi port Converter

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3-in-1 USB Type C Hub Adapter to HDMI 4K-USB 3.0-USB Multi port Converter USB C Fast Charging Port

Brand: Logico
Condition: New

-3-in-1 Multiport Hub: Lets you connect your USB Type-C device such as a MacBook or ChromeBook to an HDMI display. Lightweight: The USB Type-C Hub works everywhere it is easy to carry in your bag or pocket thanks to its compact structure. The USB C Hub Charges your devices with their original chargers while hub is in use.
-HDMI Port: Allows you to mirror your USB Type-C device display to your HDMI-enabled TV. Plug and play without extra driver Mirror your MacBook display to your HDMI-enabled TV or Display.
-USB 3.1 Port: Work with devices such as keyboard mouse flash drive or a USB cable for syncing and charging cellphone or other devices. USB 3.0 Technology supports max current 0.9A providing you high speed transmission up to 5Gbps. Backwards compatible with USB2.0. Transfer your data easily.
-USB-C Port:Charging laptop through Type-C female interface 5W-60W automatically adaptive. Supply power upward to the main Type-C output device
-Compatibility: Compatible with the MacBook 2016 Chromebook Pixel and other devices with USB type C.HDMI Output only support Mac OS X Chrome OS and Windows.

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