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uk hd pron USB-C Gen 2 Hub Adapter 7-ports - 3X USB-C 10Gbs Gen 2; 3X USB 3.0 5Gbs ports and 1X USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 data 5Gbs It is recommended to match this
uk hd pron USB-C Gen 2 Hub Adapter 7-ports - 3X USB-C 10Gbs Gen 2; 3X USB 3.0 5Gbs ports and 1X USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 data 5Gbs It is recommended to match this
uk hd pron USB-C Gen 2 Hub Adapter 7-ports - 3X USB-C 10Gbs Gen 2; 3X USB 3.0 5Gbs ports and 1X USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 data 5Gbs It is recommended to match this
uk hd pron USB-C Gen 2 Hub Adapter 7-ports - 3X USB-C 10Gbs Gen 2; 3X USB 3.0 5Gbs ports and 1X USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 data 5Gbs It is recommended to match this
uk hd pron USB-C Gen 2 Hub Adapter 7-ports - 3X USB-C 10Gbs Gen 2; 3X USB 3.0 5Gbs ports and 1X USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 data 5Gbs It is recommended to match this
uk hd pron USB-C Gen 2 Hub Adapter 7-ports - 3X USB-C 10Gbs Gen 2; 3X USB 3.0 5Gbs ports and 1X USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 data 5Gbs It is recommended to match this

uk hd pron USB-C Gen 2 Hub Adapter 7-ports - 3X USB-C 10Gbs Gen 2; 3X USB 3.0 5Gbs ports and 1X USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 data 5Gbs It is recommended to match this

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What is uk hd pron USB-C Gen 2 Hub Adapter 7-ports - 3X USB-C 10Gbs Gen 2; 3X USB 3.0 5Gbs ports and 1X USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 data 5Gbs It is recommended to match this?
      Data Speeds: Three 10Gbs USB-C Gen 2 and three 5Gbs USB 3.0 ports. When using all ports simultaneously, the total shared uk hd pron data uk hd pron is 10GbsUSB-C ports will not operate a USB-C uk hd pron monitorUSB-A ports will not support uk hd pron Apple SuperDrive uk hd pron (we recommend using our X40100 USB-C to USB-A Female Mini Adapter to connect your SuperDrive directly to your uk hd pron Mac)So, I'll start right off the bat by saying uk hd pron the 7-in-1 doesn't do what I uk hd pron had uk hd pron intended for to do uk hd pron when I uk hd pron purchased uk hd pron it, which is to be able to be uk hd pron a video uk hd pron hub for my dual uk hd pron Sidetrak monitors. That's uk hd pron completely my fault though, as I didn't uk hd pron read the uk hd pron regular sized print that was uk hd pron right uk hd pron there if I hadn't been too lazy to read it. Aside from that, it's a great power/data hub, small form factor, uk hd pron the cable doesn't feel cheap, and the outer shell feels quite robust. uk hd pron While uk hd pron it isn't capable uk hd pron of doing what I had uk hd pron hoped for, it will still get plenty of use from me.Power uk hd pron Delivery: One USB-C 100W Power Delivery port uk hd pron version 3.0 with pass-thru charging up to uk hd pron 80W output and FRS technology or 5Gbs dataExtended 9 inch nylon braided cable allows hub to uk hd pron lay uk hd pron flat on desk when connected to any Tablet or PC, uk hd pron iPad Pro or iMac Compatible with all uk hd pron Apple products with USB-C and any other computers with USB-C ports Compatible with uk hd pron USB-C smart phones and tablets with OTG supportI uk hd pron was uk hd pron surprised uk hd pron at the price, but it does exactly what it uk hd pron says, reliably. I uk hd pron haven't found this functionality in uk hd pron any other adapter.Thunderbolt 3/4 compatibleI'm uk hd pron a uk hd pron Windows PC uk hd pron guy, at uk hd pron heart, and I never uk hd pron would have considered purchasing a modern closed-system Mac, because I like maximizing my hardware, overclocking everything I uk hd pron can overclock, and expanding uk hd pron my desktop systems at will. Now, uk hd pron i engage in two main activities uk hd pron in life. I teach neuroscience at a local uk hd pron university uk hd pron and I engineer, produce and record electronic music in my home studio. The coincidental uk hd pron occurrence of two events uk hd pron (1) a majority of my uk hd pron students are uk hd pron now using Macbooks uk hd pron and often ask me uk hd pron questions I couldn't answer because of my unfamiliarity with the platform; and (2) the one piece of uk hd pron music software (Alchemy) I knew I needed uk hd pron but wasn't uk hd pron available anywhere but on a Mac uk hd pron running Apple's DAW Logic Pro uk hd pron X; led uk hd pron me to uk hd pron purchase a uk hd pron Mac Mini. The price of the base 8GB/256GB Mini seemed reasonable, but uk hd pron from years of experience uk hd pron handling uk hd pron sample libraries of uk hd pron up to 80-90GB, I knew that 256GB of disk uk hd pron storage just wasn't going to uk hd pron cut it. So, uk hd pron I ended uk hd pron up uk hd pron purchasing the next uk hd pron tier unit 8GB/512GB, and hoped that I could make up for the lack of disk storage uk hd pron by utilizing uk hd pron the uk hd pron Thunderbolt ports. That gets me to the current review....After spending a uk hd pron couple hours uk hd pron looking at uk hd pron expansion devices at Amazon uk hd pron and Newegg, I uk hd pron decided uk hd pron on this device because it had all uk hd pron the ports I wanted/needed and uk hd pron none that I didn't. It has three USB uk hd pron 3.0 uk hd pron ports uk hd pron (5Gb/sec) uk hd pron on the uk hd pron front and three USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gb/s) uk hd pron on uk hd pron the back, and because it had a USB-C plug uk hd pron at the end uk hd pron of its cable that is compatible with uk hd pron the M1 Thunderbolt ports. The USB uk hd pron ports on uk hd pron the uk hd pron front function as uk hd pron you would expect them uk hd pron to (using a Samsung uk hd pron 256GB USB uk hd pron 3.1 uk hd pron Bar Plus flash drive, I get Read speeds in the uk hd pron 250Mbps range uk hd pron and 35Mbps range for uk hd pron writing). However, it is the performance of the 10Gbps uk hd pron ports on the back that make this device so outstanding. uk hd pron Right now, I have three external drives connected to the three uk hd pron USB-C ports. (1) uk hd pron is a 2TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus PCIe Gen 3 NVMe drive in a MOKIN uk hd pron NVMe/SATA 10Mbps enclosure (see my reviews uk hd pron on uk hd pron that uk hd pron enclosure); (2) is uk hd pron a 2TB Samsung T7 uk hd pron Shield portable drive; uk hd pron and (3) is uk hd pron a 2TB Inland uk hd pron Prime PCIe uk hd pron Gen 3 NVMe uk hd pron drive in a GMM 10Mbps enclosure. Note: uk hd pron the Inland is a uk hd pron $150 drive). All three disk setups performed uk hd pron admirably, with the two NVMe-stick uk hd pron varieties performing slightly better. The 5GB stress speeds acquired uk hd pron using Blackmagic Disk Speed Test were uk hd pron for uk hd pron each (1-3) pairing: (1) 763MB/S uk hd pron Write uk hd pron and 692MB/s uk hd pron Read; (2) 740MB/S Write uk hd pron and 603MB/S Read; uk hd pron and (3) 755MB/S Write and 654 Read [Note: uk hd pron these uk hd pron Read/Write numbers are correctly stated, uk hd pron in each instance the uk hd pron drive wrote faster than it read]. While nowhere uk hd pron near the speed uk hd pron of the 256GB Mac internal disk (> 2500MB/S both uk hd pron directions), the speeds for each of the USB-C solutions uk hd pron are adequate for anything but uk hd pron the uk hd pron most uk hd pron intensive uk hd pron (12K) video editing, and much, much more than adequate uk hd pron for any uk hd pron music application uk hd pron (remember uk hd pron when uk hd pron we thought 550MB/S for an internal SATA drive was "incredibly fast" Well uk hd pron each uk hd pron of these solutions is about 40% or more faster. While it is true that it uk hd pron is pretty uk hd pron easy to get above 1500MB/S using a PCIe 4 memory card in an uk hd pron NVMe enclosure with a uk hd pron real Thunderbolt uk hd pron interface. That solution would cost over three times as much and would uk hd pron only be practical if you needed to edit the highest resolution (12K) video.So if you have a Mac that uk hd pron needs to have a uk hd pron disk expansion (and also uk hd pron get three usable uk hd pron USB 3.0 ports to uk hd pron boot) uk hd pron I can't uk hd pron think uk hd pron of uk hd pron a uk hd pron better way to go. Think about it. I added uk hd pron 6TB of high speed disk uk hd pron storage uk hd pron to my uk hd pron Mac M1 for less than $700, and only using one of uk hd pron the two available uk hd pron Thunderbolt ports.I uk hd pron have an uk hd pron Apple Pro Display, which offers uk hd pron three downstream USB-C ports, which uk hd pron simply uk hd pron isn't enough. In addition, uk hd pron I still devices that uk hd pron require a uk hd pron USB-A connection, which only exacerbates the issue. This uk hd pron little wonder not only gives uk hd pron me an addition uk hd pron three uk hd pron downstream USB-C ports (have to account for the fact that it takes up a USB-C on uk hd pron the uk hd pron display), but three uk hd pron downstream uk hd pron USB-A ports as well. The uk hd pron only issue I have uk hd pron with this product the cord uk hd pron to attach uk hd pron it upstream is way too short; fine if uk hd pron you want uk hd pron to treat uk hd pron it like a dongle, but not for a uk hd pron desktop set up.Used it as a hub for 4 new external SSD's- uk hd pron 1-1TB & 3-2TB on an M1 Mac uk hd pron Mini. uk hd pron One 2TB drive, used as a backup, started dismounting sporadically after about 2 weeks. At the 5 uk hd pron week mark, none of the drives uk hd pron can even be seen with the uk hd pron disk utility, so, they cannot be uk hd pron mounted. Talked uk hd pron with support and learned uk hd pron I was overloading the power available uk hd pron from uk hd pron the computer. So, uk hd pron I've order uk hd pron a USB-C power supply and cable to be sure there uk hd pron is uk hd pron plenty of power for 3 uk hd pron drives. uk hd pron Support was great!This uk hd pron is uk hd pron the one uk hd pron product that does uk hd pron what I need uk hd pron it to. uk hd pron Its over priced.Compatible with all Apple products with USB-C and any other computers with USB-C ports, as well as uk hd pron USB-C smart phones and tablets with OTG supportPower: uk hd pron Each USB-A uk hd pron port uk hd pron is 5V/0.9A (4.5W) and uk hd pron each USB-C port is 5V/0.5A (2.5W) uk hd pron power uk hd pron output. When using uk hd pron all the ports simultaneously to uk hd pron charge or uk hd pron power your devices, the total shared uk hd pron power uk hd pron is 15wattsExtended 9 inch nylon braided uk hd pron cable allows hub uk hd pron to lay flat on uk hd pron desk uk hd pron when connected to any Tablet or PC, uk hd pron iPad Pro or iMacThe cable uk hd pron is uk hd pron about uk hd pron 5 inches uk hd pron too short. uk hd pron It has too uk hd pron many hi-speed uk hd pron inputs for not having an external power source. It pulls a lot of power from the source it is plugged into which is not good for laptops or uk hd pron iPad type uk hd pron devices. It functions well though.The hub works well but I've had two uk hd pron problems, one not caused by the device and one maybe a not related to uk hd pron the hub...- uk hd pron I have a Dell laptop that was supplied with a 65W power uk hd pron supply. Apparently uk hd pron the laptop expects all 65W. uk hd pron The uk hd pron hub uses around 8W, so uk hd pron every time I uk hd pron turn on the uk hd pron laptop, it complains about only uk hd pron getting 57W. uk hd pron The laptop seems to run uk hd pron OK but to avoid the error message (and uk hd pron possible problems), make sure your power supply can support the uk hd pron hub's uk hd pron additional power requirements.- I've uk hd pron had uk hd pron problems uk hd pron with the orientation of the USB-C plug. The USB-C uk hd pron connection is not supposed to 'care' about the plug orientation but I've has uk hd pron seen a problem with uk hd pron an attached uk hd pron SSD. The SSD uk hd pron seemed to work OK but the laptop would repeatedly display uk hd pron an error uk hd pron saying it detected an attached USB device that would not uk hd pron work. The uk hd pron error was eliminated by shutting down the computer, turning uk hd pron over the uk hd pron plug, and uk hd pron restarting the laptop.BUT AGAIN... the hub uk hd pron works uk hd pron fine.
      USB-C Gen 2 Hub Adapter 7-Ports - 3X USB-C 10Gbs Gen 2, 3X USB 3.0 5Gbs Ports, and 1X USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 with 5Gbs DataData Speeds: uk hd pron Three 10Gbs USB-C Gen 2 and three 5Gbs USB 3.0 ports. When uk hd pron using all ports simultaneously, uk hd pron the total shared uk hd pron data is 10GbsPower: Each uk hd pron USB-A port is uk hd pron 5V/0.9A (4.5W) and each USB-C uk hd pron port is uk hd pron 5V/0.5A (2.5W) power output. When using uk hd pron all uk hd pron the ports uk hd pron simultaneously to charge or power your devices, uk hd pron the total shared power is 15wattsPower uk hd pron Delivery: One USB-C 100W Power Delivery uk hd pron port version uk hd pron 3.0 with pass-thru uk hd pron charging up to 80W output uk hd pron and uk hd pron FRS technology or uk hd pron 5Gbs uk hd pron dataExtended 9 inch nylon braided uk hd pron cable allows hub uk hd pron to lay flat on desk when connected to any uk hd pron Tablet or PC, iPad Pro or iMacExtended 9 inch uk hd pron nylon uk hd pron braided cable allows hub to lay flat on uk hd pron desk uk hd pron when connected to any Tablet uk hd pron or PC, iPad Pro or iMac Compatible uk hd pron with all uk hd pron Apple products uk hd pron with USB-C and uk hd pron any other computers with uk hd pron USB-C ports Compatible with uk hd pron USB-C smart phones uk hd pron and tablets with OTG supportCompatible with all Apple products with USB-C uk hd pron and any other computers with USB-C ports, as well uk hd pron as USB-C uk hd pron smart phones and tablets with OTG supportUSB-C uk hd pron ports will not operate a uk hd pron USB-C monitorThunderbolt uk hd pron 3/4 compatibleUSB-A ports will not support Apple SuperDrive (we recommend using our X40100 USB-C uk hd pron to USB-A Female Mini Adapter to connect your uk hd pron SuperDrive directly to your Mac)

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Buyer's experience:
      1: I'm a Windows PC guy, at heart, and I never would have considered purchasing a modern closed-system Mac, because I like maximizing my hardware, overclocking everything I can overclock, and expanding my desktop systems at will. Now, i engage in two main activities in life. I teach neuroscience at a local university and I engineer, produce and record electronic music in my home studio. The coincidental occurrence of two events (1) a majority of my students are now using Macbooks and often ask me questions I couldn't answer because of my unfamiliarity with the platform; and (2) the one piece of music software (Alchemy) I knew I needed but wasn't available anywhere but on a Mac running Apple's DAW Logic Pro X; led me to purchase a Mac Mini. The price of the base 8GB/256GB Mini seemed reasonable, but from years of experience handling sample libraries of up to 80-90GB, I knew that 256GB of disk storage just wasn't going to cut it. So, I ended up purchasing the next tier unit 8GB/512GB, and hoped that I could make up for the lack of disk storage by utilizing the Thunderbolt ports. That gets me to the current review....After spending a couple hours looking at expansion devices at Amazon and Newegg, I decided on this device because it had all the ports I wanted/needed and none that I didn't. It has three USB 3.0 ports (5Gb/sec) on the front and three USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gb/s) on the back, and because it had a USB-C plug at the end of its cable that is compatible with the M1 Thunderbolt ports. The USB ports on the front function as you would expect them to (using a Samsung 256GB USB 3.1 Bar Plus flash drive, I get Read speeds in the 250Mbps range and 35Mbps range for writing). However, it is the performance of the 10Gbps ports on the back that make this device so outstanding. Right now, I have three external drives connected to the three USB-C ports. (1) is a 2TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus PCIe Gen 3 NVMe drive in a MOKIN NVMe/SATA 10Mbps enclosure (see my reviews on that enclosure); (2) is a 2TB Samsung T7 Shield portable drive; and (3) is a 2TB Inland Prime PCIe Gen 3 NVMe drive in a GMM 10Mbps enclosure. Note: the Inland is a $150 drive). All three disk setups performed admirably, with the two NVMe-stick varieties performing slightly better. The 5GB stress speeds acquired using Blackmagic Disk Speed Test were for each (1-3) pairing: (1) 763MB/S Write and 692MB/s Read; (2) 740MB/S Write and 603MB/S Read; and (3) 755MB/S Write and 654 Read [Note: these Read/Write numbers are correctly stated, in each instance the drive wrote faster than it read]. While nowhere near the speed of the 256GB Mac internal disk (> 2500MB/S both directions), the speeds for each of the USB-C solutions are adequate for anything but the most intensive (12K) video editing, and much, much more than adequate for any music application (remember when we thought 550MB/S for an internal SATA drive was "incredibly fast" Well each of these solutions is about 40% or more faster. While it is true that it is pretty easy to get above 1500MB/S using a PCIe 4 memory card in an NVMe enclosure with a real Thunderbolt interface. That solution would cost over three times as much and would only be practical if you needed to edit the highest resolution (12K) video.So if you have a Mac that needs to have a disk expansion (and also get three usable USB 3.0 ports to boot) I can't think of a better way to go. Think about it. I added 6TB of high speed disk storage to my Mac M1 for less than $700, and only using one of the two available Thunderbolt ports.
      2: The hub works well but I've had two problems, one not caused by the device and one maybe a not related to the hub...- I have a Dell laptop that was supplied with a 65W power supply. Apparently the laptop expects all 65W. The hub uses around 8W, so every time I turn on the laptop, it complains about only getting 57W. The laptop seems to run OK but to avoid the error message (and possible problems), make sure your power supply can support the hub's additional power requirements.- I've had problems with the orientation of the USB-C plug. The USB-C connection is not supposed to 'care' about the plug orientation but I've has seen a problem with an attached SSD. The SSD seemed to work OK but the laptop would repeatedly display an error saying it detected an attached USB device that would not work. The error was eliminated by shutting down the computer, turning over the plug, and restarting the laptop.BUT AGAIN... the hub works fine.
      3: I have an Apple Pro Display, which offers three downstream USB-C ports, which simply isn't enough. In addition, I still devices that require a USB-A connection, which only exacerbates the issue. This little wonder not only gives me an addition three downstream USB-C ports (have to account for the fact that it takes up a USB-C on the display), but three downstream USB-A ports as well. The only issue I have with this product the cord to attach it upstream is way too short; fine if you want to treat it like a dongle, but not for a desktop set up.
      4: Used it as a hub for 4 new external SSD's- 1-1TB & 3-2TB on an M1 Mac Mini. One 2TB drive, used as a backup, started dismounting sporadically after about 2 weeks. At the 5 week mark, none of the drives can even be seen with the disk utility, so, they cannot be mounted. Talked with support and learned I was overloading the power available from the computer. So, I've order a USB-C power supply and cable to be sure there is plenty of power for 3 drives. Support was great!
      5: So, I'll start right off the bat by saying the 7-in-1 doesn't do what I had intended for to do when I purchased it, which is to be able to be a video hub for my dual Sidetrak monitors. That's completely my fault though, as I didn't read the regular sized print that was right there if I hadn't been too lazy to read it. Aside from that, it's a great power/data hub, small form factor, the cable doesn't feel cheap, and the outer shell feels quite robust. While it isn't capable of doing what I had hoped for, it will still get plenty of use from me.
      6: The cable is about 5 inches too short. It has too many hi-speed inputs for not having an external power source. It pulls a lot of power from the source it is plugged into which is not good for laptops or iPad type devices. It functions well though.
      7: I was surprised at the price, but it does exactly what it says, reliably. I haven't found this functionality in any other adapter.
      8: This is the one product that does what I need it to. Its over priced.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00