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HyperDrive USB C Hub, Dual Type C Hub Adapter for MacBook Pro 13" 15", 6-in-2 Multi-Port Thunderbolt USB-C Dongle with Gigabit Ethernet, 40Gb/s C-USB 100W, 5Gb/s Type-C 60W PD, 4K HDMI Space Gray

Model Number: GN28N-GRAY

$68.54 USD
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HyperDrive USB C Hub, Dual Type C Hub Adapter for MacBook Pro 13" 15", 6-in-2 Multi-Port Thunderbolt USB-C Dongle with Gigabit Ethernet, 40Gb/s C-USB 100W, 5Gb/s Type-C 60W PD, 4K HDMI Space Gray is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.


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Customer Reviews

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Zain Fathoni
It works well reliably.

The media could not be loaded. All the ports of dongle works well and reliable, with my 4K @ 60Hz external display, plugged using the Thunderbolt port to Display Port. Be aware that the HDMI port only supports 4K @ 30Hz, though. I have never been able to get a 4K @ 60Hz through any HDMI dongle, even with Apple’s official dongle. So I think it’s acceptable.

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Nicola B.
Brilliant solution, plug n play

I've never fully accepted the scarcity of connections on modern MacBooks. Thinner, entry-level models, I understand, but who thought it was a good idea to take everything other than USB-C off a MacBook Pro and fill our bags with dongles and adapters? This dock from Hyperdrive is portable and restores all much needed connectors (including Ethernet). Works out of the box, no driver installation required, which is a bonus. The only minor gripe I have is that the USB-A ports are very tight, and it's almost impossible to unplug a lead without the dock coming off the laptop. As a dock station with all your peripherals connected that shouldn't be a problem, but when plugging in USB keys / drives for temporary use, it can be annoying.

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Lavode
Solid hub that gives a good assortment of ports

Pros: I've been using this hub for about a month now, and have left it plugged into my 16-inch MacBook Pro all that time. I've tested all the ports, and they work as advertized. I haven't been able to test USB 3 speeds, but the USB 2 thumb drive works identically whether connected to the hub, or connected to an Apple Thunderbolt - USB dongle. This will work on either side of the MacBook, taking up the two ports on that side, but since you get one 100W Thunderbolt port, this is not an issue. The second Thunderbolt port is 60W. The hub doesn't make contact with the desk while plugged in, but this is a bonus because the Gigabit port has a trap door that must be raised before you can plug a cable in. Because the hub doesn't fit flush to the table, it means you can use the Ethernet port regardless of which side the hub is plugged into. It is a good, but not perfect color match for the space gray MacBook. It appears to be a shade darker. Cons: The device ships with virtually no documentation. The product description on Amazon is more thorough than what comes with the device. It is pretty easy to accidentally pull the hub out when the HDMI cable is connected, causing disruptions with the video out. I suspect that's true of any of these types of hubs. If you plug it into the right side, it completely covers the headphone port. It's also pricey, costing twice what a lot of other hubs cost. As advertized, the USB ports cannot run a SuperDrive, nor can they charge an iPad. So I still really need a Thunderbolt - USB dongle.

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Read this if you want to attach a 2nd monitor through the 5Gbps usb-c port

I have a Macbook 16" 2019 and since I need to share my inputs and monitor with my gaming desktop, I bought a Displayport KVM so I have to use an usb-c to DP cable to connect my monitor from the 5gbps usb port of the hub (have to leave the 40gbps port for 100W PD) It does not work. My Macbook cannot detect the monitor at all. However if you use the 40gbps port of the hub it will work, which means you will only have 60W PD and it is too low for my Macbook To pinpoint the issue I used an USB-C to HDMI cable to connect the hub from the 5gpbs port to my monitor directly, same situation. Ordered a replacement from Amazon, same issue. Other than this this is a solid product.

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U K K Menon
An attachment Meant for MacBook Air

This is a good product. The only draw back I faced is that it cannot be used with the protective cover on the computer. This is because it directly fits to the computer. I am using now another brand with a chord connection. So if you are using protective covers , this is not the product for you. Alternatively you can use this removing the cover.

HyperDrive USB C Hub, Dual Type C Hub Adapter for MacBook Pro 13" 15", 6-in-2 Multi-Port Thunderbolt USB-C Dongle with Gigabit Ethernet, 40Gb/s C-USB 100W, 5Gb/s Type-C 60W PD, 4K HDMI Space Gray
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HyperDrive USB C Hub, Dual Type C Hub Adapter for MacBook Pro 13" 15", 6-in-2 Multi-Port Thunderbolt USB-C Dongle with Gigabit Ethernet, 40Gb/s C-USB 100W, 5Gb/s Type-C 60W PD, 4K HDMI Space Gray

$68.54 USD
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