Use this USB-C Hub to Charge All Your Devices

HyperDriveNowadays, you can charge your smartphone, Bluetooth earbuds or power banks through USB ports.

However, there are not too many ports available to charge all your devices, including your netbook or laptop, at the same time that why gadget owners have been advised to invest in a USB-C hub.

(Read: What Is USB-C?)

Industry-Standard Connector

According to a PC Mag article, “USB-C is the emerging industry-standard connector for transmitting both data and power,” and the USB-C connector was developed by the USB Implementers Forum, which is composed of companies that have“developed, certified, and shepherded the USB standard.”

Apple, Dell, HP, Intel, Microsoft, and Samsung are members of the Forum, which is why USB-C has been accepted by manufacturers of personal computers.

(Read: The Best USB-C Adapters, Cables, and Hubs to Connect Old Accessories to Your New Laptop)

A Hub With 4K HDMI Support

HyperDrive USB-C hub is worth looking at and investing in. It comes with 4K HDMI cable for clear viewing of a movie or clip that’s been streamed or downloaded.

A description of the product states that the hub “expands MacBook’s ports with an HDMI, 2 USB 3.0, and an extra USB Type-C port, all in one place” so a user can charge his or her MacBook right through the hub.”

(Read: Wireless Chargers Are Out; Wireless Chargers with Extra Hubs Are In)

The hub can be carried anywhere and is sturdy and is compatible with a 2015/2016 12″ MacBook, 2016/2017 MacBook Pro, and Chromebook Pixel. It does not support Apple SuperDrive though.

The hub is on sale for $44.99, which is 25 percent off its original price of $59.99.

What’s Next?

HyperDrive’s hub can charge all your devices, including your laptop, at the same time.

What can you say about the product? Share your thoughts by commenting below.

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