This new USB-C multi-port hub acts as a docking station for your Windows 10 laptop
When you use many electronic devices, your office can turn into a messy place with cords all over the place and devices impossible to find when you need them most.
In order to these situations, we recommend a new Multi-Port Hub that acts as a docking station for your Windows 10 computer. The VP6920 Multi-Port Hub is manufactured by SMK-Link Electronics and is a very useful device especially if you’re using an ultra-book or a tablet which have a limited number of ports.
Utilizing a single USB-C port, our new USB-C Multi-Port Hub enables all of the computer connectivity you’ll ever need: providing the options of a desktop docking station in a portable size. Replacing a handful of adapters, the Multi-Port Hub does not require power to supply HDMI, network adapter, SD Card Reader and USB 3.0 connections. Plugged in, however, it also provides power to external USB drives while charging your laptop.
This Multi-Port Hub allows you to connect your USB-C laptop directly to local area networks and view HD and UHD (4K) video via HDMI on external TVs and displays. You can also connect to printers and solid state drives, and capture photographs from SD and Micro SD memory cards.
This new Multi-Port Hub is also ultraportable so you can simply slip in into your bag and head to the next meeting.
The full list of extended ports includes:
- USB-C Charging Port
- HDMI HD Video Port (up to 4K)
- Gigabit Ethernet Port
- Three High-Speed USB3.0 Ports
- SD Memory Card Reader
- Micro SD Memory Card Reader
The VP6920 Multi-Port Hub is available for purchase later this month for $99.99.
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