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HooToo USB C Hub, 6 in 1 USB C Adapter, USB C Dongle with 4K to HDMI, 100W PD Charging Port, 3 USB 3.0 Ports, SD Card Reader, USB-C Hub for MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, XPS More Type C Devices
6-in-1 USB-C Hub: Macbook or Type-C laptop's USB-C expansion to 6 ports (3 USB, 1 HDMI port, 1 PD charging port, 1 SD card reader) all these come from a USB-C portVivid & Clear 4K Video: 4K video @ 30Hz or 1080p video @ 60Hz output through the HDMI port, can be used for conference projection, computer expansion, etcTransfer Data in Seconds: 3 USB 3. 0 ports transfer movies, music and files at up to 5Gbps, which is 10 times faster than USB 2. 0. The SD card reader accesses photos and media at a transmission speed of up to 480Mbps, which is not only suitable for photographers but also designers100W PD Charging: The 100W power transfer charging port enables the USB-C adapter hub to charge your new MacBook Pro or Type-C laptop at high speedExtensive Adaptability: Compact and portable advanced 6-in-1 USB C hub supports Windows, Mac, Unix, Chromebook OS system and almost all Type-C devices, such as MacBook/Pro/Air/IMAC/iPad Pro/XPS/ Chromebook and more
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28 Reddit comments about HooToo USB C Hub, 6 in 1 USB C Adapter, USB C Dongle with 4K to HDMI, 100W PD Charging Port, 3 USB 3.0 Ports, SD Card Reader, USB-C Hub for MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, XPS More Type C Devices:

u/MemyselFishness · 22 pointsr/gaming

That cable doesn't provide power.

This $60 splitter hub is more equivalent device. Note that it doesn't get power from a separate source, but instead right from the laptop that is sending/receiving signal.

While the dock may be a bit overpriced. It comes with an extra official power supply and the new dock. More importantly, Nintendo gives you one of these when you buy a Switch.

u/sparksdls · 4 pointsr/iPadPro

I use this one with my 2018 12.9 Pro and it works great -

Side note - I use this 90 degree USB-C cable adapter to keep the hub from dangling when I use the iPad in a standing case -

u/jkravny · 3 pointsr/macbookpro

I have this.. after much research.

A lot of complaints about the ones that just directly attach and hang on the side is they overheat. This one doesn't.

u/smackythefrog · 3 pointsr/mac

I would recommend the HooToo hub from Amazon. It's $60 and has HDMI, SD (no microSD), 3 USB and a USB-C. If you need the microSD, the Satechi is a good option but it's $100. It looks better and feels a bit more solid, but it clamps on to the side of your Mac and uses 2 USB-C ports. It gives you two back in the adapter but it's awkward to use if you use your machine in your lap since your leg can apply stress to the adapter while plugged in. That had me a bit paranoid.

I had the Satechi at first but returned it for the HooToo since I didn't need microSD and it wasn't as flexible.

This is the HooToo. Only uses one port and the flexible wire is a huge plus. Works for all current MacBook models. The Satechi wouldn't work on a MacBook, unless Satechi has another, smaller model.

u/cr0ft · 3 pointsr/lgg5

I've only tried one, but it works fine, with the exception of the card reader.

u/sylocheed · 2 pointsr/PixelBook

This one works on my Pixelbook:

u/nomadwannabe · 2 pointsr/emulation
u/n30p1r4t3 · 2 pointsr/mac

The hootoo adapter has SD card, Three USB As, one C (so you can also charge), and HDMI. It's by far the best one for me.

USB C Hub, HooToo Shuttle 3.1 Type C Hub with Power Delivery for Charging, HDMI Output, Card Reader, 3 USB 3.0 Ports - Space Gray

u/DeliciousGorilla · 1 pointr/battlestations

I'm using the Apple Multiport Adapter for power, HDMI (for the TV), and connection to my USB switch. The USB switch is connected to this Anker USB-A hub.

There's a bunch of options for USB-C hubs on Amazon. I've been using this HooToo hub at the office for a year now and it works fine.

u/titleunknown · 1 pointr/macbookpro

What devices are you using with it? I could be slow drive or media? Does yours have a detachable cable? It could be a 2.0 spec cable.

I use this one with no issues.

u/the_greatdisaster · 1 pointr/finalcutpro

This is the one I'm using

I just bought a Cable Matters USB C Printer Cable (USB C to USB B/USB-C to Printer) in Black 6.6 Feet from amazon. I was hoping connecting it directly from the amp to the Macbook could make it work. Yeah. I made sure that the input for the mic was selected in system preferences/ Audio and in voice recorder. How do you have your's setup?

u/darealkiller · 1 pointr/photography

I use this one at work. I’m pretty happy with it as it has quite a few ports and isn’t that expensive

u/cm357374 · 1 pointr/computers

Really just to leave my keyboard/mouse connection in and a thumb drive/external hard drive if needed. My laptop will theoretically be close on a stand in this configuration, so I'd rather not be putting a million things into it directly every time I wanted to work on the monitors.

u/xXDanger_ZoneXx · 1 pointr/computers

Looking at all the products being listed, they all will mirror the image which wasn't your goal, correct? The Cable Creation will extend the screen on Windows 10, but it looks like it won't do that for MacBook Pros. The HooToo product will just mirror the screen, but will give you additional USB ports. The ORIE just does the same as the Cable Creation.

u/LeoPanthera · 1 pointr/applehelp

Apparently USB-C hubs are difficult. Because the pins can be reconfigured per device, you can't combine devices together, unless the device supports passthrough.

Best bet is to switch to A-C cables where possible, and use a C-A hub like this one.

u/mjallemand · 1 pointr/macbookpro

Oh look at this, it's one adapter that has the USB port you're looking for in addition to power passthrough and an HDMI port for good measure, plus a few extra USB ports, and heck even a SD & MicroSD card reader plus ethernet and even an extra 3.5mm jack for audio output for some reason.

And here's one for $20 less should you not need ethernet or the SD card slots.

u/SchruteFarms_Inc · 1 pointr/rit

This situation is different for everyone but for me the transition wasn't bad. For the monitor in my room I bought an HDMI to USB C cable so there's no need for an adapter. For the cases where I need an adapter for USB 3 to C, I bought two of these. They also have a bunch of flash drives that have USB C on one end and 3 on the other. If you think you'll need more than this you can just get a hub like this one and keep it in your backpack.

I rarely find myself using these though and the new version of Xcode allows me to upload apps to my phone wirelessly which helps.

u/coolioe93 · 1 pointr/macbook

I haven't had any issues yet. Although I still have 60 days to buy AppleCare and I probably will eventually within the 60 days....just because it's a new design and I don't want any issues down the road.

I bought this hootoo hub from amazon and its been working really well for me.

USB C Hub, HooToo USB C Adapter 3.1 with Type C Charging Port, HDMI Output, Card Reader, 3 USB 3.0 Ports for MacBook Pro 2015/2016, Google Chromebook 2016 and more USB C Devices – Space Gray

u/mithrang · 1 pointr/SonyAlpha

you could try this cable belkin-usb-c-to-micro-b-charge-cable-usb-20

or use a use a usb hub then plug into that.

u/lec0rsaire · 1 pointr/mac
u/poppa_swamp · 1 pointr/macbookpro

Yeah it should. I went with a HooToo.

You can always return if you need to.

u/szupreme · 1 pointr/musicproduction

I got one of these:

HooToo USB C Hub, 6-In-1 USB C Adapter with 4K USB C to HDMI, 3 USB 3.0 Ports, SD Card Reader, Pd Charging Port for MacBook/Pro/Air (2018),Chromebook,And More USB C devices (Grey)

And a similar one from Satechi as a backup.

You can run power through it if needed.

I put some Velcro strips on them and on the bottom corners of the back of the screen (Afrojack style) so you can fasten the dongle and not worry about the thing hanging off the side.

Note, these dongles tend to get quite hot.

No other issues so far.

u/PanguGamer · 1 pointr/mac

Another option is the HooToo USB C Hub. It’s a lot cheaper that other recommendations but only has 3USBs, 1SDXC, Charge Passthru, and HDMI capable of 4K output. It works good for me so I suggest u check it out. It’s around $40 usually but is sometimes on sale.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/macsetups

I am in this exact same situation right now. I was looking at the Henge dock but it doesn’t actually expand the ports, so I would still need more adapters. I think I might try this:

MacBook stand

With this HooToo USB C hub

But I cant decide on a monitor set up. Whether I want a single monitor or dual, curious what mo it or you are thinking of.