HT-UC001G Shuttle USB 3.1 Type-C Hub with Power Delivery for Charging, HDMI Output, SD Card Reader and 3 USB 3.0 Ports - Gold

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  • INSTANT EXPANSION: USB Type-C charging port, HDMI Port, 3 x USB 3.0 Ports, SD Memory Card

  • POWER DELIVERY: Charging your laptop while connecting multiple peripherals and transferring data

  • 4K VIDEO ADAPTER: Mirror or extend your screen with the HDMI port and directly stream 4K UHD or Full HD 1080p video to HDTV, monitor or projector

  • USB 3.0 PORTS: Allow you to connect keyboard, mouse, thumb drive to laptop, and access files from an SD card reader

  • MAC-STYLE DESIGN: 2.5D unibody aluminum alloy exterior, ionized finish, reinforced TPE cable coating, and Mac-style LED activity indicator. EMI protection to prevent interfere with wireless devices


type c hub charging
USB 3.0 Ports 3 Ports 3 Ports 3 Ports 3 Ports 4 Ports 4 Ports
SD Card Slot
HDMI Output
USB-C Charging Port
Material Aluminum Aluminum Aluminum Aluminum Aluminum Aluminum
Color Sliver Sliver Sliver Sliver Sliver Gray
Plug Type USB-C Plug USB-C Plug USB-C Plug USB-C Plug USB-A Plug USB-A Plug

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Customer Reviews

    Technical Details

    Model HT-UC001G

    FAQ

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    Can the HDMI port support 4K at 60hz? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: No. 4K@30Hz or 1080p@60Hz.

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    Does anyone know if this unit works with 2016 macbook, i hear apple made some changes that disabled other hubs of this nature? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: I'd also point out that my late 2016 15" MacBook Pro only charges at about 60 watts through this hub rather than the 87 watts you get by plugging the charging cable directly one of the MacBook's USB-C ports.

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    Will this work with power pass-through on the 2016 15" macbook pro that uses a 87w usb-c ac adapter? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: I'm using it with a 2016 15" MacBook Pro. So far so good on the power transfer. Sometimes I have to unplug and replug for it to see my external HDMI monitor, but not the end of the world.

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    To use this powered on my lenovo yoga, would i also need to obtain an apple charger for it? my yoga has a separate charger but not a usb c profile. Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: If your computer has a separate charger plus a USB-C port you don't need a different charger. You can use this adapter without it being powered by a USB-C charger.

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    Can the usb-c port that accepts a charger be used, instead, to connect another usb-c device (such as a video adapter)? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: I tried to connect a video adapter to the usb-c port of the HT-UC001 3 but did not work. The port socket is market with "DC IN", so I believe this is only for powering your device. I am using it with a Macbook.

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    What is the power rating? the new macbook pro requires 85w to charge... most have been only 60w Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: Can't find the specs, but using it for new mac book pro and no problems charging...

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    Can the hdmi port support 2560 x 1440 at 60hz? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: Yes. That is the resolution of my Asus monitor.

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    Does the ht-uc001 heat up while in use? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: If it did, I was not aware of it.

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    I'm having trouble connecting pny 64 gb usb formated to exfat by connecting it to my hoo too connected to my macbook. it doesn't light up at all Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: Bad item. Can't charge ,can't reed data,

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    Can i have 2 portable usb hdd plugged in and will they get enough power from the usb ports? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
    A: I had done so with 2 usbs and the memory card, and it was working properly. It all comes down to the laptop/desktop capacity as well