This was posted 3 months 13 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Novoo 6 in 1 USB C Hub $33.99 Delivered @ Wellmade Brands AU via Amazon AU

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Will hopefully go with the XPS-13 I just bought on a previous deal. Lowest price as far as I can see.

About this item

Instant Expansion: 6-in-1 USB Type C Hub equipped with USB-C Power Delivery port (PD), 60W([email protected]), up to support Apple original 87W PD adapter; 2 x USB-A 3.0 ports, HDMI 4K port, Micro SD / TF card reader slot and SD card slot. Easily expand USB-C devices and fulfill your daily use

4K Video Adapter: 4K HDMI port enables you to mirror or extend the display of your laptop to your TV, monitor or projector in up to 4K UHD ([email protected]) resolution, support 1080p/23.98/24/50/59.94/60HZ, 1080i/50/59.94/60HZ, 720p/50/59.94/60HZ

Multifunction compatibility: all new MacBook / MacBook Pro / iPad Pro with USB-C ports,DELL XPS15, HP Spectre X360, Google Chromebook Pixel, Lenovo Yoga 900 / 910, Samsung Tablet, Microsoft 910, Huawei Matebook, HP Elite x 2 1012, DELL XPS13-93, ASUS ZENBOOK 3, HP TPN-Q178, Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, LG G5 G6, Lumia 950 and many more.

USB 3.0 Ports at 5 Gbps: allow you to connect keyboard, mouse, thumb drive to your laptop; provide high-speed transfer rate of up to 5Gbps

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    I have heard 30hz is horrible. Do any of these support [email protected] on a MacBook?

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      The ones that are a few hundred. These are fine if you do less than 4K.

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      I have the Plugable USB C hub (https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08NXV94QM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_f...) and it deffo does 4k60 (and HDR!) on a M1 MacBook Air. The caveat is that the computer needs to have DisplayPort 1.4, otherwise it will only do 4k30.

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        I stand corrected. Thanks for sharing!

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        Thanks for posting Op.
        I spent the extra and got this one though for my son at Uni. So if you hadn’t posted I wouldn’t have seen the 4K comments. He does some rendering of chemistry stuff at home.
        Hopefully the bright LED won’t be an issue. Maybe he can just tape over it or something?
        So thank you both.

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          To be honest I had never plugged in the Ethernet to check the LED brightness as I'm so rarely near a wired network. I just tried it, and it's not so much the brightness of the LED that makes it harsh, its that its pure, retina-burning white. Luckily it only lights up when a cable is connected.

          The only thing thats a bit of a bummer on most USB C hubs (3-4 tried so far) is the amount of heat they generate, and thus power they consume. I plug mine in at work at about 9am and my MacBook Air will last until about 4pm before needing power. From what I've read it's because most of the cheap hubs use resistor banks to dissipate excess energy instead of using a switched power supply. That is likely where more expensive hubs stand out?

          I keep handy an old 4-port USB 3 hub with per port power switches and a USB C adaptor for when I need to really conserve power.

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    30hz is horrible, stay away from this one

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    Not everyone has a 4K monitor.