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3-Port USB 3.0 Hub with Gigabit Ethernet Adapter $13.64 (Exp), USB C to VGA Adapter $12.34 + Delivery @ CableCreation Amazon AU

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CableCreation 3-Port USB 3.0 Hub with RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter 10/100/1000 Mbps, Compatible with PC, Windows, Mac, USB Flash Drives and More Devices

Original Price: $20.99

Now Price: $13.64

Discount: 35% off
Expired Link: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01FJQGB0M

Details:
Big Expansion: turn a single USB port into 3 with Gigabit Ethernet port. Expand utilities with keyboard, mouse, flash drive and other USB based peripherals.USB to Ethernet port allows connection to a computer without a RJ45 port.

Super Speed: built-in with Realtek chipset, USB 3.0 provides a fast data transfer rate up to 5 Gbps, and access to the web at speed up to 1 Gbps through the Ethernet port.

Universal Compatibility: compatible with all Windows, Mac, Linux systems. USB Flash Drives, Keyboard, USB hard driver etc, Backward compatible USB 2.0 / 1.1. Backward compatible USB 2.0 / 1.1. Plug-n-Play, no drivers required.

Please Note: 1. not recommended for charging; 2.not recommended wireless devices due to possible USB 3.0 radio frequency interference; 3. when you attach an external hard drive to the hub,do not attach other devices to it and plug the hub to a USB 3.0 port for sufficient power supply.

Sleek and Portable: small-sized body fits in pocket, purse or bag, ideal product for storage and travel. Green LED indicator makes operation user friendly.

USB C to VGA Adapter, Compatible with MacBook Pro 2019, Mac Mini, Surface Book 2, Chromebook Pixel, Dell XPS 13/15, Yoga 920, Samsung S10 / S10 Plus

Original Price: $18.99

Now Price: $12.34

Discount: 35% off
Link:https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0126ZFTZM

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Comments

  • Does this work with an Android phone?

    • +1

      Hello, could you please info me the specific model of your Android phone?

      • -2

        Seriously?

        • +1

          What's wrong with that? USB-OTG support varies wildly between manufacturers.

    • This has a USB-A connector, so probably not. Android either uses Micro USB or USB-C

      • Many Android devices will run hubs and ethernet devices just fine with a USB-OTG adaptor. Just depends on the phone and the chipset in the hub.

        • You said "Android devices", while the commenter above is asking about Android phones.

          I suspect most phones can't supply the 5V that a hub requires, none of the (cheap) phones I've ever owned had that capability. However a powered hub may get around that limitation. The hub in this deal makes no mention of being a powered hub, so it almost certainly isn't a powered hub.

          • @Russ: What? Every USB port can supply 5V, that's the USB standard. Now the current is another matter. Some Android phones will be able to deliver enough current to run various USB devices, some won't. Depends on the phone and the power draw of the device. My old LG G3 can't do anything more intensive than an Ethernet adaptor or keyboard/mouse. My Pixel phones have been able to run multiple flash drives via an unpowered hub, or run a M.2 SSD no worries.

            The current that can be supplied via the USB port is one of the things that varies greatly between manufacturers and models.

            • @ashanrath:

              Every USB port can supply 5V, that's the USB standard.

              No, the USB standard specifies "host" and "peripheral" roles for devices with USB. Peripherals can't supply power. Phones are USB peripherals when connected to a PC or charger.

              Some phones support USB OTG, which allows the phone to act as a host, but even there, that doesn't guarantee they can supply power.

              Phones usually don't come with a USB OTG cable supplied, for this reason.

              Higher-price phones, like your LG G3 and Pixel, are more likely to support USB OTG and be able to power a connected USB peripheral.

      • Or you can try this USB C to USB Adapter, then connect the USB 3.0 hub, it will work well.

  • Hello, i have a 2013 Macbook pro.

    Can i connect the wired internet to it using this?

    • Says in OP should work with Mac :)

      Is yours USB 3.0?

    • I notice that there are 2 USB 3.0 ports with the 2013 Macbook pro, of course, you can use it.

  • Thanks got one.

    • +1

      Thanks for your support and purchase.
      Just feel free to contact me if there is any question after you receive it.
      Have a nice day!

      • Thank you :)

  • Specifically bought a 2015 MBP for more ports, but still need an Ethernet adapter.

    The boys are gonna take the mickey out of me

    • +2

      Hum…there are two USB 3.0 ports with your 2015 MBP, if you need an Ethernet adapter, just get one.

    • Are the boys a bit simple?

  • The link goes to the wrong product, no Ethernet port, just to 4 port USB

    • I'm so sorry about that. The product with the Ethernet port has been sold out.
      But don’t worry, we will continue to have new deals, or you can follow us so that you can get it at the first time if there are new posts.
      So sorry again.

  • Yes, the link goes to the wrong product, no Ethernet port, just to 4 port USB.

    However different brand but same ports:
    https://www.amazon.com.au/Matters-3-Port-SuperSpeed-Gigabit-...

    • So sorry for your inconvenience. The product is out of stock now, but it will arrive at the Amazon.au warehouse soon.
      Just don't worry.
      So sorry again.