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[Waitlist] HEYMIX USB C Dual HDMI + PD Hub Adapter $34.99 Delivered @ AU SELECT Amazon AU


This is part of a lightning deal and also has a 35% off coupon available (tick the checkbox on the product page).

No ethernet, audio or displayport for those looking for these features specifically.

RRP is apparently $89.99, camels say average is around $54, all time low is $34.39 (Dec 2020).

4 star off 38 reviews

HEYMIX USB C Adapter Type c hub, Dual HMDI Port, PD Charging, USB 3.0 Ports, Micro Sd/SD Card Reader, MST Available New MacBook 12, MacBook Pro, Dell XPS 13, Google Chromebook (Triple Displays for Windows Only )

  • Triple Display 8 in 1 Massive Hub: HEYMIX USB C adapter has 2 x 4K HD video output port MST Triple Screen Available(Windows Only), 3 USB 3.0 ports, 1 Type-C PD Charging with Max 87W, TF and SD Card reader. No driver required. Plug and play.
  • Dual HDMI 4K Output: HEYMIX USB C Dual HDMI Adapter allows MACOS to mirror or expand to 2 monitors, TVs, projectors simultaneously with resolution up to [email protected] Windows supports triple display screens(one for HDMI 1, one for HDMI 2, one for your laptop) in expand mode, Bring you triple efficiency.
  • 3.0 SuperSpeed USB C Dock: Type C hub combined with 3 USB 3.0 Ports, one SD and one TF card reader can transfer large files, videos and other data with up to 5Gbps speed.
  • Fast Power Delivery: Usb-C hub Supports PD charging at Max 87W(20V/3A), charge your MacBook Pro or Google Chromebook and other Type-C port devices with a power delivery while connecting multiple peripherals for a worry-free data transfer.Choose HEYMIX USB C 8 in 1 Hub as your powerful work or entertainment companion.
  • Free Return & AU Stock: Heymix provide stocks in Australia to provide effecient delivery, and free return full money back Guarantee.
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  • -3

    No ethernet, no deal…

    • +2

      No bold, no jv

      Where is the real JV?

  • PD charging at Max 87W(20V/3A)

    Not sure how 20V/3A could make 87W

  • Lightning deal all gone

  • Is heymix a good brand for the hubs
    what about others like Wavlink, Haribol, anker etc?
    (or the no-name brands in most computer shops)
    which brand do people get?

    • I have had good results with Anker in the past, not tried their usb hubs though.
      I bought a cheap vava a while back and the SD card reader didn't work, should send it back I guess.
      I bought a wavlink today, can report back tomorrow if it works.
      Power, hdmi, display port, Ethernet etc.

      • Thank you very much

        It just gets very confusion with all the different brands etc.

        All I need is USB + card reader. I have HDMI etc on my laptop already.

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