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8-in-1 USB C Hub [email protected] HDMI, Ethernet, 2 USB Port, SD/TF Card, 87W PD $31.41 Delivered @ HARIBOL Amazon AU


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Triple Display USB C HUB with 2 HDMI [email protected], 8 in 1 USB-C Laptop Docking Station with 87W PD, 3 USB3.0, SD/TF Card Reader for iPad MacBook Air Pro Samsung and More (Triple Displays Only for Windows)
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  • +4

    Why does it say [email protected] in the title, but only [email protected] in the description

    • +1

      I feel this is the reoccurring question for everyone in regards to these hubs. The general rule of thumb seems to be that if there’s a USB port on the hub, the best you’ll get is 4K 30hz. I don’t know why sellers advertise 60hz for these…
      Netrunner will likely clarify on this. Something about constraints around DP1.2

    • I believe it might be possible to get 4K 60hz if you connect a single monitor on some of these devices as there is simply not enough bandwidth to supply multiple 4K monitors at 60Hz… I don't see where it confirms this but i have seen some adaptors that do specify single monitor 60hz dual monitors 30hz…

      I also think you can get some more expensive 'thunderbolt' devices that will allow for multimonitor at 60hz but your device needs to support thunderbolt (same connector as USB-C) and will allow for significantly more bandwidth…

      FYI: I was going to pull the trigger and give it a go when I noticed the network is only 10/100 (why….) anyway I need gigabit so no deal for me…

    • It is [email protected], the description is other product and it is also 8 in1, but not the same.

      • Do you know if the network is gigabit as well? the images say 10/100 but I'm sure that must not be right either?

        I've grabbed one any way to check out but I'm sure it will help with sales if you correct those few details on the listing…

    • It's very common for this particular type of listing. The rep wants to sell / list multiple products. So, for the first product, the description is actually on the title itself.

  • +6

    Had brought 2 of these hubs previously. Both fried after a couple of weeks with one being use for display only (no power pass through). The only good thing is the speedy refund process.

    Just a head up.

  • +1

    I have this running 4k 60hz on an X1 yoga 4gen, gets fairly hot though so not sure how long it will last

  • I've been using one of these for the past month and it works great, but as of this morning the USB-C output port seems to have broken.

    Would happily pay more for a more reliable version of this product, but only ever see these ~$30 options that all look identical.

    • The code is 7WRCISX8 +10% coupon, the final price is $23.40

  • Willing to try out the Switch dock at this price. Will be good to have as an option on another TV.

  • https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002191574263.html?spm=a2...

    Are these all the same? Happy to support Australian suppliers but just checking so specs and reviews can be compared before deciding which one to buy. Thanks.

    • If I want to be cynical, then I would ask:

      • Is it HDMI 4K/30Hz or 4K/60Hz? Also, given the nature of these Hubs, if you use Samsung S9, S10, S20, S22, you can at best get 4K/30Hz even if the hub supports 4K/60Hz
      • Is RJ45 in the specs 10/100 or gigabit ethernet?

      Is this hub really a better buy??? As we now have some feedback on this hub, you can tell what some of the previous owners feel about them. They might all look the same on the outside, but there appear to have some differences. Some work with Google TV, some work with Switch, but a lot of them don't. Reliability is also a big question mark. All these hubs cannot perform 100% passthrough so how much current drop at each common voltage level might matter.

  • Will this work on surface chrome

  • Hi rep,
    Will this work on Switch OLED?

    • Bought it on Saturday, and arrived on Sunday.
      Tried with Switch OLED and IPad Pro, it works perfectly.
      The only issue is the unit is a little bit warm within 15 minutes.

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