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Plugable 7-in-1 USB-C Hub - 4k 60hz, PD 87W, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0, SD Card - $42.71 Delivered @ Plugable Amazon AU


* 2x USB 3.0 ports
* 1x 4K HDMI
* 1x Gigabit Ethernet port
* 1x SD card reader
* 1x microSD card slot
* 1x USB-C PD 87W charging port

HDMI 3840x2160 @ 30Hz (4K 30Hz).
For laptops that support DisplayPort 1.4, this hub supports HDMI displays at up to 4K 60Hz.

2yr Warranty

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.
This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2022

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closed Comments

  • Are there any good hubs that have display port option?

  • Taken from a review:

    * Solid construction, well-built
    * Supports 120Hz @ 1440p
    * Plug and play
    * Able to charge MacBook Pro via PD input

    * Does not work with DisplayPort monitors (via USB-C)
    * Cable is a little too short
    * Runs a little warm (especially when using pass-through) but typical of these dongles
    * LED on NIC port is very bright - had to cover it with electrical tape
    * Pass-through charging is a little hit and miss, hub itself draws quite a bit of wattage. Resorted to plugging charger directly into laptop - defeats the purpose

  • I find all the USBC hubs confusing/hit and miss, but have found the CableCreation brand to be solid. They have a similar but not identical hub currently on sale for $50.99 which have used without any noticeable issues.

    I wouldn't be surprised if they are all the same but really, who knows.


    • cable creation is good quality but could it steal my data or chip that can hack steal my password like the OMG cable

      • Honestly - very scary possibility with some of these hubs. No idea how to combat it really when modern laptops almost mandate you need a hub to use them completely.

        • how do you overcome this issue, branded hubs like belkin are very expensive

      • Why Cable Creations in particular? That is true of most physical devices you connect to your computer, including your computer itself

      • All are made in China nowadays.

        When the war begins and system goes down then you will know.

    • +1

      Anyone know if the plugable (or what seems identical cable creations) USB-C connector surround is plastic or metal?

      Ive got a surface laptop go which can be finicky with the connections if they are bulky… sometimes need to shave the edge of slightly so it can make proper connection.

      • For what its worth… I boguht the Plugable version of this & its got metal connector surround, however seems to fit fine with the angled edge of the Surface Laptop Go.

        Was in use for about 4 hours straight for display to external monitor only (big ass LED stage display, not that it would make any difference), device got warm but not overly hot & functioned without issue. Would assume running USB devices or especially USB-C PD charging through it would cause it to heat up more.

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