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HooToo USB C Hub, 8-in-1 USB C Adapter with 4K HDMI, USB 3.0 Ports, 1Gbps Ethernet Port, SD/TF Card Readers and 100W Pd Charging Port for MacBook/Pro/Air, Type-C Laptops and More
- Massive expansion Meets all your needs: HooToo USB-C hub comes with 4K HDMI port, 2xUSB 3.0 & 1xUSB 2.0, RJ45 Ethernet port, PD charging port and SD/TF 3.0 card readers. In addition to laptops, the USB-C dock is compatible with most Type-C Cell Phones
- 4K UHD video brings cinema-like visuals: the HDMI port supports 4K@30Hz or 2K@60Hz. You can use the USB-C to HDMI Adapter to mirror or extend your device's screen and enjoy crystal-clear 4K UHD or full HD 1080P videos on HDTV, secondary monitors, or projectors
- 5Gbps data transfer speeds: the USB 3.0 Ports and SD/ TF 3.0 card slots can transfer music, movies, large files and more in seconds at speeds up to 5 Gaps. The extra USB 2.0 port is the best connection option for wireless mouse and keyboard. Moreover, the PD charging port supports 100W power pass-through which allows you to charge your laptop while using other functions
- Stable and speedy Ethernet allow you to plug-and-play: the RJ45 Ethernet connection is more stable and speedy for you to download when working or gaming. You can access instant Ethernet at up to 1000Mbps.
- Longer Warranty time: you will get 12-months Warranty for each HooToo USB-C dongle. Additionally, Please feel free to Contact us for an extra 18 months warranty
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Windows OS, Mac OS, UNIX (Linux), Chromebook OS
Please Note: Some earlier versions of laptops, tablets and operating systems
May not support this usb c dongle, please contact us to get the latest driver.
Examples of these include: Windows XP, 7, 8, Mac 10.6-Mac 10.9, Linux.
Huawei P30, Mate20, Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus, S10/S10 Plus, Note8, Note9
Google Pixelbook or other C port Chromebook
Apple MacBook/Pro (2016/2017/2018)
Apple iMac/iMac Pro (21.5 inch, 27 inch)
Apple MacBook Air 2018
Microsoft Lumia 950/950XL
Type-C devices based on standard protocol (USB3.1& PD3.0& DP1.2)
Data Transfer compatible, not pass-through charging compatible with:
Asus ZenBook3 / Transformer3 Pro
Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16
What’s in the box:
1 x HooToo portable hub(HT-UC009)
1 x warranty card
1 x User guide
- Does not compatible with iPad Pro 2018, Asus ZenPad 3S.
- USB port provides a minimal output, we don't recommend for charging iPads, tablets or smart phones via USB Slots.
- Supports multiple flash drives, but can only support one external hard drive at any time due to the power.
- HooToo USB-C multiport adapter is based on Type-C standard PD 3.0 protocol.
If your adapter and laptop cannot support the PD 3.0 protocol, plugging and unplugging the PD cable
may lead to data loss and connection termination. We recommend using your original manufacturer
charger adapters and cables to charge via the Type-C port.
From the manufacturer
4K UHD HDMI Output
The 4K HDMI port supports 4K @ 30hz or 2K @ 60hz. For the best 3840 x 2160 resolution, use a 4K screen monitor and HDMI 2.0 cable.
Mirror or extend the screen on an HDTV, monitor, auxiliary monitor or projector
Transfer an entire movie in seconds, even connect several devices Simultaneously
Synchronous Data Transmission
Can be used with Type C interface smartphones, USB-C mobile phones are required to support Type-C standard protocols (USB 3.1, PD 3.0, DP 1.2)
SD Card Reader
SD 3.0 slot supports SD / SDHC / SDXC / UHS-I, high-speed data transmission up to 480Mbps
At HooToo, not only we offer high quality products, we back them up with 18 month warranty and a 30 day money back guaranty.
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It would be nice if it comes with its own power supply, but all the USB-C devices I plug into have their power supply. I just need to daisy chain them.
This hub so far has delivered well and delivery was reasonable given the current situation, on sale price was good as well
Comes with 3 USB, HDMI and other useful in/output
Has USB ports on both sides which was a big advantage for me. Has 100W PD so Macbook Pro 2018 users are taken care of.
Note that you need a power adapter that give more output than your stock power adapter since this hub needs 13W to operate, e.g. if your laptop needs a 45W input, you may need a 60W or 100W power adapter in order to use Power Delivery.
Top international reviews
The HooToo's USB C port is PD only. It cannot be used for video or data. Most monitors will not provide power if they cannot detect the device they are connected to, which the HooToo prevents since it doesn't allow traffic back out to the monitor. The result is that both monitors do not provide power and cannot receive video/audio/data.
I can still connect the monitor directly to my MacBook and then connect the HooToo to another port on my MacBook, but that kind of defeats the purpose of buying a PD hub.
Overall I am pretty happy with it - but I have noticed a couple things.
It can get hot and when it does - the Logitech usb unifying Receiver that I use for my mouse and keyboard starts to glitch. However, when its cool - no issues at all. Will explore more to see what's happening. I wish the unit had one more USB-C port - so I could use one for charging and the other for devices. Lastly - I hate the bright LED light - why? I wish there was a way to turn it off.
I also have some concerns about durability of the USB-C connector. I think the cable/connector will go out before the hub. I wish they used detachable cables for these adapters, especially since I use it mostly for my laptop in desktop mode. However I can't knock it for that as its pretty standard on hubs under $100.
- Good mix of port types and quantity
- Good quality feeling materials and construction
- HDMI only supports 4Kx30Hz instead of full 4Kx60Hz
- Cable is too short so it can't reach the table with MBP sitting upright in stand and tight placement when flat on desk. Cable is also fairly stiff making this worse. More flexible and/or longer cable would help.
- Space Grey color doesn't quite match Apple products.
This hub is made of one single piece of metal on the top and sides, with a rubber bottom.
Note that the 'Space Gray' is noticeably darker than Apple's Aluminum 'Space Gray' color.
Regardless, it looks nice on its own. When it's plugged in and working, the HooToo logo lights un in a faint white light.
To the front there is a gigabit ethernet (10/100/1000) connector. On one side there are two USB 3.0 ports, one microSD and one SDXC reader. To the other side there is an USB-C power in, one HDMI 2.0 out and one USB 2.0.
The USB-C power connector is only for power in and supports USB-PD: It takes the power it needs to feed the accessories connected to the hub and the rest is sent to the computer. Likewise, if there is no external power, it feeds from the computer.
Note that one of the three USB-A ports is the (slower) USB 2. Use this when connecting keyboard and mouse (or their wireless adapters).
The HDMI adapter supports EDID, 4K HDR displays at 30 Mhz or lower resolutions at 60 Mhz. The adapter converts the signal from USB-C video to HDMI. It does not work like an additional video card via USB.
macOS does not need any drivers. Works on macOS 10.14 (Mojave) and 10.15 (Catalina) right out of the box.
Internal hardware (As detected by USB scan):
- Billlobard device (negotiates USB modes): Via Labs
- Ethernet adapter: Realtek
- HDMI: PassThru
Now, this is the second USB-C hub I have purchased. I have a Surface Go. The Surface Go only has one port other than it's proprietary charging port. I needed extra ports and wanted to be able to use my CableMatters 72W 4-port Power Delivery (PD) charger to do pass through charging.
I first got a VAVA 6-in-1 hub. Initially, I had trouble with charging Surface Go through USB-C. I returned the Surface twice for replacement. Finally, everything settled down and I could do PD pass through charging at least as fast or faster than the Surface's own charger. There were still a few quirks so I bought this HooToo.
Most of the same quirks happen with the HooToo but they don't appear to affect the operation. If the Surface is already booted and I plug the hub in the Windows power mode icon shows the yellow triangle with exclamation point and warns that it is slow charging and items may need more power. This is not actually the case and it charges just fine. Also, Windows 10 will give a warning about how the Display connection might be limited. I don't find any limitation. I think this is all just slight driver problems that have no operational effect.
My CableMatters charger passes through the HooToo hub just fine. It charges the Surface Go at 20 volts. It charges at between .3 amps up to 2 amps if the Surface really needs charging. It charges fast but the hub only becomes mildly warm.
I like the layout of the VAVA better with the Surface Go just because of port placement and how I run my cables. I am sure it was probably designed more with Apple products in mind. All-in-all, this is a very good unit for the price.
USB C charging is working for me, as well as all the USB ports and greatest surprise of all, HDMI! Now I can connect my laptop to my monitor, which has helped me greatly!
The design of the hub is sleek and clean. The HooToo logo lights up when plugged in!! The material feels cool to the touch but I imagine this may get hot if I continuously use this hub with multiple things connected to it. With my initial 1 hour use, the device did not get hot.
The only idea I would have for this hub would be to make an option to have the cable longer. I know this is meant to be travel friendly, but the hub cable seems a bit too short for me as I have different cables on my desk coming from different directions.
But most importantly, the functionality, design, and user friendliness of this hub is awesome!!!
As such I've been looking forward to Type-C and USB-PD for quite awhile. Now I've finally got my setup just how I want it:
32" QHD Monitor
Wireless Keyboard and Mouse
HDMI KVM Switch (2 port)
The USB-C Hub here.
USB-C PD Laptop Power Adapter
USB-C Extension Cable.
It's so easy to sit down, plug in a laptop and go. Switching back to the desktop is easy too. I would have sprung for a 3-port KVM, but I don't have room for two laptops on my desk.
Things to consider:
Both the KVM and the Hub support 4k @ 30hz. Personally I'd rather have 60hz, so I stuck to the QHD monitor. It does run @ 60hz through both devices. Obviously your mileage may vary here and refresh rate support depends on every piece of an HDMI connection.
The length on the Hub would have been fine (9" cable), except my two laptops have their USB-C ports on two different sides. At first I was a bit frustrated, but it's designed to be portable. My use case is a bit different. I sprung for the extension cable, and it seems to work well.
The Hub, KVM, and Power Supply all put out some heat. Especially the Power Supply. While this is normal, you want them in a somewhat open space and keep them a bit separated. If you stacked them up, something would melt I'm sure.
Overall this is the "docking station" dream I've wanted since I got my first laptop years ago. The Hub is definitely a critical part to having this "Single Cord" workstation experience.
I plan on keeping this in my home office regularly or carry it during travel since it is very portable so whenever I need i just connect the hub to my laptop type-C and will recognize automatically like any other device. It is well built and seem to be made to last, very well done. The connections are snug but not too tight. 100% would buy again. Totally recommend.
The unit itself has a great build quality and versatility. It has ample ports and capability and is lightweight.
Don't expect to use your OE power adapter with it as it will not provide the same power delivery as being plugged in directly into the computer. Here's a statement from support:
"Our hub needs about 10 or 15W, there is 5W for power loss. Thus, if you plug in the 45W power adapter to the DC-IN port on the hub, your laptop will get about 30-35W power finally. In this case, we advise you to plug in a higher power adapter to see if the PC need more power?"
In my case, I use a 2016 MBP with an 87W power brick. The power delivered through the hub is only 78W which is causing instability with the machine at higher loads. the focus should be first on delivering power to the machine and then back feeding the hub.
Note that this is not stated anywhere but it states clearly in the description "100W Power Delivery".
The overall build of this hub is really solid with an aluminum shell and soft rubber bottom. It's not heavy, but it's also not cheap feeling. I can definitely carry this around with no issue at all.
The color itself is a pretty good match to the space gray. It’s compact and really doesn’t take up desk top space at all. This is perfect for working on the go. One cool detail is the light up logo on the top so you know it’s in use. Definitely a must for macs with only USB-Cs.
Old USB C hub issues...
- Connected flush to the computer (came unplugged all the time and I was worried about breaking it off) Also took up two USB C slots so you were stuck with how you could attach it.
- Only worked on one side of the computer
- Would not power a lot of accessories
- Drained my computer's (2018 MacBook Pro) battery. There was something with how it used power from the computer that really messed with my computer.
- No ethernet attachment
- Flexible single attachment cord
- Actually works in all my USB C Ports
- Does not affect how my computer charges
- Distributes power better to accessories
- Has the ethernet attachment
I've gone from 2 apple dongles to plug in all of my monitors, power and USB devices down to this one amazing adapter which also gave me wired internet which is blazing fast (450+MBps up/down on my fiber) compared to what I was getting over WiFi.
I could not be happier.
For anyone on a Mac wanting to use the Ethernet, for my newish MacBook Pro I did need to download the driver for Mac per the instructions that came in the adapter box for it to work, so just a heads up as I usually don't read instructions and it took me a bit to figure that out.