Today’s Deal is for anyone who needs a HDMI port or USB-A port for their USB-C powered devices. On most new Chromebooks, like the Google Pixelbook, you have just USB-C ports. The same goes for the new MacBook Pro from Apple. Sometimes you need a HDMI port to connect to a monitor or projector, or need to access that older USB flash drive. That’s where the AUKEY USB-C Hub can come in handy. Priced at $34.43, it gives you plenty of ports to work with to get your day done.
In all, the hub (model CB-C60 for those that are curious) gives you six ports and connects to your Chromebook or MacBook Pro via the connected USB-C cable that is just under 6″ (150mm) in length. You have one USB-C port which works as a pass through for charging your device while you are using the Hub (up to 60W). You have four USB-A ports that support USB 3.0, giving you up to 5GB of data transfer speed. Finally, you have a 4K HDMI port to connect your Chromebook or MacBook Pro to an external monitor.
All of this is in a matte aluminum chassis that measures just 89 x 61 x 14mm and weighs 72g. That’s 3.5” x 2.4” x 0.55” and 2.54 oz in old money. It also has non-skid pads on the bottom to help it stay secure on your desk or work area.
As with other AUKEY products, this hub has built-in the company’s EntireProtect technology to protect your devices against over current and under current which can damage them. It also has electrostatic discharge diodes built into to prevent static electricity from damaging the components inside the hub.
Finally, the AUKEY USB-C Hub is protected by a 24 month warranty so you can buy it with confidence. And, since it is being sold through their Amazon storefront, you have a 30 day return policy.
On a personal note, this is the hub that I use on my various USB-C Chromebooks and I highly recommend it.
To get more details or to order, head over to Amazon.