Handy USB-C Hub for Surface Book 2

I recently wrote about the video connections that I use with my Surface Book 2, and this included the almost impossible connection with my Acer Windows Mixed Reality headset. Well, I now have a neat solution provided by uniAccessories , from whom I have purchased a handy little hub via their kickstarter. This rugged, but small, USB-C 6-in-1 hub allows me to connect the USB 3.0 and HDMI cables to the single USB-C port on my  Surface Book 2.

This is actually 6-in-1 hub, so I get even more than my original needs! This is the full spec:

  • SD: UHS-1, speed up to 104MB/s
  • MicroSD: UHS-1, speed up to 104MB/s
  • USB3.0: Data transfer speed up to 5Gbps; Charging up to 5V@0.9A
  • USB2.0: Data transfer speed up to 480Mbps; Charging up to 5V@0.9A
  • USB-C: Power Delivery, up to 100W(note: data transfer not supported)
  • HDMI: Resolution up to 4K@30Hz

This hub is certainly going to be very useful!


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