Convert and Connect
Leap into the exciting new world of USB-C while maintaining convenient connection to all the devices you bought before. This USB-C to 4-Port USB 3.1 Gen 1 Hub is a must-have dongle if you want to use your old USB-A devices with your new USB-C laptop.
This data hub doesn’t require any software or drivers to get started. Just plug it into your USB-C laptop’s Type-C port. Connecting and transferring data between devices and storage media has never been easier.
Equipped with a chipset that’s protected against EMI & ESD, this hub is designed for safer and more reliable connectivity. Get optimum hub performance and safeguard your valuable data & USB gadgets.
Broad Device Compatibility
Connect up to two external hard drives simultaneously via the hub’s USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports. Use your mouse and keyboard on a new USB-C laptop, and back up data to or from flash drives faster. The CB-C64 is compatible with MacBook Pro 2017, Google Chromebook Pixel, Dell XPS 13, ASUS ZenBook 13, and other USB-C laptops. USB 3.1 Gen 1 is backward-compatible with USB 2.0 and USB 1.1.
1. The hub supports a maximum of 2 hard drives, but for best performance, the power demand of connected devices shouldn’t exceed the total USB output of 5V 0.9A. Devices with high power demand such as Apple USB SuperDrive shouldn’t be connected to the hub.
2. Not recommended for charging tablets and other devices with high power demand.
Material: ABS plastic, PC
Interfaces: 4 USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports
Data Transfer Speed: Up to 5Gbps
Total USB Output: DC 5V 0.9A
Cable Length: 200mm / 7.87”
Dimensions: 99 x 33 x 11mm / 3.9” x 1.3” x 0.43”
Weight: 35g / 1.23oz
What’s in the box:
- AUKEY CB-C64 USB C to 4-Port USB 3.1 Gen 1 Hub
- User Manual
- 45-Day Money Back Guarantee and 24-Month Product Replacement Warranty Card
Economic hub, which is almost spartan because in addition to 3 USB does not integrate anything else. Let’s find out together:
Analyzing it on an aesthetic level I can say that the hub is very simple, very similar to other Hub Aukey and not on the market. It is made entirely of black satin plastic, with dimensions and weight certainly very small.
There are 4 USB-A ports, 3 on the right side and one on the bottom, which allows us to connect to our USB-C device of the old USB.
Analyzing it on the field I can say that this Hub works well even if it seems to be back at the time of Sparta as everything turns out to be very minimal and simple.
You definitely feel the lack of a USB port to connect a power source while using the Hub, then I sincerely think that the space available throughout the hub could be better organized.
Overall I was not very satisfied with the hub, it’s not cheap, but also little.