UGREEN USB-C to USB 3.0 Hub (3 Ports) + Gigabit Ethernet with USB-C PD – CM475
4 in 1 Multiport Hub with Gigabit RJ45, 3 x USB 3.0 Ports Compatible with MacBook Pro Air, iMac, iPad, Galaxy S22 S21, Surface Book, Dell XPS, Chromebook, and More
The constant miniaturization of electronic equipment is the reason why many modern computers, especially laptops and All-in-One workstations, have only 1 or 2 USB ports.
The small size is of course an undeniable advantage of current computers, but sometimes it can also be the cause of minor inconveniences. These problems start when you need to connect, for example, an additional monitor, printer or network cable.
Can you do something in this situation? Of course, reach for the Ugreen HUB. With its help, you can transform a single USB Type C port of your computer into 4 additional connectors!
Make up your mind now and take advantage of every functionality that this 4in1 HUB offers!
As many as 4 additional ports
The HUB offers its users 4 ports: 3 x USB and USB Type C
Lightning-fast data transfer
2 USB 3.1 Gen 1 connectors solve the problem of insufficient number of ports in the device and enable data transfer at up to 5 Gbps. With their help, you can use additional accessories such as external hard drives, mice, keyboards, printers, pendrives and many more.
Compatible with many operating systems
Regardless of what system you work on, the HUB will work with it immediately after connecting. Plug & Play mode guarantees that no additional drivers are needed. It’s ready right out of the box and easy to use.
The entire electronics controlling the adapter is hidden in an elegant aluminum housing. The HUB looks great, and its appearance immediately says that it is professional high-end equipment.
Thanks to its small size, it fits perfectly with other devices. It fits anywhere and is easy to carry.
The aluminum housing is resistant to rust and discoloration. The entire device has passed a series of safety tests, and the control systems carefully manage the flow of data and energy.
All ports are managed by individual control systems. They detect the parameters of the connected device and adjust the power supply to their needs.
The adapter protects them, among others against short circuit, overheating, overcharging and complete discharge.