Belkin USB-C Multimedia Hub

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Turn your laptop into a mini workstation with the USB-C Multimedia Hub. This sleek, portable hub expands the number of available multimedia and ethernet points for your laptop, all while not interfering with your Wi-Fi connection. Power arbitration distributes power to your connected devices evenly based on the wattage of your device. A 5Gbps data transfer rate allows you to easily send information between devices. Pass-through charging allows you to charge devices without taking up port space. And, the plug and play design works with both Apple and PC devices.

Add the essentials.
Flesh out your workstation with essential devices. The USB-A ports allow you to add a mouse, keyboard, or other devices, while the HDMI port adds an external monitor.

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4.4 out of 5 rating


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Works with a MacBook Pro 14 Inch 2021 M1 Pro chip

5 out of 5 rating

Smp0806 · 7 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

Works with a MacBook Pro 14 Inch 2021 M1 Pro chip. So I am able to connect the MacBook Pro to: - a wire Ethernet cable (via the RJ45 port) - a second monitor (via the HDMI port), in addition to existing HDMI port embedded to the MacBook Pro. So in total two monitors can be connected simultaneously in extending mode to the MacBook Pro!

Almost perfect hub

4 out of 5 rating

Newton4 · 8 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] As all the Belkin products I’ve used with Apple kit, this just works. No issues with networking which is the main reason I purchased. It would be great if it could be enhanced so that if I connect my monitor through the usb c it could pass video to the monitor and receive usb and power from the monitor as usb c does when I connect directly to the monitor without this - this is a feature I assumed it wouldn’t have, and is only really needed as some Mac’s on have 2 USB ports.