You Should Know About The USB C Hub, Ports and others
When the 12-inch MacBook was introduced in early 2015, USB-C was just a curiosity for most people, but now that many new laptops have left their old ports, USB-C has gone from interesting to important.
With the old and the new, the USB-C is the only versatile and reversible port that can handle everything from video output to data transfer. It is not only used for the latest MacBook Pro and HP Specter, but also for flagship smartphones such as Google Pixel.
It is an all-rounder that one day can replace HDMI, USB Type-A’s and even the sacred headphone jack (gas) in everything from your laptop to your Samsung Galaxy S8. When you discover that your favourite devices are now limited to just one or two ports instead of five, USBs-C hub
is the culprit or thank you, depending on your position.
The USB-C port was recently introduced, giving way to an overflow of compatible accessories. These include not only massive external hard drives and small thumb drives, but also docks, hubs and monitors. There is even a growing list of useful peripherals designed to untangle your USB Type-C gadgets.