|Operating System||Linux, Chrome OS|
|Hardware Platform||Laptop, PC|
|Hardware Interface||Ethernet, USB 3.0|
|Has Auto Focus||No|
|Has Programmable Buttons||No|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 7 x 2 cm; 60 Grams|
|Item Weight||60 g|
|Item Model Number||JX-HUB-U02|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||7 September 2020|
USB C Hub, CHOETECH USB C 3.0 to 3-Port Hub with RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Network Adapter Compatible with Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro, Chromebook Pixel (Thunderbolt 3 Compatible)
- 【Portable USB C Hub】Contain three USB3.0 ports and one RJ-45 port. Let you connect your laptop to other USB devices for data transfer, display expansion, and charging when you are in office or traveling.
- 【High-speed USB 3.0】Transfer data at speeds of up to 5 Gbps through three ports. Let you spend less time syncing a movie. The USB 3.0 ports are suitable for Mouse, Camera or Keyboard.
- 【Network Connection】Gigabit ethernet port provides access to super fast network speeds up to 1 Gbps, stable and fast. It requires no software or complicated installation process. Backward compatible with 10/100/1000 Mbps ethernet.
- 【USB-C Compatebility】Specifically designed to compliment latest technology and smart devices with USB-C connectivity, such as the 2020/2019/2018 MacBook Pro,2016/2015 MacBook, ChromeBook ,Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro, HP Spectre, Huawei Handbuch, DELL XPS 2016 13 Zoll, Xiaomi Notebook Air 2016 12,5 Zoll, Acer Switch SA5-27 12 Zoll and more other type-c devices.
- 【What You Get】1*USB-C to 3-Port USB 3.0 Hub with Gigabit Ethernet Adapter, Lifetime technical support and friendly customer service.
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USB 3.0 3-Port HUB with Ethernet
-3 x USB 3.0 Ports and 1GB Ethernet Port enable you to access rapid data transfer and wired internet connectivity immediately via this multifunctional hub. Three SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports
-Supports data transfer rates up to 5 Gbps. Large files (HD Movie) can be transferred in a few seconds. Allow you to charge your devices and transfer data at the same time.
Gigabit RJ45 Port
Supports super-fast network speeds of 10/100/100 Mbps, faster than the wireless network.
The Convenient USB-C Adapter
Compact size and lightweight, easy for carrying on when travelling or mobile working.
-Compatible with IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, 802.3ab and IEEE 802.3az-2010 (Energy Efficient Ethernet)
- Support IPv4/IPv6
-Compatible System: Mac OS 10.10 or higher, Chrome OS and Linux OS etc.
1. Designed for computer only, not for USB-C tablets and smartphones.
2. To transfer data at super-fast speeds, your computer, peripherals, cables and software must all support USB 3.0
CHOETECH USB C to Lan Ethernet Adapter
Laptop without Ethernet port?
Wireless Alternative for connecting to the Internet in Wi-Fi dead zones or weak Wi-Fi zones.
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Allow you to connect keyboard, mouse, hard drive,etc at the same time.
Plug & Play
No additional driver needed. Compatible with Mac OS, Windows, Chrome OS, and Linux.
Thunderbolt 3 Compatible
Designed for USB 3.1 and Thunderbolt 3 compatible laptops and devices without an Ethernet port.
Ultra-Fast Gigabit Ethernet Speeds
Offers a direct wired connection to the Internet,ideal for streaming movies, online gaming and downloading large files.
This network adapter is quite small enough to pop it in your bag and take it anywhere!
|usb c ethernet hub||5-in-1 usb c hub||7-in-2 usb c macbook hub||9-in-1 usb c hub multiport||11-in-1 usb c docking station|
|USB C PD Port||Thunderbolt 3 Port||100W PD Charging Port||USB-C 3.0 Port+100 PD Charging Port|
|Features||Network converter||For macbook/ipadpro||For macbook||For macbook/ipadpro||For mini displayport monitor|
|Number of interfaces||4||5||7||9||11|
|USB 3.0 Port||3 * USB 3.0 Ports 1 * 1GB Ethernet Port||1 * HDMI port 2 * USB 3.0 Port 1 * SD card slot 1 * Mirco SD Card Reader||1 * HDMI port 1 * Original Thunderbolt 3 port: 2 * USB 3.0 ports 1 * USB C female port 1 * SD card slot 1 * TF card slot||1 * HDMI port 1 * VGA port 1 * Ethernet port 1 * USB-C PD port 1 * SD card slot 1 * TF card slot 3 * USB 3.0 A port||1 * HDMI port 3 * USB 3.0 Port 1 * Ethernet Port 1 * VGA Port 1 * 3.5mm Audio Port 1 * SD card slot 1 * Mirco SD Card Reader|
|4K HDMI Port||1||1||1||1|
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It is well built, no shiny plastics here: instead, you get an aluminium case. The cable is well done too, with a rubber coating.
It plugs in a standard Type C port (no Thunderbolt required) and fits good.
Does not require any driver or installation at all at least on Windows 10. Uses a Realtek chipset for the Ethernet connectivity.
I had tested this hub in two scenarios:
1. Upload/download Ethernet without USB ports being used
2. Upload/download Ethernet with one USB transfer
1. This is a pretty standard iperf3 test. I tested upload and download to verify the network capabilities of this hub. Most of these devices cannot reach actual 1 Gb/s speed and stop much earlier. Choetech, however, does not disappoint: it reaches values that are close to the limits of Gigabit Ethernet. I observed 926 Mb/s in download and 939 Mb/s in upload (note that 945 is the actual limit).
2. This is the same iperf3 test, but at the same time I was transferring one file of 1 GB from an external HDD connected to the hub to the computer's SSD. USB transfers were pristine: my drive can reach 115 MB/s read speed, and that has always been delivered.
During this test there some slowdowns occurred: ethernet download dropped from 926 Mb/s to 886 Mb/s, whilst upload remained pristine to 936 Mb/s.
This particular case is just a test to show the hub's limits and it's quite hard to apply in a real usage.
Screenshots of the tests are attached.
Considering the price of this hub, you cannot ask for more: it's well built and has very good performance. Recommended!
To cut to the chase I started looking for an ethernet adapter so I could make the initial transfers in hours and not days. Thought they were quite overpriced until I found this, which has the advantage of a few extra USB 3 ports and a gigabit ethernet adapter which is exactly what I wanted.
I plugged it in and it was recognised immediately by macOS and connected straight away. The speeds are now sufficient to saturate the network, achieving over 100 megabytes per second in both reading and writing to the NAS. Now I can actually use the NAS as I had hoped, accessing files over WiFi when the MacBook is used off the desk with the option of plugging in when I want the speed. It's actually faster than the Western Digital My Passport USB hard drives which average about 70MB/S read and write.
To top it off it's small enough that it can be taken on the road with the MacBook, with the benefit of ethernet and USB all in a single adapter. COuldn't be happier with it and will buy a couple more to keep around just in case.
I've been doing a lot of work on my home network and this has allowed me to test transfer speeds using my phone avoiding wifi. I plug in the USBC, android detects it as Ethernet and I'm immediately connected - just what I needed.
As the device has 3 USB sockets it gives me the ability to connect up my SD card reader, flash drives and charge other gadgets when it is hooked up to my laptop - really versatile.
I chose this one by Choetech as I trust the brand - I bought a batch of wireless charging pads from them years ago and they are still going strong, so I wasn't surprised to find this device to be of similar quality.
Some adapters say they are 1000Mb aka 1Gb but end up being only 100Mb. This is definitely 1Gb. Even works on iPad Pro with USB-C. I’m going to see if I can get a USB-C female to Lightning adapter and I’ll check it on other lightning Apple devices.
Also tested daisy-chained to another USB-C hub device and it was fine.
Product suggestion: If they could add a USB-C PD/data port to replace one of the USB-A ports then it would be brilliant. I always think that adapter/hubs should come with a port to replace the one you just filled with it.