5/28/2016 0 Comments
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I had every intention of putting The USB Type C Hub, ProCIV Type-C USB 3.1 to 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub to work, but after I received it, I went to pug it into my Laptop and found out the slot I thought was the port for the USB C Hub was just an empty slot, I guess it's where one would be if my Laptop came with the USB, but to my surprise it did not. Then I thought, well I will just order an adapter to use with it, so I went on the internet to do some research . I only found one I thought would work, but then I read this in one of the comments in the review section that stated: "USB Type-C receptacle to USB legacy adapters is explicitly not defined or allowed. Such adapters would allow many invalid and potentially unsafe cable connections to be constructed by users.This adapter is a type forbidden by the USB Type-C specification and therefore it is in violation). Anyway, I decided not to try the adapter and I will wait until I get something in the future that will use this USB C Hub or find someone who can use it. I will say that I could have really used this USB C-Hub, it comes with the 4-Ports, so I could have plugged in four different things at the same time. The 4-Ports are USB 3.0:Compatible with any USB 3.0, USB 2.0, USB 1.1 and USB 1.0 Devices, Plug and play / hotplugging, with no driver needed, It is also equipped with a Blue LED that indicates the power status for each port, with Individual ON/OFF Power Switch. Yep, it would have been nice, but it is not to be. I received this product free for my honest, unbiased opinion. Click the button below to see the product.
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