6-in-1 USB3.1/Type-C to USB3.0+2*USB2.0+RJ45+SD/TF HUB W/LED

    Model : C-S012

    1*USB3.0 A/F (5Gbps)

    2*USB2.0 (480Gbps)


    1*SD/TF (USB2.0 Single-LUN Flash Card Reader Controller)

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USB3.1/Type-C Male cable


1*USB3.0 A/F (5Gbps)

Output 2

2*USB2.0 (480Gbps)

Output 3


Output 4

1*SD/TF (USB2.0 Single-LUN Flash Card Reader Controller)



Product Details

Sync and manage your files faster than ever. Expands the limited USB-C connectivity of your laptop with one Gigabit Ethernet, one 100W PD Quick Charger port,3 USB 3.0 ports.

• Please check to ensure the host USB-C port of your device support USB Power Delivery.

• Please check to ensure the host USB-C port from your device can support Display Port Alt Mode.

• USB C dock supports Gigabit Ethernet port, backwards compatible with 100Mbps/10Mbps RJ45 LAN. Gigabit Ethernet port ensures a more stable and faster wired network connection.

• Connect Type- C PD Port to power adapter when connecting a high power consumption device like a hard drive.

• USB port provides a minimal output, we don't recommend for charging iPads, tablets or smart phones via USB Slots.

• The use of exclusive multiple protection systems ensures overcurrent protection, overvoltage protection, short circuit protection and high temperature protection.

• No software or driver installation required, just plug it in, plug it in and play, easy to use.

6 in 1 USB3.1,type-c to USB2.0,RJ45,SD,TF  (2)
6 in 1 USB3.1,type-c to USB2.0,RJ45,SD,TF  (1)


2- in- 1 11.6" Convertible Chromebook Touchscreen Laptop (2020).
• 15.6" HD Touchscreen Laptop, 15” FHD Laptop, 14" Touchscreen Home and Business Laptop.
• Aspire 5 Slim Laptop.

Supported Systems:
Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X 10.6 or later, Linux 2.6.14 or later, iPad OS.


Question: Does this work well with chromecast with google tv for wired internet and webcam? also, what would the power rating for the usb- c brick need to be?
Answer: I use this hub to provide ethernet for the chromecast with google TV. I do use the power brick and cable that came with the chromecast with google tv to provide input power for the hub and then power output that goes to the chromecast. So far I have not encountered any problems with this setup. However, I am only using the ethernet port on the hub, not a webcam. Maybe if used other ports at the same time, there would be a problem.

I have used third party power delivery bricks and they work also.

Question: This hub is very good, i was able to make it work with the charger of my nintendo switch, the ethernet port is very fast, the same are the usb 3.0.
Answer: Thanks very much for your recognition, your sharing will bring more help to other buyers.

Question: Does this product work with Samsung Tablets?
Answer: Yes, this product work with Samsung Tablets.

Question: Could i use a usb drive to expand the internal storage of my google tv? the google tv has a small internal storage of 4.0 gb.
Answer: yes you can.

Question: Why when i plug this into my dell xps13 does windows 10 recognize the ethernet as a video adapter not a ethernet adapter?
Answer: Not sure why this is happening... but plug an active network cable (coming from a router, switch, hub or modem) then plug the usb-c adapter into your laptop.... it should recognize the ethernet connection.
One thing is to make sure before doing this,,you disconnect any current Wan connections (wifi networks) so that your laptop isn't connected to the internet.... then plugging your adapter into the laptop should activate it as ethernet connection.

Question: Hello, a friend bought me this hub to use it with chromecast with google tv, but i get the low power warning, using 110v electricity, how can fix it?
Answer: I'm not that familiar with what your trying to do... but if you google "low power warning with USB hub" you will get multiple answers that will give you more information on what the problem is.... most obviously is that the hub needs more power than what your providing from where you plug it in... its supposed to be plugged into a computer of some sort.. ie (Amazon fire tablet , etc)... if you plugging it into another type device... it may not work... I'd google to find the proper solution.

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