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Fabufabu Type-c 8 in 1 M.2 sata ssd Hub multifunctional docking station

Regular price $82.30 USD
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The 8-in-1 connection port is equipped with an M.2 SSD hard disk that supports the SATA3 protocol transmission specification, and the access is up to 450MB/S.

It is convenient for multiple transmissions, and it can also be used for storing important data.

The 7 ports are USB 3.0, USB 2.0, SD/TF card respectively. It integrates video, card reading, charging, and data transfer functions of USB-C and USB-A, and the speed can reach up to 5Gbps.

Up to 5Gpbs data transmission, HDMI supports 4K30HZ high-definition video screen, watch 4K videos in addition to time, PD 100W charging, high-speed data transmission and mobile storage, aluminum alloy metal shell, better heat dissipation, plug and play, no need to install drivers, sturdy Nylon braided wire, durable and not easy to break

USB 3.0 x 2 (up to 5Gbps)

USB 2.0 x 1

USB-C PD x 1 (Power Delivery Pass-Through charging up to 100W)

HDMI x 1 (up to 4K x 2K @ 30HZ)

SD card slot x 1

TF card slot x 1

Material Aluminum shell

Support capacity 8T

Product size 4.5cm x 1.3cm x 13.4cm

Transmission interface 4K30HZ/5Gpbs/PD2.0 100W

Transmission speed 5G

Packing list color box, velvet bag, accessories

color space gray

Specifications: C to HDMI+M.2 mobile hard disk interface +U3*2+U2+PD+SD/TF card

Line length: 0.16 meters

Wire material: Nylon braided/PVC

Net weight: 98.2 grams

Input connector: Type-c

Output connector: HDMI

HDMI resolution: 4K @ 30HZ

Specification: Support HDMI1.4B, support HDCP1.4

M.2: Slot type: Socket 2 (M + B key/NGFF) slot, supports SATA3 transmission standard solid-state hard drive, the highest speed can reach 5Gbps

USB3.0: 5G: bps transfer rate

USB2.0: Support 480Mbps transfer rate

Charging: Support PD2.0 charging, up to 100W (20V, 5A) fast charging

Shell: aluminum alloy

color: grey

TYPE-C connector