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Package: Blister color card
USB Version: USB3.1 GEN1 and compatible with USB3.0USB2.0
2 USB ports，1 HDMI port，1 TYPE C PD, I Type C Data, 1 SD card，1 TF card
Power: Power for NEW MACBOOK, Apple original PD adapter
Working voltage: 5V
Working current: ≦100mA-900mA
LED indicator: Yes
System Requirements: Windows 10 (32/64 Bit), Windows 8.1 / 8 (32/64 Bit), Windows 7 (32/64 Bit), Mac OS X 10.8.2 or later, Linux 2.4 or above and Google Chrome OS.
USB3.0 female: Support USB3.0 and compatible with USB2.0，can data transfer the device with USB port, such as U Flash Disk, mouse, keyboard etc, support charging for mobile phone
SD: SD,SD HC,MMC,SD XC
microSD: microSD, micro SDXC
HDMI female: Support 10 bit /12 bit color depth 30Hz 4K*2K and 3D video format（ 4K*2K 720p@50/59.94/30Hz，1080i@50/59.94/60Hz，email@example.com/24Hz，1080P@50/59.94/60Hz）to 2.97Gbps
Type-c: One support Apple charge adapter PD charging power up to 23-81W, one data port for 5Gbps data transmission.
Working Temperature: 0℃~35℃
Storage Temperature: -20℃~60℃
Dropping Test: Working normally after dropping from 75cm height
Compatible with Thunderbolt 3 or Type C enabled devices,
such as Apple MacBook (2015 / 2016 / 2017),
Apple MacBook Pro (2016 / 2017 / 2018 / 2019 / 2020),
Apple iMac / iMac Pro (21.5 inch, 27 inch),
MacBook Air (2018 / 2019 / 2020),
iPad Pro 2018/2020, Google PixelBook/PixelBook Go
and other branded laptop or tablet PC.
not compatible with Nintendo Switch Lite.
Case material: ABS+Alumium
Cable: TYPE C 3.1 16P;
OD: 7.5*2.3mm, length: 77mm
PCB Craft: green oil solder coating; 1.00MM thickness of board;
PCB Surface: Green Oil with white printing
Size(L*W*H): 105mm X 58mm X 13.7mm
① the computer must support VESA Alternate Mode (DisplayPort™ over USB Type-C™ or Thunderbolt™ over USB Type-C™) for video output.
② Please use Nintendo original power source not a third-party power source when it is used for Nintendo switch
③ when connecting or disconnecting a USB-C charger, the connection may momentarily reset as the hub changes its power source. This is expected behavior outlined in the USB-IF Power Delivery R2 V1.0 specification. Connected USB devices may momentarily disconnect until the transition is completed and they could automatically reconnect.