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iMXPW OCTANO transforms your MacBook Pro 13/15 into a multifunctional, multiport gizmo. Its a Thunderbolt-3 capable USB-C HUB. with multiple port like HDMI, USB3.0，SD/Micro SD, It is housed in a Beautifully crafted, sand blasted aluminium alloy housing to accelerate cooling allowing stable data transfers and preventing data loss. It comes along with an elegant faux leather case for style and protection. It has a silicone non-slip bottom to provide a firm grip to avoid loss of connection and data loss. Aesthetically designed to match your MacBook Pro aesthetics sense. Compatible 2016 / 2017 / 2018MacBook Pro 13"/ 15" and latest generation (mid-2018) touchbar MacBook Pro and Thinkpad X1 Carbon 2017 Specifications: Thunderbolt 3 USB C Port * 1: Data transfer up to 40 Gbps, Video output up to 5K (5120x2880@60Hz), delivering up to 100 watts of power. Standard USB C Port*1: Data transfer up to 10 Gbps. Just for date transfer, does not support charging or video output. 4K HDMI Port * 1: With the 4K HDMI you can watch movies on a high-definition large screen display. It allows for a resolution of 3840*2160 and 1920*1080 HD images and lets you experience 4k*2k cinema video (it also supports lower resolutions like 720P or 1080P). USB 3.0 Port * 3: Data transfer up to 5 Gbps. SD/TF card slot :up to 104Mbps, can use at the same time Supported memory card capacity and type: up to 512GB, SD/SDHC/SDXC/MMC, MicroSD/TF memory cards. · Product size:5.31"(L) 1.42"(W) 0.39"(H) · Weight: 0.11oz Notes: 1. The Thunderbolt 3 USB-C port supports data transfer, video output, and charging while the standard USB-C port only supports data transfer and does not support video output or charging. 2. Compatible displays and cables are required to achieve maximum video resolution. 3. Does not fit MacBook pro that has a Case or Cover.
Do you want ot get the USB C Hub, iMXPW 8-in-1 USB C Hub Adapter with 4K HDMI, Thunderbolt 3, 3 USB 3.0, USB-C Data Port, SD and MicroSD Card Reader Type C Hub Compatible with MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 2017/2018?