The Plugable USB 3.0 and USB-C 7-Port Hub delivers performance in a way that few others can match. Connected to a laptop-USB-A and USB-C connections included-you have instant access to 7 USB ports, each capable of transfer speeds up to 5Gbps. And here's something unique, you also get maximum USB charging speeds on every single port.
If you don't need data, this USB powered hub comes bundled with a UL Certified power adapter capable of providing 5V at up to 2.4A to each of the seven USB ports. No computer required. And thanks to smart charging circuits, each device powers at its own max rate. No need to worry about overcharging.
As a standalone unit, the USBC-HUB7BC stands out for its SuperSpeed data and high-speed charging. But what if you needed to charge 14, 21, even 210 devices? This multi-port powered USB Hub is designed to be stacked.
As your need for power or ports grows, the USBC-HUB7BC can grow right along with it. All seven ports are lined up along the front with plenty of space between, so even when stacked, you won't fumble with the connections.
When you need performance on every port, you need a hub that offers full functionality on every port. Other hubs split the duty of data and charging between ports, so you're only getting two or three charging slots.
The Plugable USB 3.0 and USB-C 7-Port Hub goes all in. Get data transfer speeds up to 5Gbps, and BC 1.2 charging at 1.5A on every port. No exceptions.
The USBC-HUB7BC centralizes your charging efforts. At home, set it up as a community charging spot for phones and tablets. At school, combine two or three to easily charge and sync student devices. And in large-scale operations, deploy as many hubs as you need to test and charge at scale.
We love our Plugable products, and hope you will too. This product is covered by a 2 year limited parts and labor warranty, as well as Seattle-based email support
This stackable usb port hub is designed to work with virtually every Windows, macOS, or Linux system. And, because you can use it as either a usb-c hub, or a usb hub 3.0, you'll enjoy forward and backward compatibility between USB-C, 3.0, 2.0, and 1.1 hosts and devices. On legacy systems, the latest drivers and updates should be installed to ensure compatibility.Other Common Uses
At home it's a USB hub for laptops or a community charging spot for phones and tablets. At school, stack several to easily charge and sync student devices. In big operations, deploy as many hubs as you need to test and charge at high volume.