• StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
  • StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
  • StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
  • StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
  • StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
  • StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
  • StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
  • StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)
StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)

StarTech.com USB C Hub - 4 Port USB-C to USB-A (3X) and USB-C (1x) - with Power Adapter - USB Type C Hub - Port Expander (HB30C3A1CFS)

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  • Turn a USB Type-C port on your laptop into three USB-Type A charge-and-sync ports (5Gbps) & one USB Type-C port
  • Includes Power Adapter / 3x USB-A fast-charge ports
  • Powered USB hub for power hungry devices such as external hard drives
  • 4 port USB hub for computers / Chromebook / MacBook Pro / Works with USB 3.0 & USB 2.0 devices / OS independent / Easy to install
  • USB-C to USB-A / USB Port Hub / USB Port Expander / USB Multiport

Customer Reviews

One week of life, poor construction.The idea is great -- we need more USB ports, and using a C port is a very practical, even necessary approach. This is not cheap, but I thought it would be worth it. It was.. for a week. Now USB connectors that work perfectly with other slots and hubs don't work with this one (some do). There isn't a good, solid mechanical connection. I definitely do not recommend1Could have been better There is a reason why the price of this is so low.First the good:1) Easily connects up to Thunderbolt2) Attached devices are recognized almost immediately.3) Able to hook up external drives that either required power or no power with no issues4) Works for charging devices like headphones when laptop is offNow the bad1) Supposed to be 10 GB/s. Have such a device, and when connected directly through Thunderbolt, I get close to the speed advertised of the PCI NVMe 3x4 SSD. However, same item connected to this, which is supposed to be 10 Gb/s, I am only getting around 5 GB/s. I have two of these and sadly, both behave the same2) Lately, I have been using it to charge my iPhone. When one cable seemed to start acting like it went bad, I threw it out. I put in a good cable later that day, and it started behaving the same. Hook cable up to direct laptop port and the cable works fine.Other thoughts:I would have returned both of these if I had known that it would not get up to the advertised speed. I bought these to future proof my system, but when the future arrived, it did not look good. 3Reasonable hub but limited number of true USB 3.1 or C-type connections for MacsNone of these hubs do exactly what you want them to do - especially for Apple gear. In my case i needed to increase the number of true USB-C ports and plug in additional Apple lightning cables from disk drives that were brand new only a year ago. You get multiple USB 2.0 ports (only good if you have older peripherals) an SDcard reader for your camera cards (I now have 5 of these) an HDMI port (potentially useful for some monitors but now being superseded by DisplayPorts). It seems like one company (probably in China) came up with a compromise design and all of these post MacBook Pro peripherals are based on it. If you do need one of these for Apple gear you are going to need a bunch of expensive adapters to get any additional use from it. Sadly true of almost all of the similar products currently on the market3Built like a tank, howeverOnly charges. Tried on 2 computers and the file manger does not see the peripherals attached (Iphone8, Pixel2, Western Digital hard drive. BTW the old powered hub works fine, I bought this one for the USB-C. Maybe the other people have working ones, which means that there is a hi defective rate. Save your money.1it's garbageanything in it loses connection constantly. AVOID1Unstable on Windows machinesWhen using USB drives, works awhile then disconnects or produces file errors. Retested different configurations and cables trying to eliminate... without success. Had to discontinue use, but to late to return. Replaced with other designs.1Another over priced junk that doesn't workseems like no one can make a stable thunderbolt 3 dock, none of these things work right1Very disappointed Received today and immediately plugged into the USB-C port on my new 2017 HP Spectre x360 Convertible. The power light lit on the StarTech but the computer would not acknowledge the connection and therefore none of the USB-A or USB-C ports would work. Tried numerous times with plugging/unplugging and rebooting of the computer. Could not get it to work. It's also made of very cheap, thin plastic, more like a child's toy than a piece of quality electronic accessory. I've bought numerous StarTech items in the past and have always had good luck with them so naturally thought that this one would be good also. I was very disappointed. 1Product is not reliable I was looking forward to a USB-C hub with a USB-C import port. Unfortunately, this hub does not recognize many devices that are attached to it through USB-C. On several instances when an adapter with microSDXC or SDXC memory card in it was attached my 2015 12" MacBook would show the drive, but the folders would show as empty and the data on he memory cards could not be accessed. Also, if there were flash drives attached to the USB 3.0 ports the attached drives would disconnect if a USB-C device was inserted into or removed from the USB-C port. Some memory cards, flash drives and external hard drives worked properly, others did not, it was hit or miss. Sometimes just moving the hub ever so gently would cause devices to disconnect from the drive (they did not detach physically, they ceased to show up as connected). This is another in a long list of disappointments with USB-C devices. It appears there are numerous problems with the controller chips for USB-C devices. I have only had consistent positive results with the Apple hub, which is expensive. Until reliable USB-C devices are available buyers should be extremely careful about buying USB-C peripherals. I thought a company like StarTech would not release a flawed product, but the hub I have is definitely flawed and is being returned. 2Works with Oculus Rift on Alienware 17 R5. I bought this to connect the Oculus rift to an Alienware 17 r5 laptop. The Rift needs 4 high speed USB 3.0 ports for room scale and this connected to the USB 3.1 gen 2 thunderbolt port on the back to serve the purpose. Works flawlessly after some tweaks to Windows 10. I had to tell windows to not sleep or go into low power states on the USB ports in the power settings and the device manager. After these adjustments the sensors we're recognized by the Oculus software as 3.0 and passed the setup. Prior to changing the Windows 10 settings the Oculus Rift setup failed, one to two sensors showed as USB 2.0 and sometimes all three had issues. 5It is a piece of JUNKI will probably return this item.... I was only able to attach two things at a time. It does not have enough energy to handle more! So why have 4 hubs when one can only use 2 at a time? Very odd. The only thing I am waiting for is for Dell to tell me if it was the fault of their port or the fault of this little USB hub.... the jury is still out on this one and the window with which I can return is fast closing so I am not sure yet what I am doing. But it also feels junky ... very light... and do not think it is the greatest quality!1Fast and reliable! I can hook up 2 or 3 high speed USB 3 drives with this, plug it into my USB 3.1 port on Mac and get full speed from all the drives. No slow downs! Love this thing! I have multiple Startech products and have come to rely on them for high quality items. This one is no exception. 5Unreliable -- Can't Recommend Connected to the USB-C port on my NUC and providing a pass-through to at StarTech 2 x 2.5" enclosure; it proved absolutely unreliable. You never know if the drives in the enclosure will fire up. When the enclosure is connected directly to the NUC it boots up like a charm and stays running.Similar unreliable performance with a StarTech 2 x 3.5" enclosure, but not sure if it is also related to the loss of all data on the two 3.5" drives in that enclosure (which was tossed in the trash).Regardless...not worth the effort to return this hub. It is also heading for the trash. 1Corrupts filesHappily used this USB hub for 6 months with my Macpro 2017 and had no issues.This week it almost gave me a heart attack: uploaded new vacation photos from camera on my laptop using this USB hub as I always did before and almost all photos were corrupted. On a camera it all looks fine. Tried uploading on older MacAir laptop without USB hub (it has USB ports) - and everything is fine! So I believe the problem is in the USB hub.1Affordable USB-C to USB-A Hub that works well with low power USB devicesI'm using this with a 2017 MacBook Pro 15". I have connected an iPhone 7+, iPad Mini4, Canon printer (MX922) and a Western Digital My Passport 1TB portable USB drive to the Hub with no issues - everything works fine. All devices can be connected simultaneously with no issues. I tried to connect the Apple USB Super Drive, but it draws too much power and will not work with this Hub. Low power devices seem to work fine.4USB-C Hub - 4X USB-A Ports - 10Gbps Plugged into Motherboard ( X470/Ryzen 2700X ) USB-C port , all 4 USB-A ports test at 459.1 MB/s Read and 453.1 MB/s Write with a Samsung 860 EVO 500GB mounted in a Vantec NexStar USB 3.1 Gen 2 external enclosure ( NST-270A31-BK ). Thats ALMOST what the drive gets hooked up directly to a SATA III port, and in an actual transfer...I transferred a 45GB folder of 4K and 1080P movies that was on the drive...to the 1TB NVMe boot drive on the motherboard. It transferred at 405 MB/s for the entire transfer, no buffer shenanigans...just straight raw speed for the entire transfer. Awesome little hub here !!! 5Power hungry and non-functional on two different USB 3.1 cards, cord way shorter than claimed Had to return this as defective after extensive troubleshooting. For one thing, it was hogging so much power from the (perfectly able) CalDigit USB 3.1 card initially attached to it on a MacPro tower that it caused other devices on the card to force-eject. For another, it hardly was able to recognize any (low power, i.e. USB stick) devices attached to it. When it did, it crawled at sub-USB 1.0 speed.Finally, the manufacturer's note in the Q&A is completely inaccurate: the cord on the unit is no more than 6". Completely useless if it is being attached to the back of a tower just where will most people access the ports on a regular basis without reaching behind the tower, then? 1WORKS GREATARRIVED QUICK GREAT VALUE5
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Description
  • Turn a USB Type-C port on your laptop into three USB-Type A charge-and-sync ports (5Gbps) & one USB Type-C port
  • Includes Power Adapter / 3x USB-A fast-charge ports
  • Powered USB hub for power hungry devices such as external hard drives
  • 4 port USB hub for computers / Chromebook / MacBook Pro / Works with USB 3.0 & USB 2.0 devices / OS independent / Easy to install
  • USB-C to USB-A / USB Port Hub / USB Port Expander / USB Multiport
Reviews

Customer Reviews

One week of life, poor construction.The idea is great -- we need more USB ports, and using a C port is a very practical, even necessary approach. This is not cheap, but I thought it would be worth it. It was.. for a week. Now USB connectors that work perfectly with other slots and hubs don't work with this one (some do). There isn't a good, solid mechanical connection. I definitely do not recommend1Could have been better There is a reason why the price of this is so low.First the good:1) Easily connects up to Thunderbolt2) Attached devices are recognized almost immediately.3) Able to hook up external drives that either required power or no power with no issues4) Works for charging devices like headphones when laptop is offNow the bad1) Supposed to be 10 GB/s. Have such a device, and when connected directly through Thunderbolt, I get close to the speed advertised of the PCI NVMe 3x4 SSD. However, same item connected to this, which is supposed to be 10 Gb/s, I am only getting around 5 GB/s. I have two of these and sadly, both behave the same2) Lately, I have been using it to charge my iPhone. When one cable seemed to start acting like it went bad, I threw it out. I put in a good cable later that day, and it started behaving the same. Hook cable up to direct laptop port and the cable works fine.Other thoughts:I would have returned both of these if I had known that it would not get up to the advertised speed. I bought these to future proof my system, but when the future arrived, it did not look good. 3Reasonable hub but limited number of true USB 3.1 or C-type connections for MacsNone of these hubs do exactly what you want them to do - especially for Apple gear. In my case i needed to increase the number of true USB-C ports and plug in additional Apple lightning cables from disk drives that were brand new only a year ago. You get multiple USB 2.0 ports (only good if you have older peripherals) an SDcard reader for your camera cards (I now have 5 of these) an HDMI port (potentially useful for some monitors but now being superseded by DisplayPorts). It seems like one company (probably in China) came up with a compromise design and all of these post MacBook Pro peripherals are based on it. If you do need one of these for Apple gear you are going to need a bunch of expensive adapters to get any additional use from it. Sadly true of almost all of the similar products currently on the market3Built like a tank, howeverOnly charges. Tried on 2 computers and the file manger does not see the peripherals attached (Iphone8, Pixel2, Western Digital hard drive. BTW the old powered hub works fine, I bought this one for the USB-C. Maybe the other people have working ones, which means that there is a hi defective rate. Save your money.1it's garbageanything in it loses connection constantly. AVOID1Unstable on Windows machinesWhen using USB drives, works awhile then disconnects or produces file errors. Retested different configurations and cables trying to eliminate... without success. Had to discontinue use, but to late to return. Replaced with other designs.1Another over priced junk that doesn't workseems like no one can make a stable thunderbolt 3 dock, none of these things work right1Very disappointed Received today and immediately plugged into the USB-C port on my new 2017 HP Spectre x360 Convertible. The power light lit on the StarTech but the computer would not acknowledge the connection and therefore none of the USB-A or USB-C ports would work. Tried numerous times with plugging/unplugging and rebooting of the computer. Could not get it to work. It's also made of very cheap, thin plastic, more like a child's toy than a piece of quality electronic accessory. I've bought numerous StarTech items in the past and have always had good luck with them so naturally thought that this one would be good also. I was very disappointed. 1Product is not reliable I was looking forward to a USB-C hub with a USB-C import port. Unfortunately, this hub does not recognize many devices that are attached to it through USB-C. On several instances when an adapter with microSDXC or SDXC memory card in it was attached my 2015 12" MacBook would show the drive, but the folders would show as empty and the data on he memory cards could not be accessed. Also, if there were flash drives attached to the USB 3.0 ports the attached drives would disconnect if a USB-C device was inserted into or removed from the USB-C port. Some memory cards, flash drives and external hard drives worked properly, others did not, it was hit or miss. Sometimes just moving the hub ever so gently would cause devices to disconnect from the drive (they did not detach physically, they ceased to show up as connected). This is another in a long list of disappointments with USB-C devices. It appears there are numerous problems with the controller chips for USB-C devices. I have only had consistent positive results with the Apple hub, which is expensive. Until reliable USB-C devices are available buyers should be extremely careful about buying USB-C peripherals. I thought a company like StarTech would not release a flawed product, but the hub I have is definitely flawed and is being returned. 2Works with Oculus Rift on Alienware 17 R5. I bought this to connect the Oculus rift to an Alienware 17 r5 laptop. The Rift needs 4 high speed USB 3.0 ports for room scale and this connected to the USB 3.1 gen 2 thunderbolt port on the back to serve the purpose. Works flawlessly after some tweaks to Windows 10. I had to tell windows to not sleep or go into low power states on the USB ports in the power settings and the device manager. After these adjustments the sensors we're recognized by the Oculus software as 3.0 and passed the setup. Prior to changing the Windows 10 settings the Oculus Rift setup failed, one to two sensors showed as USB 2.0 and sometimes all three had issues. 5It is a piece of JUNKI will probably return this item.... I was only able to attach two things at a time. It does not have enough energy to handle more! So why have 4 hubs when one can only use 2 at a time? Very odd. The only thing I am waiting for is for Dell to tell me if it was the fault of their port or the fault of this little USB hub.... the jury is still out on this one and the window with which I can return is fast closing so I am not sure yet what I am doing. But it also feels junky ... very light... and do not think it is the greatest quality!1Fast and reliable! I can hook up 2 or 3 high speed USB 3 drives with this, plug it into my USB 3.1 port on Mac and get full speed from all the drives. No slow downs! Love this thing! I have multiple Startech products and have come to rely on them for high quality items. This one is no exception. 5Unreliable -- Can't Recommend Connected to the USB-C port on my NUC and providing a pass-through to at StarTech 2 x 2.5" enclosure; it proved absolutely unreliable. You never know if the drives in the enclosure will fire up. When the enclosure is connected directly to the NUC it boots up like a charm and stays running.Similar unreliable performance with a StarTech 2 x 3.5" enclosure, but not sure if it is also related to the loss of all data on the two 3.5" drives in that enclosure (which was tossed in the trash).Regardless...not worth the effort to return this hub. It is also heading for the trash. 1Corrupts filesHappily used this USB hub for 6 months with my Macpro 2017 and had no issues.This week it almost gave me a heart attack: uploaded new vacation photos from camera on my laptop using this USB hub as I always did before and almost all photos were corrupted. On a camera it all looks fine. Tried uploading on older MacAir laptop without USB hub (it has USB ports) - and everything is fine! So I believe the problem is in the USB hub.1Affordable USB-C to USB-A Hub that works well with low power USB devicesI'm using this with a 2017 MacBook Pro 15". I have connected an iPhone 7+, iPad Mini4, Canon printer (MX922) and a Western Digital My Passport 1TB portable USB drive to the Hub with no issues - everything works fine. All devices can be connected simultaneously with no issues. I tried to connect the Apple USB Super Drive, but it draws too much power and will not work with this Hub. Low power devices seem to work fine.4USB-C Hub - 4X USB-A Ports - 10Gbps Plugged into Motherboard ( X470/Ryzen 2700X ) USB-C port , all 4 USB-A ports test at 459.1 MB/s Read and 453.1 MB/s Write with a Samsung 860 EVO 500GB mounted in a Vantec NexStar USB 3.1 Gen 2 external enclosure ( NST-270A31-BK ). Thats ALMOST what the drive gets hooked up directly to a SATA III port, and in an actual transfer...I transferred a 45GB folder of 4K and 1080P movies that was on the drive...to the 1TB NVMe boot drive on the motherboard. It transferred at 405 MB/s for the entire transfer, no buffer shenanigans...just straight raw speed for the entire transfer. Awesome little hub here !!! 5Power hungry and non-functional on two different USB 3.1 cards, cord way shorter than claimed Had to return this as defective after extensive troubleshooting. For one thing, it was hogging so much power from the (perfectly able) CalDigit USB 3.1 card initially attached to it on a MacPro tower that it caused other devices on the card to force-eject. For another, it hardly was able to recognize any (low power, i.e. USB stick) devices attached to it. When it did, it crawled at sub-USB 1.0 speed.Finally, the manufacturer's note in the Q&A is completely inaccurate: the cord on the unit is no more than 6". Completely useless if it is being attached to the back of a tower just where will most people access the ports on a regular basis without reaching behind the tower, then? 1WORKS GREATARRIVED QUICK GREAT VALUE5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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