7 ports of freedom

November 21, 2015 |

If you’re the owner of a MacBook (2015) this Aukey USB-C to 7-Port USB 3.0 Aluminum Hub is a much needed hub and now everyday I see more and more USB-C devices so now is the time to buy and this unit is by far the best looking and one of the fastest data transfer rates of up to 5Gbps which is 10 times faster than USB 2.0 and the solid aluminum body and rounded cylinder shape is very rich looking. With this hub you get 7 ports and hub is powered by 5V/4A power adapter which makes full use of all 7 ports and another feature is the hub is plug-and-play so No driver needed for easy setup. As for safety Aukey also has you covered with over-current protection built into each port to protect both connected devices and your hub from power surges. I have so many USB peripherals and this hub eliminates extra power cords and keep my workstation clutter free. Overall this is a great looking/easy to use hub that’s very well built and protected. Hub also comes with 18 Month worry-free warranty for piece of mind and AUKEYs customer support is very fast and friendly as I emailed them a few times for other products and was very pleased.



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i wanted to introduce myself to all of you and add a little about my background in the Android/tech world, my name is Darren Wilson and i am from Pittsburgh pa and i am 49 years old. I have been in the phone game as far back as the windows mobile days when a HTC touch pro was a powerhouse of a phone and development was a far cry to what it is these days but that’s the past and now im 100% android and love it but i do dabble in IOS/MAC but prefer windows machines. i absolutely love doing reviews and spreading the word about products i believe in and test. im a reviewer for about 50 companies such as RavPower/inateck/aukey and anker to name a few and hoping to grow that list. Being from Pittsburgh im a steelers and penguins fan for life so dont hate me for that please. lol I have been a longtime member of xda and many other sites but my “goto” site has been xda for years When im not working on my device my daily job is also a passion of mine and that’s operating heavy equipment. i hope to improve my android development skills as i feel there is no end in sight for how far development can go and hope i covered any questions you may have but feel free to hit me up here or on twitter @darrenwlsn or on facebook

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