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4 Port USB-C Hub

A 4-port USB-C hub facilitates data transfer between your computer and various peripherals like mice, keyboards, external displays, etc., overcoming the limitations of limited USB-C ports and enhancing overall productivity.



More About 4 Port USB-C Hub

Anker has manufactured a range of high-grade 4 port USB hubs to expand your connection options and boost your working efficiency. Featuring the advanced USB 3.0 standard, our 4 port USB hubs enable data transfer at up to 5Gbps, almost 10 times faster than USB 2.0 hubs, which is enough to transfer an HD movie in a few seconds.

Moreover, with 4 ports available, they allow you to connect multiple peripherals simultaneously, streamlining your workflow and providing convenience. But Anker’s 4 port USB hubs are extraordinary in more ways. For example, our hubs are equipped with damage-resistant cables that can withstand repeated bending and twisting, making them perfect for heavy-duty use. Furthermore, our cables are up to 2 ft long, which gives you ample freedom to position the hubs as you like.

In short, Anker’s 4 port USB hubs are a versatile addition to your workspace. Come shop Anker’s 4 port USB-C hubs and embrace a new level of connectivity and efficiency for your tasks now! Also, if you feel that 4 ports are not enough for your needs, check out Anker’s 7 port USB hubs or more multi-port USB hubs!

4 Port USB-C Hub FAQs

What is a 4-port USB hub used for?

A 4-port USB hub is a device designed to expand the number of available USB ports on a computer or other device. It enables users to connect multiple USB peripherals, such as flash drives, keyboards, mice, printers, or external hard drives, to a single USB port on their computer, allowing simultaneous communication between the computer and multiple peripherals.

What are the advantages of using a 4-port USB-C hub?

A 4-port USB-C hub offers several advantages:

Expanded Connectivity: Allowing you to connect up to 4 peripherals to a single USB-C port on your device to expand its functionality.

Data Transfer Speed: Supporting high data transfer speeds and allowing you to move large files quickly. For example, Anker Ultra Slim 4-Port USB 3.0 Data Hub can sync data at a blazing 5Gbps.

Compact and Portable: These hubs are usually compact and portable, making them convenient for travel or work on the go.

Can I connect multiple monitors to a 4-port USB-C hub?

Yes. You can connect multiple monitors to a 4-port USB-C hub if your hub has multiple video output outputs. However, the number of monitors you can connect may depend on the hub's specifications and your computer's graphics capabilities. Be sure to check compatibility and the hub's maximum display support before attempting to connect multiple monitors.

Are there any limitations to using a 4-port USB-C hub?

Yes, there are limitations to using a 4-port USB-C hub. First, it can only support a certain number of devices simultaneously. If you connect too many devices, it may not provide enough power or bandwidth for all of them to function properly. Additionally, compatibility with specific devices and operating systems can vary, so it's essential to ensure your devices are compatible with the hub before use.

Do I need drivers for a 4-port USB-C hub to work?

No, most 4-port USB-C hubs typically don’t need drivers to work. They are generally plug-and-play devices that will work with your computer without any additional software. However, there are some USB-C hubs that may require software support to use some additional features like ethernet, etc.

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