The Dell USB-C Multiport Adapter is a multiport 7-in-1 adapter that can connect to almost any device. When your laptop doesn't have any more USB-C charging ports, its downstream USB-C port allows power to pass through. Two USB-A ports, one USB-C port, one HDMI port, one Display Port port, one VGA port, and one RJ-45 connector are among the many ports offered. The mobile adapter connects to a variety of devices, including monitors, projectors, headsets, keyboards, mice, flash drives, and other peripherals. A USB-C downstream port that supports power pass through, video, and data allow you to connect to a display with up to 4K resolution at 30Hz, SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps data transmission, and 90W power pass through to your laptop. In addition, the adapter supports 4K resolution at 60Hzi, allowing you to connect to high-quality monitors without sacrificing performance. Simply connect your monitor or projector to your PC using your adapter's Display Port or HDMI 2.0 connector. SuperSpeed data transfers: Two USB-A and one USB-C downstream ports allow you to connect to other compatible peripherals and transmit files at up to 10 Gbps. SuperSpeed.
Innovative patented design
This portable multiport converter features a full selection of ports provided in a USB-C adapter and is the smallest and most compact 7-in-1 adapter. In addition, its revolutionary design allows you to handle your cable in a unique way, allowing you to stretch and retract it as needed.
Lightweight and portable: The smallest and most compact 7-in-1 adaptor, which is about the size of your palm and fits easily in your pocket or backpack, takes up very little room.
Flexible cable management: Enjoy one-of-a-kind cable management with its proprietary design that conceals and protects the cable when not in use. Rotate the adapter's top and bottom covers to extend or retract the USB-C cable.
Connect to a variety of form factors, including clamshells, 2-in-1s, and detachable. In addition, the round coaxial cable provides improved signal quality for consistent communication wherever your busy day takes you.
Enjoy uninterrupted TV and internet while connecting and removing your USB-C power source from the adaptor. When used with Dell PCs, the adapter is broadly compatible since it supports major operating systems and business-class capabilities. In addition, it comes with a 3-year guarantee for further peace of mind.
Stay productive: The multiport adapter's Fast Role Swap function guarantees that video and LAN connectivity are maintained even when the USB-C power supply is withdrawn from the adapter.
Widely applicable: The adapter is compatible with a broad range of major operating systems, including Windows 10 64 Bit, MAC OS X, Ubuntu, Chrome, and RHEL, and provides smooth communication with virtually any PC. Supports enterprise-level functionality, such as MAC address pass: The multiport adapter supports a wide range of enterprise-level functions, including MAC address pass.
The Dell USB-C hub is compatible with the following
- Alienware M15 R4
- Alienware M15 R6
- Alienware M15 R7
- Alienware M17 R4
- Alienware X14 R1
- Alienware X15 R1
- Alienware X15 R2
- Alienware X17 R1
- Alienware X17 R2
- Chromebook 11 3000 3110
- Chromebook 11 3000 3110 2-in-1
- Chromebook 11 3100
- Chromebook 11 3100 2-In-1
- G5 15 (5510)
- G5 15 (5511)
- G5 15 (5520)
- Inspiron 13 5000 (5301)
- Inspiron 13 5000 (5310)
- Inspiron 13 7000 (7306) 2-in-1
- Inspiron 14 5000 (5402)
- Inspiron 14 5000 (5406) 2-in-1
- Inspiron 14 5000 (5410)
- Inspiron 14 5000 (5410) 2-in-1
- Inspiron 14 5000 (5420)
- Inspiron 14 5000 (5425)
- Inspiron 14 7000 (7400)
- Inspiron 14 7000 (7415) 2-in-1
- Inspiron 14 7000 (7420) 2-in-1
- Inspiron 15 5000 (5502)
- Inspiron 15 5000 (5510)
- Inspiron 15 5000 (5515)
- Inspiron 15 7000 (7506) 2-in-1
- Inspiron 15 7000 (7510), etc.
Why should you buy the Dell USB-C Hub?
This Dell USB-C Mobile Adapter - DA300 delivers seamless video, network, and data communication in a tidy, small form, with the broadest selection of port options available, including HDMI, DP, VGA, Ethernet, USB-C, and USB-A. Connect to 4K panels at 60 frames per second for crisp, clear images without sacrificing performance. With SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps data transfer rates, you may connect other approved devices to the USB-C and USB-A downstream ports and experience quicker file transfers. The converter is cleverly designed to fit neatly in your bag and has a hidden connection for easy storage. A longer coaxial cable gives you more options for working with different form factors, such as clamshells, 2-in-1s, and detachables, while also improving signal quality.
Is it worth buying the Dell USB-C Hub?
As laptops become thinner and thinner, with fewer and fewer connections, the finest USB-C hubs are becoming increasingly important. For instance, the Dell XPS 13 is a great laptop, but it only features two USB-C ports, a microSD card, and a headphone connector. This means you're limited in your ability to upload photographs from an SD card, connect your laptop to an ethernet cable, or stream a movie to your TV via an HDMI cable. Furthermore, if you have a lot of hard drives with a USB-A connector, you'll be annoyed that you can't connect them to your computer anymore. However, by connecting a USB-C hub, you'll suddenly expand the number of ports available to you, letting you connect as many devices as you need. That means you'll be able to connect everything to your computer, from printers to phones, mice to displays.
Dell USB-C hub vs thunderbolt 3
Despite the fact that the ports appear to be identical and the two interfaces may share cables, there are significant differences between USB-C and Thunderbolt 3. Thunderbolt 3 has all the same features like USB-C, although USB-C does not have all of Thunderbolt 3's characteristics. The latter offers substantially greater performance, running at 40Gbps against 10Gbps for USB-C. Thunderbolt 3 can show video on two 4K or one 5K screens. However, USB-C is limited to a single 4K display. Thunderbolt 3 ports are backward compatible with USB-C, which means that USB-C devices may be plugged into a Thunderbolt 3 port, and data will be transferred at the USB-C 10Gbps speed. However, the opposite may not be true: a Thunderbolt 3 device put into a USB-C port may not function properly. For example, if a Thunderbolt 3 display is inserted into a laptop port, the laptop will most likely charge, but the external display may display an incompatible notice.
Another significant distinction is that Thunderbolt 3 permits daisy-chaining of linked devices, allowing a single computer port to be utilized. The same cannot be true with USB-C, as each device must be connected to its own port. A USB-C hub might be purchased, but this adds to the expense and complexity of the setup.
Dell USB-C hub vs. Docking Station
The difference between these two connections is negligible when it comes down to it. Both are intended to increase the number of devices that your laptop can connect to. While many laptops currently have several ports — from USB-C and HDMI 2.0 to the more recent Thunderbolt 4 connection – many of the greatest laptops forego them in favor of a more elegant, lightweight form factor (we're looking at you, MacBook Air and Dell XPS 13).
A USB-C hub is often used to increase the number of ports on your laptop and is powered by the laptop. A decent hub is usually tiny and light to match the mobility of a laptop, and it's ideal for professionals who are frequently on the road. While most PC peripherals require USB-A connectivity, the finest hubs also include SD card slots, HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, and Gigabit Ethernet ports.
In some aspects, docking stations are superior to USB-C hubs, although they are less portable and more costly. These provide an all-around connection, with up to 10 ports for a variety of devices. They're mostly used to convert your laptop into a desktop replacement, with support for up to 8K resolution or dual 4K at 60Hz, audio, SD card readers, and a wide range of USB-A and USB-C peripherals. Docking stations, which give power via a power outlet, may charge all of them simultaneously, as well as your laptop.
Do Dell USB-C docking stations work with other laptops?
Dell USB Type-C and Thunderbolt Docks work with laptops from HP and Lenovo that support industry standards for USB-C and Thunderbolt docking, respectively.
What is the difference between a docking station and a USB-C hub?
Professional docking stations are bigger and more suited. Docking stations, unlike USB-C hubs, may connect to up to three external displays and even handle an 8K resolution on a single screen. In addition, they usually have more ports than USB-C hubs.
Will a powered USB hub work without power?
If your USB peripherals require power adapters, they are most likely not powered by the USB port and may be used on a USB hub without one. This is because the USB ports on the hub are solely utilized for data transfer and do not draw power from the hub when USB devices that need power adapters are installed.