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USB Hub w/ type C powered by USB Type-A

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so the input is a single USB 3 and the output is powered USB A and it has a USB C port? 


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138 is a good number.

 

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Aliexpress has a few of those

 


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26 minutes ago, themctipers said:

so the input is a single USB 3 and the output is powered USB A and it has a USB C port? 

The part that goes into your computer is USB type-A, in the hub part, there are mostly USB type-A's with like one USB Type-C port.

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3 minutes ago, deaddudaman31122 said:

Link please, if possible.

Interesting, I couldnt find any with type c, only micro usb. But I found this one in another site:

http://www.usbgear.com/CG-7PU313C-PS.html

 

or you could get a regular hub and get an adapter.

 


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