The Type C to HDMI USB 3.0 Adapter is designed to connect new released computers that uses Sleek but single Type C port (such as 2015 12-Inch MacBook, Lenovo Yoga, Google Chromebook Pixel or ASUS Zen AiO PC etc.) to an existing HDTV, display monitor, or projector with HDMI interface at resolution up to 4K and full HD 1080P while charge your USB-C device simultaneously.
It is intended for outputting user generated content such as presentations, and work documents, it can also work to increase your productivity by extending your computer’s desktop onto to a secondary monitor, doubling available workspace. Moreover, you can also connect USB accessories to your USB-C laptop, like flash drive, keyboard, USB hubs, mouse etc. It is an ideal choice gadget for New Macbook owners.
Features & Benefits
Charge your Macbook at the same time
Designed for new released laptops with single Type-C port
Increase productivity by extending a secondary HDMI monitor
Connect projector for work documents and business presentation
Extend a USB 3.0 Port, like flash drives, keyboard, USB hubs, mouse and other USB 3.0 devices
1) What is Type C?
USB Type-C is a new standard connector that’s very tiny. It’s about a third the size of an old USB Type-A plug. Type-C supports exciting new USB standard, like USB Power Delivery (USB PD) and USB 3.1.
The USB Power Delivery (USB PD) specification ups the power delivery to 100 watts, unlike a USB 2.0 connection provides up to 2.5 watts of power only. It’s bi-directional, so a device can either send or receive power. And this power can be transferred at the same time the device is transmitting data across the connection.
The USB 3.1 is a new USB standard. It doubles the bandwidth to 10Gbps from USB 3‘s theoretical bandwidth of 5 Gbps.
This is a single connector standard that every device should be able to use; it’s an all-in-one connector. The combined standards of USB PD and USB 3.1 make Type-C connector very powerful. That one tiny connector can be small and fit into a mobile device, or be the powerful port you use to connect all the peripherals to your laptop.
2) Benefits of Type C
* You’ll just need a single cable, whether you’re connecting an external hard drive to your laptop or charging your smartphone from a USB charger.
* No more messes of different USB cables with different connector shapes for all the various devices you want.
* No more massive ports taking up an unnecessary amount of room on ever-thinner devices.
* Allows you to have adapters that can output HDMI, VGA, DisplayPort, or other types of connections from the single Type-C port.
3) Devices already on Type C today
USB Type-C is a worthy upgrade. It’s making waves on the new MacBook, but it’s not an Apple-only technology and it will shortly be appearing in devices from practically everyone. Below are the Notebooks, Tablets, Smartphones and Monitor that supports Type-C.
* Google’s second Chromebook Pixel
* ASUS Transformer book T100HA
* Apple’s 2015 MacBook
* Dell XPS 13 & 15
* HP Elite x2 1012 G1
* Razer Blade Stealth
* Razer Blade (2016)
* Nokia N1
* ASUS 8-inch Android tablet, ZenPad S8
* Google’s Pixel C tablet
* BLU Vivo XL and BLU Vivo 5
* General Mobile GM 5 Plus
* Huawei P9
* HTC 10
* Lenovo ZUK Z1
* Lenovo Zuk Z2 Pro
* Letv Le Superphone
* LG G5
* Meizu PRO 5 and PRO 6
* Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950 XL
* Motorola Moto Z and Z Force
* Nextbit Robin
* Nexus 5X and Nexus
* OnePlus 2
* Xiaomi Mi4c
* Xiaomi Mi5
* ZTE Axon 7
* ASUS portable monitor