Review: Aluminum 4 port USB 3.0 HUB By Cheotech

Review: Aluminum 4 port USB 3.0 HUB By Cheotech

wp-1469989583837.jpgNot a bad HUB for the most part. It’s build Apple products, but I found ways around that and use it in my car or have a double male USB cored to hook up to you PC or whatever you like. Fact connection speeds and can charge things rather quickly if you are in a pickle.

CHOETECH USB-C to 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub
Works with the latest computers and smart devices with USB-C ports.

Sleek & Slim Design to…

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Review: Aluminum 4 port USB 3.0 HUB By Cheotech

wp-1469989583837.jpgNot a bad HUB for the most part. It’s build Apple products, but I found ways around that and use it in my car or have a double male USB cored to hook up to you PC or whatever you like. Fact connection speeds and can charge things rather quickly if you are in a pickle.

CHOETECH USB-C to 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub
Works with the latest computers and smart devices with USB-C ports.

Sleek & Slim Design to Meet Your Life Style
Solid aluminum bodywith Ultra Slim design perfectly match to your Apple New
Macbook 12 Inch, Google ChromeBook Pixel

Extra Ports
Turn one USB-C port into four USB 3.0 ports.

Super Fast Data Transferring Speed
Transfer data at speeds of up to 5 Gbps through four ports, 10 times faster than
USB2.0, spending less time syncing.

Compatible Devices:
– 2015 MacBook with 12″ Retina Display (NOT 2015 MacBook Pro)
– 2015 Google Chromebook Pixel
– Lenovo Yoga 900 (13 Inch)
– New Dell XPS 13 9350

81H7AwCZnYL._SL1500_Supported Systems:
– Mac (OS X 10.2 and above)
– Windows (8 / 7 / Vista / XP)
– Linux

Certificate:
CE certified & FCC certified & RoHS compliant

Warranty:
Fan-favorite 18-month warranty and friendly customer service

Please Note:
•Wireless network adapter, receiver, bluetooth adapter that can only work with their motherboard USB HOST may not be compatible with a third-party USB C hub.
•Mac OS may not work with any USB HUB unless latest update applied, please apply the latest update for MAC OS from Apple.

Throw Back Wednesday

I find myself looking at old computer parts while cleaning out my garage. I found an Windows 98 install disk, a few floppy disks and a zip drive haha.  Got me thinking about much were computer back in the day and what they were loaded with. Here is the answer:

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For $2500.00 you too can buy this Sharp Notebook! 515MB hard drive!? Haha! It’s amazing how far we’ve come over the past 20 years. I found a Toshiba laptop for $400.00 with a terabyte of memory over 8 gigs of ram.(Best Buy if you are wondering.) Heck my Note 3 is rocking a
Card slot microSD 64 GB, Internal 32GB storage with 3 GB RAM.