USB-C 3.1, 4-in-1 Mini Dock, 4k HDMI @ 30Hz, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 Type-A, And USB-C Charge Port

$49.67 $39.67
Did you get that fancy new MacBook only to discover it's solitary USB-C port is supposed to do everything, including charging. Do you remember when you would get USB ports, an HDMI or maybe a VGA out and even an Ethernet port? Perhaps it's the latest toy from Lenovo, Dell, or any other of the laptop manufacturers looking to cut costs. Maybe you got the latest Samsung Galaxy or other device that supports DisplayPort over USB-C. We have some good news for you, our USB-C Mini Dock, powered by DisplayPort over USB-C gives you a 4K @30Hz HDMI out (no typo DP carries the HDMI signal), a Gigabit Ethernet port for when WiFi is a no go, a USB 3.0 Type-A Port (the old rectangle) for expansion and a handy USB-C charge back port so you can keep your devices ticking while getting work done.

USB-C High Definition Video Cable, USB-C from device to HDMI 4K on TV, 6 foot

$37.04 $27.04
This cable takes advantage of the latest USB standard, USB Type-C Alternate Modes, to bring you a simple video cable for your device, be it the newest Galaxy, Android tablet, MacBook, or PC laptop. If your device has a USB-C port look for the USB trident. Next to the trident will be the DP symbol (the P will be in the D.) With this port, streaming on a big screen is as easy as plugging the USB-C end into your device and the HDMI end into your display. There are no drivers to install, it just works! For those interested in technical details, the cable works because VESA decided to release DisplayPort over USB-C in order to make the newest connector on the universal serial bus even more universal. This standard that they developed keeps all the good of USB SuperSpeed and augments it with DisplayPort A/V which includes 4K HDMI! Please note that not all USB C equipped devices allow video out via a cable like this. Please check the specifications on your device to ensure it is capable. Hint look for the USB trident logo with DisplayPorts D logo next to it. If that does not work you can always check the manual for DisplayPort over USB-C or use the Google, you can try asking in over live chat or by phone but please be prepared to supply the make and model of your device.