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USB C hub with ethernet, HDMI, and power pass through.
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Last Edited by dolby February 13, 2020 at 12:29 AM
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can't see the coupon. dead?
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deals dead
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USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 chipset with its 20Gbits/s of bandwidth supports 4K 60hz 18Gbits/s.

That may be the case, but I just found the manual online it states " Support 1080p at 60Hz or UHD 3840 x 2160 at 30Hz "
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There is another port for laptop charger. 24w power is only for supporting the hub. You can see laptop charger port on one of the pictures above.

You are right. The manual called it a USB C PD Input. And states, "• Connect to power adapter of PC • Support PD 3.0 100W max, Note:1. The device won't work without DC input.
2. Please connect the USB C PD to the
dock when charging the computer, or charging won't start
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I tried again just now, couldn't see it either. Looks dead all right. Time to call customer service!
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Possibly shill-y

It's a Sunvalley Group product, so they tend to get prompted on SD.


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That's my understanding as well, that the 4k 60hz signal would take up all available lanes from the single USB-C connection and there would be no bandwidth left for any of the other ports.
It depends on the bandwidth of the USB C port, I don't see any connection dip on Thunderbolt 3 which can handle up to 40Gbps. 4k would take up all the bandwidth on a Thunderbolt 2 port which is only 10Gbps.
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It depends on the bandwidth of the USB C port, I don't see any connection dip on Thunderbolt 3 which can handle up to 40Gbps. 4k would take up all the bandwidth on a Thunderbolt 2 port which is only 10Gbps.
In this case we can deduce from the given design specs (4k HDMI + 5gbps for data transfer) that it's operating at USB 3.2 (aka 3.1 gen 2) speed so 4k/30 would be all that it is equipped to provide regardless of what more capable host port you plug it in to.
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If anyone needs 4k 60hz over USB-C, Anker has this surprisingly affordable one:

HDMI only:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MYUC...=ianker-20

Multi-hub:

https://www.amazon.com/5in1-Type-...oding=UTF8
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