If you need to add multiple peripherals like flash drives, printers, Ethernet, a display, or any other accessories you already own into your new USB-C devices, a USB-C hub or dock will let you hook them all up to a single USB-C port at one time.
Basically, this story tells you (in short paragraphs)
Went back at the beginning, we just finished our first hub - USB C Multi-port 3 in 1 adapter. We believe expend 3 more ports are not enough for those laptops with fewer and fewer ports. We wanna build our own USB C Hub which covers basic needs with stabilized functionality, plus, additional details from uni, only from uni.
Again, we just want to add a choice when you come to a daily use USB C hub, provide you a Plan B, like always.
HOW (below is a Lite version. It will be a nightmare if you get the whole story.)
A. Several detailed and comprehensive market research, on the subjects “whether we want a hub with a cable” and “what ports we want our hub have”. (4 weeks)
B. The designer set down how the hub going to looks like based on the actual needs (explain our outcome of market research to our designer). (6 weeks)
Basic Needs -
C. Confirm with the factory that the product's appearance balance the design and function.
D. First launched on the KS platform, shows to everyone that we launched these amazing items. And thanks to 2,066 backers to help bring this project to life.
E. First part of the story related to the hub is over(in some degrees).
WHAT we’ve done ?We kept our promise that get you two daily use USB C Hubs.
One is perfect for road warriors, while the other one is perfect for the desk person.
Actually we started this project not to make a profit, but to provide you solutions for all these problems (I bet you can't find a second factory that made this kind of hardest product lower than our price)
Well, the second part of the story goes to how uni hubs live on the Amazon. :(
All small details show who Uni's building this product for
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