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Master Geek
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Topic # 235943 10-May-2018 21:38
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Hi all
I've just purchased a Zenbook UX430, according to their website it comes with a 3.1 USBC port. What I am looking for is a hub that has a full sized HDMI output and 3 X USB (only one needs to be 3.0) what affordable options are there for me to look at?

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 2013717 11-May-2018 06:51
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Asus have an official list. I'd stick to something from there:

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  Reply # 2013724 11-May-2018 07:32
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We buy these at work for a mixture of SurfaceBooks, X1 Carbons & MacBooks. No issues with them: I think there is a cheaper version if you don't require ethernet. 


There is also another slightly more expensive version that has USB C passthrough for charging. 


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2013866 11-May-2018 10:16
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Thanks lxsw, will check that out looks like what I'm after.

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  Reply # 2013897 11-May-2018 11:03
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If you can handle only two USB ports, I sell this one on my online store. Use the code Geekzone for 15% off, too.

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  Reply # 2018930 19-May-2018 13:18
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In case anyone comes on to this thread. My computer actually came with two dongles from the box; one USBC to HDMI and a USBC to Network (I assume 100/100) 


I looked on Aliexpress and found the below linked adapter; HDMI and 3 x USB3 ports along with a usbc as well. Plugging it in everything worked flawlessly out of the box and it cost me like $40 bucks shipped. Feels like a really nice bit of kit as its made out of aluminium.


Ugreen USB C HUB USB-C to 3.0 HUB HDMI VGA Thunderbolt 3 Adapter

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