Moshi Symbus Mini docking station is called a portable USB-C hub

Moshi Symbus Mini docking station is called a portable USB-C hub

The Moshi range has been expanded with the Symbus Mini device. It connects to the host using a USB-C connector. If a laptop acts as a host, it can count on power (up to 70W). Symbus Mini is configured with SD and microSD card slots with UHS-1 support, two USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, and one HDMI and Gigabit Ethernet each. In other words, it’s a docking station, although the manufacturer itself calls the Moshi Symbus Mini a portable USB-C hub. The device is Thunderbolt 3 compatible and Plug and Play. No driver installation required.

The monitor connected to the dock can output 4K video with a frame rate of 60 Hz, HDR and 7.1 surround sound.

During storage and transportation, the USB-C cable can be stowed away in a special recess, where it is magnetically secured.

The Symbus Mini device costs $ 90.

Moshi Symbus Mini docking station is called a portable USB-C hub

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