PowerTrend-SOTA Announces the Launch of the USB Type-C Q-HUB

A New USB Type-C Portable Docking Station that Connects, Charges, and Delivers Data from Up To 3 USB Type-A or Type-C Devices to Your Computer

Press Release updated: Oct 26, 2017 05:00 PDT

PowerTrend-SOTA announces the launch of its new Q-HUB USB Type-C portable docking station to the market, alleviating the inconvenience and confusion surrounding the USB Type-C interface. The Q-HUB allows PC and Mac users to connect, charge, and transfer data from up to 3 of their USB peripherals that use Type-A and Type-C connectors and simultaneously display to external monitors through the HDMI port at 4K resolution, while distributing up to 65 watts of power. This one device can not only save consumers money by eliminating the need to replace devices that use Type-A USB connectors, but it also delivers the data on those devices at 3.1 speeds through its convenient built-in Type-C cable. PowerTrend-SOTA’s Q-HUB is will be available for $100 at leading retailers, Factory Outlet, and Amazon.com.

“The introduction of USB Type-C cables and connectors brings a new era of ‘one universal interface for all devices’, but its current implementation can be confusing at best,” said Naurry Kwon, General Manager of PowerTrend-SOTA. “With this confusion in the market, consumers are wading through the sea of non-compliant USB Type-C products that aren’t equipped to handle their promised speeds or power.”

The Q-HUB from PowerTrend-SOTA connects all peripherals that have Type-A and Type-C connectors to both Macs and PCs at USB 3.1 speeds, and allows users to connect an external display with 4K resolution through an HDMI port. At a sleek size of 3.8 inches wide X 2.7 inches long X only 0.6 inches tall, the Q-HUB brings both style and portability to charging, data transfer, and computer capability. PowerTrend-SOTA’s Q-HUB also delivers USB PD-compliant power to up to 3 connected devices, in addition to your computer-when the Q-HUB is connected to supported Type-C power adapter-while simultaneously allowing data transfer & HDMI video output. Now you can view your media and presentations from your laptop in HDMI 2.0A full resolution on any display via the HDMI port and can still be connected to other devices.  

Q-Hub (USB Type-C Hub)                                                      MSRP $99.99 USD

For more information on PowerTrend-SOTA’s USB Type-C products visit powertrend-sota.com or Amazon.com. 

About PowerTrend-SOTA

After manufacturing gadgets, electronics, and other products for many well known brands across the globe, PowerTrend-SOTA decided to combine their passion for innovative product design with their expertise in manufacturing by expressing it with their own brand. Their vision was to create a brand that represents cutting edge designs built with quality and innovation in mind. With their experienced designers and engineers, Power Trend is able to develop and make their concepts come to life. Now, they’re in the forefront of producing trendy, fashionable, lifestyle enhancing gadgets with the latest technology. For more information, please visit www.powertrend-sota.com.

For Review Units or More Information, Please Contact:​

Jim Noyd
​Noyd Communications Inc.
T: 310-951-3768
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Cameron Black
​Noyd Communications Inc.
T: 310-951-3768
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