Minix Launches New USB-C Range

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Minix is re­leas­ing the NEO C range, a va­ri­ety of USB-C adap­tors and ca­bles as more prod­ucts use and stock USB-C ports and ca­bles.

Minix says the NEO C range ahs been es­igned and man­u­fac­tured us­ing pre­mium qual­ity ma­te­ri­als for en­hanced dura­bil­ity, qual­ity and de­sign flair to pro­duce stun­ning picture and sound clar­ity. The range fea­tures sim­ple plug and play con­nec­tiv­ity and univer­sal com­pat­i­bil­ity, sup­port­ing Win­dows, Mac and Chrome OS.

The prod­ucts in the range in­clude, The NEO C-D a USB mul­ti­port adap­tor for the Ap­ple MacBook Pro; NEO C-HD, a USB-C to 4K @ 60Hz HDMI Adap­tor; NEO C-E, a USB-C to gi­ga­bit eth­er­net adap­tor; and NEO C-MUC, a USB-C to USB-C ca­ble.

The NEO C-D adap­tor fea­tures seven ports with a HDMI, Thun­der­bolt 3, USB 3, 2 x USB 3.0 and Mi­cro SD and SD card read­ers. The Thun­der­bolt 3 port en­ables the user to charge the MacBook Pro (13” 61W and 15” 87W), plus achieve data trans­fer speeds up to 40Gbps, and crys­tal­clear screen res­o­lu­tion up to 5K @ 60Hz or two 4K @ 60Hz dis­plays. The con­ve­nience of more ports means your Ap­ple MacBook Pro is more pro­duc­tive and you have even greater choice in how you use your MacBook.

The NEO C-HD is a 20cm plug-and-play con­nec­tor that lets you en­joy your con­tent in 4K Ul­tra-high def­i­ni­tion picture res­o­lu­tion on the big screen. The MINIX USB-C to Gi­ga­bit Eth­er­net adap­tor pro­vides di­rect ac­cess to su­per-fast wired net­work con­nec­tions, sup­port­ing very high band­width up to 1000Mbps.

The NEO C-MUC is has a 120cm ca­ble and is de­signed with re­versible USB-C con­nec­tors on both ends, which means you can sim­ply plug the ca­ble in any di­rec­tion. The ca­ble of­fers stun­ning clar­ity and sound with Ul­tra HD 4K @ 60Hz dis­play out­let to pro­duce a high-qual­ity picture from your ex­ter­nal dis­play. The ca­ble can achieve in­cred­i­ble data trans­fer speeds up to 10Gbps, which is up to 20X faster than USB 2.0 (480Mbps) and 2X faster than USB 3.0 (5Gbps). The ca­ble of­fers univer­sal com­pat­i­bil­ity, durable de­sign and fast charg­ing with up to 4.5A of power out­put.

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