Le Touch USB 3.0 for MacBook

This negativity I encountered in the first 5 minutes of use, but unfortunately there are others. MicroSD and SD ports are except in the sense that if they used a doesn’t work. OK, it’s not a big problem, but honestly I was disappointed. The other thing to consider is that the connected devices don’t travel at maximum speed of USB 3.0. Here though is there to clarify one thing, namely that I am trying other products recently on the MacBook and no one gave me the same results on the MacBook Pro 13 “Retina. Evidently it is the computer not to provide the required capability, even though on paper the USB-a USB 3.0 3.1 C should handle without problems.

I have instead encountered limitations in terms of feeding, because even with all ports busy you can use various devices without fear of disconnection for excessive energy demand. Right limitation we carry over some speed tests I’ve done:

As you can see from the last test, evidently the device manages to overcome the limitations of USB 2.0 featured on entertainmentdns.com, however the results are often much lower than those obtained with USB 3.0 ports. I repeat, however, that my conclusion in this regard is that the problem is in the MacBook and not so much in the HUB. In the coming days I’ll make other comparisons with ultra fast devices connected to a demonstration of what I say.

Conclusion

You have read several my complaints in this review but the USB HUB-C of Letouch is not a product not recommended. With only 26.99 € takes home far more than what Apple offers us with the simple USB adapter-USB-A (which has pretty much the same price), having the ability to connect multiple devices and also read memoirs. Negatives are there and I don’t have it hidden, but remains definitely a useful device for all owners of a MacBook. Personally I would do a version 2.0 by replacing one of the two USB with a USB-C for recharging, slightly distanzierei everything (at the cost of doing it a little longer) and would try to avoid the exclusivity of microSD and SD. Perhaps the latter is not physically possible in this thick, in fact when the two use the same circuit from what I can gather (in fact the SD goes upside down than the microSD).