Monoprice USB-C 4K HDMI Multiport Adapters 2023 REVIEW — MacSources

5 min readMay 24

Transform your USB-C port into a powerful hub with Monoprice USB-C Multiport Adapters!

From smartphones to laptops, we rely on these gadgets for work and leisure. However, as devices become more advanced, they often require different ports and connections to function properly. This is where a multiport adapter comes in handy.

A multiport adapter is a small device that allows you to connect multiple peripherals or devices to your computer or laptop simultaneously. It serves as a bridge between your computer and other devices such as external hard drives, monitors, keyboards, mice, and more. A single port on a laptop may not be enough for all the necessary connections needed for work or entertainment purposes. Monoprice has a couple of great options for multiport adapters — the 7‑in‑1 USB‑C Multiport 4K HDMI Adapter and the 6‑in‑1 USB‑C Multiport 4K HDMI Adapter.


The Monoprice USB C Multiport 4K HDMI Adapters are a must-have for individuals who are looking for an all-in-one solution to connect multiple devices to their laptops or desktops. These multi-port adapters feature six or seven different ports that allow users to connect their laptops or desktops to external displays, Ethernet networks, and other USB peripherals.

One of the key features of this adapter is its ability to support up to 4K resolution video output through its HDMI port. This means that users can enjoy high-quality video content on larger screens without having to sacrifice image quality. Additionally, the adapter’s compact and lightweight design makes it easy for users to carry it around with them wherever they go.

Main Features

  • Supports HDMI resolutions up to 4K@60Hz on DisplayPort 1.4 Alt Mode hosts or 4K@30Hz with DP 1.2 Alt Mode
  • One USB 3.0 Type‑C and two Type‑A ports with data transfer rates up 5Gbps
  • Up to 100W of USB Type‑C Power Delivery passthrough

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