How would it be like to connect seven devices to a single port? Efficient, right?
Kingston Digital has launched the Nucleum 7-in-1 Type C USB Hub in India. Nucleum is said to be a good deal for newer MacBook's as it gives additional USB-C and USB-A ports and in addition HDMI and SD/microSD card spaces. It is currently accessible at Rs 6,900 (around $95) in retail stores and online.
Nucleum accompanies numerous ports worked to handle most of the devices that we might connect to a computer, for example, mouse, consoles and even a second monitor, besides all the other things that you could possibly think of connecting to it.
The device looks like a bar, more like a charger with several ports to connect different devices to it. It supports Windows 7, 8/8.1, 10, Mac OSX 10.9 and later, Linux 2.6.x and later, and Chrome OS.
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) can often happen between USB 3.0 ports (on any gadget or computer) and Wi-Fi devices, for example, keyboards, wireless mouse, and routers. The broadband noise which is created from the USB 3.0 data spectrum can affect remote radio beneficiaries broadcasting at 2.4GHz when both are in close contact with each other, resulting in an unpleasant experience. However, this is when the feasibility of Nucleum 7-in-1 Type C USB Hub comes in handy. EMI on Nucleum is said to be negligible to none because of its protecting and port placement.
The shielding is set on the USB ports and the design for both USB Type A and C are inverse to each other rather than one next to the other. This decreases the likelihood of EMI and the physical placement is said to enable greater room between ports to help the fitting of power connectors of different sizes, something which is of great concern in general connectors.
The room for toying around with a lot of USB devices all at once increases with the launch of Nucleum, and it is bound to increase the efficiency of computer users. However, for the generic, basic users, this port is not something that they would really like to invest money in, for they may not have enough devices to connect to it.