I'm having 2 workstations, 3 laptops. Got bored of plugging in-out all the cables every time I switch laptops/workstations. My plan is to just buy 2 hubs for the 2 workstations, and I only have to plug one cable. I'm really hoping it's possible.
I know each port has it's own limitations. I just don't understand the exact numbers. Ideally I would like to (at the same time):
- run an external monitor 4k@60hz
- charge (I don't care about speed, just charge at least the amount of power that it's using)
- have ethernet through LAN@500Mbps (if this is the deciding factor, I'm happy with wifi)
- run an external laptop fan through USB 2.0
- run a Magic Keyboard through USB 2.0
- run a Magic Trackpad 2 through USB 2.0
I don't need anything else. If it's impossible, I can split into two, but I have only one USB C available, the other hub needs to be USB A (3.0).
So the question is: is this possible? I would be curious about the breakdown as well about the power, and data/time limitations of ports, usage etc.