Hi all, I'm a proud owner of the new MacBook since couple of days now and I love it beside one problem I have. Wanted to check whether someone has a solution for that... We all know there is only one USB-C connection. I have ordered the apple adapter which has a USB-A, HDMI and USB-C connection. My initial thought was that I simply attach an USB-A Hub to the USB-A connection which then gives me 4 additional USB-A connections to charge my iPhone, Apple Watch and e-cigarette while I'm working at the office desk...also what I was used to to on my older MacBook pro is to have 2 external hard drives connected sometimes for doing backups. Now the problem is that as soon as I connect more than 1 device to the hub my MacBook complains that too many devices are connected and energy consumption is too high (MacBook is connected to the socket) and as a result it skips charging everything connected or throws out the hard drives with an error. As a result I'm now only able to charge one device at a time or have only one HD connected for backups...this makes the USB-A Hub completely useless and of course is quite inconvenient when it comes to charging devices. Anyone with the same problem, anyone with a USB-A Hub which is working as I plan to do it, is it my USB-A Hub which has minor quality? Any help would be much appreciated... Thanks Stefan.