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Amazon has Sabrent 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub w/ Individual LED Power Switches (HB-UM43) on sale for $4.39 when you apply promo code 360OFFUM43 during checkout. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks bubinga0904

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For those interested ... cheaper than the previous front page listing.

Sabrent 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub with Individual LED Power Switches (HB-UM43)

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I use it for my wireless USB headset. If I want sound from my built in speakers, I just turn the switch off for that port.
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Are Sabrent hubs ever not front page? Starting to wonder if there's a conflict of interest here.
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I balked at this a few times before because of the reviews, but I am in the market for it so I bit at the lower price this time. Let's see how the product holds up
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I have a couple of these and they work really well for me.
I use them to turn on/off usb devices I don't want on all the time consuming power. I don't have to disconnect any cables, just toggle the switch. I have my backup HDDs,FireTV Stick,PS Classic, and others connected to it just to name a few. It's worth the $4 to me and if you choose no-rush shipping you get $1 digital reward.
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I have a couple of these and they work really well for me.
I use them to turn on/off usb devices I don't want on all the time consuming power. I don't have to disconnect any cables, just toggle the switch. I have my backup HDDs, FireTV Stick, PS Classic, and others connected to it just to name a few. It's worth the $4 to me and if you choose no-rush shipping you get $1 digital reward.

Does it work with all the devices on?
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Does it work with all the devices on?
It's not powered, so they would all have to be low power devices, e.g. a mouse, a keyboard, maybe a flash drive.
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It's not powered, so they would all have to be low power devices, e.g. a mouse, a keyboard, maybe a flash drive.

That's fine. Just want to make sure the hub is allowing multiple devices to be on at the same time.
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I use it for my wireless USB headset. If I want sound from my built in speakers, I just turn the switch off for that port.
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I use it for my wireless USB headset. If I want sound from my built in speakers, I just turn the switch off for that port.
How did I not think of this. You're a genius.
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I use it for my wireless USB headset. If I want sound from my built in speakers, I just turn the switch off for that port.
great minds think alike...
this works like a charm and is really convenient if you don't want to go through the hassle of unplugging and replugging in usbs
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Great buy
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I use it for my wireless USB headset. If I want sound from my built in speakers, I just turn the switch off for that port.
Bruhhhhh you just blew my mind and fixed a problem of mine
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I owned this.

If you use hard drive on it, regardless portable or self powered HDD, it would constantly disconnect, also one led is dead on mine.
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I have a couple of these and they work really well for me.
I use them to turn on/off usb devices I don't want on all the time consuming power. I don't have to disconnect any cables, just toggle the switch. I have my backup HDDs,FireTV Stick,PS Classic, and others connected to it just to name a few. It's worth the $4 to me and if you choose no-rush shipping you get $1 digital reward.
What's the secret to getting the digital rewards? All I ever get are $5 Prime Now rewards (and I never use Prime Now).
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I got this last time when it was free. Works well enough with one exception. Under heavy I/O load some games and/or programs will crash and refuse to load. I do not believe this device can offer sustained throughputs of many high speed devices connected to it despite being USB3
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