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Sabrent 4-Port USB 3.0 Slim Hub w/ 2' Cable EXPIRED

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ricepicker06 asked this question on 01-31-2022 at 10:17 AM
01-31-2022 at 10:17 AM
It's an unpowered hub, so it's going to be limited to the power specs of USB 3.0, which limited total power to all devices on the hub (shared) to 0.9W.

That's going to be a slow charge for any modern device (smart phone, etc.). It's enough for a flash drive, a mouse, a keyboard, etc. though not necessarily all at once.

It will be fine for a USB keyboard + mouse simultaneously. If you are actively using a USB flash drive, you may experience performance issues with the flash drive due to power deficit.
01-31-2022 at 10:17 AM
I'm charging my iPhone on it right now. But it's more like a trickle charge, not a rapid charge.
01-31-2022 at 01:25 PM
Technically, it does have a port for extra power. It's a thin cylindrical hole.
MNMVAB asked this question on 01-31-2022 at 01:54 PM
couchy asked this question on 02-10-2022 at 10:50 AM

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I have a couple this purchased within the last 3-5 years at $6-$7 each. It works well. The design of the switch is to avoid plugging and unplugging. When you have more than one device, you need to trace each cable is for which device after unplug. With a switch, you just put a label on it or remember which port. I use it to turn off a webcam and a microphone whenever I don't need it.
by that logic, all tv's should have 1 hdmi port?
I'm kind of a stickler for having my wires arranged properly and hidden from view. It triggers some sort of OCD tendencies when it doesn't look perfect. So something like this is perfect for me.

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The individual power switches are a nice touch. Wouldn't expect that from a $10 product.
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How would that be useful when you can just unplug it from the hub instead
I'm kind of a stickler for having my wires arranged properly and hidden from view. It triggers some sort of OCD tendencies when it doesn't look perfect. So something like this is perfect for me.
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I have a couple this purchased within the last 3-5 years at $6-$7 each. It works well. The design of the switch is to avoid plugging and unplugging. When you have more than one device, you need to trace each cable is for which device after unplug. With a switch, you just put a label on it or remember which port. I use it to turn off a webcam and a microphone whenever I don't need it.
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It looks appealing, until you discover the short cable (only 8 inches).
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These used to be around $6 with coupon.

#WeHaveInflationUnderControl
used to be FAR from Newegg

if you want to play the "used to be" game, might as well really go for it:

Prices 1960...
Cost of a first-class stamp: $0.04
Cost of a gallon of regular gas: $0.31
Cost of a dozen eggs: $0.57
Cost of a gallon of Milk: $0.49
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How would that be useful when you can just unplug it from the hub instead
by that logic, all tv's should have 1 hdmi port?
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Quote from moonuni8 :
used to be FAR from Newegg

if you want to play the "used to be" game, might as well really go for it:

Prices 1960...
Cost of a first-class stamp: $0.04
Cost of a gallon of regular gas: $0.31
Cost of a dozen eggs: $0.57
Cost of a gallon of Milk: $0.49
"Used to be" == 2/3 years ago. Not 1960

So it has gone up near 66% in a couple of years. #OhNoInflationEggsUsedToBeCheapYearsAgo
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How would that be useful when you can just unplug it from the hub instead
I purchased this exact one about a year ago for my work web camera and work headphones. The power buttons allows me to keep the headphones on, but turn off the web camera (or the other two slots). Extremely useful knowing the web camera does not have power.

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It looks appealing, until you discover the short cable (only 8 inches).
I am using a USB extension, nice clean up with hiding all the cables with the benefit of having the on/off switches for each USB device.
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It looks appealing, until you discover the short cable (only 8 inches).
That's what she said
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How would that be useful when you can just unplug it from the hub instead
application is the key. i use this to connect/disconnect my microphone, camera and backup drive.
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