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  • Reverse compatible with USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 devices. Use with PC, MacBook, iMac, Mac mini, XPS, Flash Drives, & any other USB compatible devices
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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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Quote from Gregg1 :
It looks appealing, until you discover the short cable (only 8 inches).
I have a bunch of these, the cable is 2 feet long.
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Almost all external hard drives annoyingly lack a power button, so they're spinning full-time if connected (or bouncing between sleep and spinning irregularly). So this is a great way to add back that on/off feature we should have never lost in the usual dumbing down of hardware for stupid people who call tech support freaking out about their hard drive disappearing...
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I actually have this on my laptop right now. Works perfectly as expected. The lights inside to indicate on/off went out on one port pretty early but doesn't really matter. Have my keyboard, mouse, headset charging cable and my speaker charging cable all plugged in and they work flawlessly.

I think I paid this same price Oct. 2020 so not sure if it's really a deal but I'm very pleased with it
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I bought this for $9.99 like two years ago almost. I love it, the buttons are fantastic, it holds the USB connection very tight. Would I buy it again today? I would spend a few extra bucks and get a USBC version today.
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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
Cost of a computer in the 1960s about ~$5M USD and it didn't even have HDMI or any USB ports at all. These hubs are a steal.
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I've put adhesive LED strips on the back of my computer monitors and desk, I use this to turn them on and off. Very easy.
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I use this like others do to turn off my webcam and microphone. It's nice to have hard switches for that and also far easier and faster than pulling plugs since my PC is tucked back. I have a couple of them and never have an issue.
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Quote from nawaf1 :
not a deal
Do you have a better deal?
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Quote from polymorphicdeal :
You are misunderstanding what he is saying. Their argument is Instead of having a power switch for each port in the hub, just unplug the device you don't want powered.

Their are other hubs like that, this may have use for some.
Why would you want to unplug and replug a device that can have a switch?
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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.
Same here, webcam and USB speakers killed or activated with a physical button. Also like how they are illuminated to warn me of status.

The short cable is not my preference but an extension makes it work well enough.
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Purchased 2017 for $9 and generally always in a $10 price range. It works. Not a very hot deal but decent product.
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I have several of these. They work great! 2.5 years ago full retail price was 7.99, now 14.99!! Overall very happy with the product. I use them for 5v lights for power outages and tent camping.
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Does anyone know of a high end version of this? I have this and it works great for my Blue Yeti mic. But my camera/Elgato Cam Link 4k would constantly freeze. That product seems to need direct access to a USB on the system.
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