The design of the USB hub splits the 7 USB 3.0 ports and 2 charging ports so you can connect accessories and smart devices for charging at the same time.
Individual power charging ports require a dedicated 12-volt adapter and a separate wall outlet.
The individual USB 3.0 ports come with separate switches to limit the power usage from unused ports. The hub is compatible with all older USB devices running on the 2.0 and 1.1 USB versions.
USB power connection limits the number of devices you can charge at the same time.
The base of the small hub rotates around the USB connector so it will fit into small spaces at odd angles. Capable of data transfer speeds of up to 480 Mbps.
Older USB 2.0 ports limit the hub compatibility with newer devices and accessories.
Hub provides 3 USB 3.0 ports for charging devices or using accessories. Multicard reader supports various SD, CF, MMC, and M2 card formats. Aluminum exterior is tough and durable.
Data transfer speeds of the card reader vary depending on the card format and size of files.
13 dedicated USB 2.0 ports provide enough connectivity and charging capabilities for several devices at the same time. Hub is long and narrow for easy storage and transportation.
USB ports use the older 2.0 architecture, limiting the possible data transfer speed and device compatibility.
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Printers, smartphones, keyboards, mice, thumb drives … the list of peripherals you want to use can quickly outpace your available USB ports, and this is where a Sabrant USB hub can be handy. These are particularly useful for notebooks, which are usually pretty port-light to begin with. When shopping for a USB hub, note the number of ports it has, and what type. Hubs that are primarily USB 2.0 will limit both your compatibility and speed. How durable is the hub, which can be important if you travel a great deal? Is it powered by AC or USB? If solely USB-powered, you may be limited in what you can charge at any one time. Search out added perks like built-in multi-card readers.