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Anker 4-Port USB 3.0 Ultra Slim Data Hub now 7.69 delivered for Amazon Prime day (30% off)

£7.69 @ Amazon
Seems to be a few more Anker deals to be had including this which I thought was an excellent price delivered for 4 port USB 3.0 (especially when my old laptop only has one USB 3.0 input). Hope this i… Read More
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1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago
Seems to be a few more Anker deals to be had including this which I thought was an excellent price delivered for 4 port USB 3.0 (especially when my old laptop only has one USB 3.0 input).

Hope this is of some use...

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#1
I ordered a 4-port USB 3.0 hub yesterday - was about to cancel the order and get one of these but then noticed the one I ordered had an input for a 5v adapter. The extra adapter wasn't supplied but there as an option. I think I'll keep my existing order - it has the same number of ports, is USB 3.0 but I can add a 5v power source if I need to - I've heard that multiple USB-powered devices running from a USB non-powered hub can cause problems...please correct me if I'm wrong.

Here's what I bought...

Link to another hub

Heat added as this is still a good deal for an Anker hub

Edited By: dotnetter on Jul 11, 2017 15:42
#2
Use one already for my xbox one. Great job!
#3
Is there any for hdmi 4 slots
#4
dotnetter
I ordered a 4-port USB 3.0 hub yesterday - was about to cancel the order and get one of these but then noticed the one I ordered had an input for a 5v adapter. The extra adapter wasn't supplied but there as an option. I think I'll keep my existing order - it has the same number of ports, is USB 3.0 but I can add a 5v power source if I need to - I've heard that multiple USB-powered devices running from a USB non-powered hub can cause problems...please correct me if I'm wrong.
Here's what I bought...Link to another hub
Heat added as this is still a good deal for an Anker hub
How common an issue do you reckon the power is though? With things like hard drives I would assume it would be - though surely peripherals , especially seeing as most are intended for USB2, would struggle to max it out. Either way a powered one is likely a safer bet incase :p
#5
Not such a good hub, a bit flimsy inside. Manage to bend the internals putting a usb lead in. Also doesn't recognise two arcade sticks at the same time.
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dotnetter
I ordered a 4-port USB 3.0 hub yesterday - was about to cancel the order and get one of these but then noticed the one I ordered had an input for a 5v adapter. The extra adapter wasn't supplied but there as an option. I think I'll keep my existing order - it has the same number of ports, is USB 3.0 but I can add a 5v power source if I need to - I've heard that multiple USB-powered devices running from a USB non-powered hub can cause problems...please correct me if I'm wrong.Here's what I bought...Link to another hubHeat added as this is still a good deal for an Anker hub


Thanks I ordered that one.
#7
slayermatt
How common an issue do you reckon the power is though? With things like hard drives I would assume it would be - though surely peripherals , especially seeing as most are intended for USB2, would struggle to max it out. Either way a powered one is likely a safer bet incase cheeky

I'm using mine for usb-powered external drives... But I expect that for peripherals it would be fine... May even be ok for my uses, but if not I have the option ;)
#8
Make your own if you can. :D
#9
Ordered for the PS4 Slim. Thanks OP :)
#10
nOTICE THAT ANKER ARE CALLING THIS A "data" hub .. so do not expect it to supply much power. I think I got caught out with this. Better to get one with power adapter even though thats not a certainty it will supply enough power. If you want to charge your bits or run a usb powered welding rig look further

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