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

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

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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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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" 11th Jul

Use one already for my xbox one. Great job!

Is there any for hdmi 4 slots

dotnetter

I ordered a 4-port USB 3.0 hub yesterday - was about to cancel the order … 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


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

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.

dotnetter

I ordered a 4-port USB 3.0 hub yesterday - was about to cancel the order … 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.

slayermatt1 h, 36 m ago

How common an issue do you reckon the power is though? With things like …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


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

Make your own if you can.

Ordered for the PS4 Slim. Thanks OP

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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