AUKEY Powered USB Hub 7 USB 3.0 Ports with 30w Power Adapter £23.99 @ Amazon (Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon.)
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AUKEY Powered USB Hub 7 USB 3.0 Ports with 30w Power Adapter £23.99 @ Amazon (Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon.)

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Found 3rd Dec
  • Add 7 USB 3.0 ports to your laptop or desktop computer with data transfer rates up to 5Gbps
  • With 12V/2.5A AC power adapter makes full use of all 7 ports, which can support reading high-power devices such as hard disks
  • USB Bus-Powered, no driver needed, plug-and-play, support hot-swap. Over-current protection built into each port to protect both connected devices and your hub from power surges
  • Support System: Win XP/Win 7/Win 8/Vista/8.1/Macintosh OS 9.0/Linux Kernel 2.4.1 or higher
  • Package Contents: AUKEY CB-H3 USB Hub with 7 USB 3.0 Ports, 1 x 3.3ft Cable, 12V/2.5A Power Adapter, User Manual, 24 Month Warranty Card

i dont know if this a good deal but it seems to be the a lot cheaper then other models of this type and brand
Yes maybe you can get a cheaper alternative from eBay but i don`t recommend you do because from my experience they don`t work well, I did a little research these things are great for Virtual Reality headset owners (since they require 3 USB 3.0 ports or more, they also are good for USB Hard drives, if you are planning to use for USBs, Keyboards and Mouses then buy a cheaper non powered hub

Good day

16 Comments

Excellent price for an excellent powered hub I paid 29.99 for this 4 months ago. I have five peripherals connected including 2 printers and external hard drives has worked flawlessly so far.
Edited by: "ravi47" 3rd Dec

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ravi471 h, 7 m ago

Excellent price for an excellent modem I paid 29.99 for this 4 months ago. …Excellent price for an excellent modem I paid 29.99 for this 4 months ago. I have five peripherals connected including 2 printers and external hard drives has worked flawlessly so far.


Good to hear because I bought it and also bought a 2tb USB harddrive (from another deal) WD My Passport 2tb White version (other colours cost £78 but some reason the white costs £57.38)

My front USB Panels are messed up. 1 doesn't work. 1 disconnects and reconnects after awhile, 1 one works fine

Does this work with multiple fightsticks ?

This is very often in lightning deals around £5 cheaper.
Edited by: "OpineDevine" 3rd Dec

Could I use thi as a charging dock?

Norseg1 h, 26 m ago

Good to hear because I bought it and also bought a 2tb USB harddrive (from …Good to hear because I bought it and also bought a 2tb USB harddrive (from another deal) WD My Passport 2tb White version (other colours cost £78 but some reason the white costs £57.38)My front USB Panels are messed up. 1 doesn't work. 1 disconnects and reconnects after awhile, 1 one works fine


Not sure I have two 4 tb seagate hds connected but they’re are powered and not portable. It could be that the hub doesn’t supply enough power itself to your hd. USB sticks are absolutely fine as they require less power.

Im looking for one with card reader inbuilt..

Struggle to see why this is a 'Hot' deal. It was £22.99 two weeks ago and £21.99 in September.
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meggie_dude1 h, 23 m ago

Struggle to see why this is a 'Hot' deal. It was £22.99 two weeks ago and …Struggle to see why this is a 'Hot' deal. It was £22.99 two weeks ago and £21.99 in September.Cold[Image]




Exactly what I was thinking. It's currently at its highest price in its 10 month history.

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kester7612 h, 5 m ago

Does this work with multiple fightsticks ?


Like Arcade Fightsticks? I believe so since they don't take much power I believe

Norseg36 m ago

Like Arcade Fightsticks? I believe so since they don't take much power I …Like Arcade Fightsticks? I believe so since they don't take much power I believe


Hopefully, I owned an non powered Anker 3.0 hub and that just couldn't handle two sticks at the same time. Only thing I could put it down to was lack of power but it could of been lack of speed.

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ravi47:

Not sure I have two 4 tb seagate hds connected but they’re are powered and not portable. It could be that the hub doesn’t supply enough power itself to your hd. USB sticks are absolutely fine as they require less power.

I think you're a little confused. I bought this USB hub to fix shortage of USB ports. It hasn't arrived yet

I am saying the USB ports on front of my case are messed up, I am guessing it's my case since it's cheap, probably a faulty port power connector

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kester762 h, 25 m ago

Hopefully, I owned an non powered Anker 3.0 hub and that just couldn't …Hopefully, I owned an non powered Anker 3.0 hub and that just couldn't handle two sticks at the same time. Only thing I could put it down to was lack of power but it could of been lack of speed.


Yeah it's because lack of power. I believe

This will power 2 fightsticks. Not sure if you can power 7 at once but should definitely do 2, I read a review and one guy said he uses it too power Oculus Rift (which requires a lot of power since it needs to power the headset and 2 sensors via USB)



One guy said he uses it

Bought this last week or so was 2 pounds cheaper. Works well.

There is no data passthrough when powered down. 4 pass through while powered and other 3 only charge.

A decent product.

I have this and have tested it with 6 x WD external portable drives, plus phone charging all at the same time - and it powers them all and works fine.

Sorry but I don't see how this is a hot deal?
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