AUKEY USB 3.0 Hub 6 USB 3.0 Ports , 1 Aipower Charging Port and 1 Ethernet Port USB Hub £14.99 Prime £19.48 Non Prime @ Sold By AUKEY direct And Fulfilled By Amazon
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AUKEY USB 3.0 Hub 6 USB 3.0 Ports , 1 Aipower Charging Port and 1 Ethernet Port USB Hub £14.99 Prime £19.48 Non Prime @ Sold By AUKEY direct And Fulfilled By Amazon

£14.99£34.9957%Amazon Deals
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Found 4th JunEdited by:"Mrswitch"
Add 6 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports to your laptop or desktop computer, supports data transfer up to 5Gbps
One 2.4A output smart charging port provides full-speed and sufficient powers to charge all Apple and Android Smartphone, tablets and other USB charged devices
The Ethernet port supports 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet. Support WinXP/ 7/ 8/ 10, Linux, Mac OS
Compact and slim design effectively saves your desk space and expands your connectivity
Package Contents: AUKEY CB-H17 Powered USB Hub, 3.3ft USB Cable, 12V/3A Power Adapter, User Manual, 24 Month Warranty Card

Compact & Portable
With the palm-size and lightweight design, AUKEY CB-H17 Powered USB Hub (6 Data Transfer USB 3.0 Ports + 1 Charging Port + 1 Ethernet Port) retains high-speed access to all of your devices without overloading your pocket or bag.

SuperSpeed USB 3.O Ports
With data transfer rates of up to 5Gbps, you'll be able to sync files and interact with your Mac or PC more efficiently than ever.

Smart Quick-Charging Ports
Smart charging port ensures your USB powered device charging at a super speed.

12V/3A Power Adapter
The AC adapter (12V / 3A) allows you to charge your smartphone or tablet even when your computer is turned off (except for the iOS system).

Lightspeed Link-Up
Connect to the Gigabit Ethernet port and access superfast network speeds of up to 1000Mbps.

24 Month Warranty
Whether it's your first AUKEY purchase or you're back for more, rest assured that we're in this together: All AUKEY products are backed by our 24 Month Product Warranty.
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Good price. Aukey have excellent build quality and customer service
It was the same price when I ordered it on 14 May. It is a good deal.
19th May it was £10.99 in a lighting deal.
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DamienGiles47 m ago

Good price. Aukey have excellent build quality and customer service


The Aukey car usb charger I bought doesn't stay in the socket and their customer support hasn't replied for days.
It seems experiences vary.
I would only buy a usb C hub . Lots of them on Amazon now cheaper and faster than old usb 3.0
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 4th Jun
sam_of_london10 m ago

I would only buy a usb C hub . Lots of them on Amazon now cheaper and …I would only buy a usb C hub . Lots of them on Amazon now cheaper and faster than old usb 3.0


Yeh same here. My 5 external NVME drives are just going to waste plugged into an old fashioned Type A usb 3 hub.
r200ti4 h, 5 m ago

Yeh same here. My 5 external NVME drives are just going to waste plugged …Yeh same here. My 5 external NVME drives are just going to waste plugged into an old fashioned Type A usb 3 hub.



Yes, but to take advantage of the speed you've got to have a usb c socket on your pc/laptop, mine don't though some are not that old
jasee34 m ago

Yes, but to take advantage of the speed you've got to have a usb c socket …Yes, but to take advantage of the speed you've got to have a usb c socket on your pc/laptop, mine don't though some are not that old


You can buy a usb C to usb a adapter so it's backwards compatible.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 5th Jun
sam_of_london3 h, 27 m ago

You can buy a usb C to usb a adapter so it's backwards compatible.


Why would you want to do that when it's going to be capped at usb A speeds anyway?
You're confusing USB v1.0 whereas the connector type for the mentioned converter is USB Type A.
Edited by: "popolou" 5th Jun
anybody know/have experience of plugging 3/4/5 portable HDDs (3/4TBs ones) all at the same time into the hub, and do file transfers between them, does the hub(or power supply) provide enough power to do that? thanks.
sorry if I sound dumb as not that tech expert. I bought a normal usb hub over ebay and most thing dont get powered when i plug them in for example when i plug in portable hard drive it doesnt work. Is this one different or will face same issue.
Josh_Graham1 h, 17 m ago

Why would you want to do that when it's going to be capped at usb A speeds …Why would you want to do that when it's going to be capped at usb A speeds anyway?



What are you even talking about. You know USB c is just a connector type and it can have speeds from USB 2.0 to 3.1,2. IF you are talking about thunderbolt then yes, there is a speed difference, with just USB C connector? Nope. Thunderbolt also uses USB c connector but that's a different standard.
deleted3963334th Jun

The Aukey car usb charger I bought doesn't stay in the socket and their …The Aukey car usb charger I bought doesn't stay in the socket and their customer support hasn't replied for days.It seems experiences vary.


Is that the 4 port one that was on here a week or two ago? having exactly the same issue where it doesn't seem it fits, makes the barest contact and falls out with its own weight, which is really annoying as my dashcam is running through it. Havent bothered with CS yet, but any other Aukey product I've bought has been really good.
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Crill9 m ago

Is that the 4 port one that was on here a week or two ago? having exactly …Is that the 4 port one that was on here a week or two ago? having exactly the same issue where it doesn't seem it fits, makes the barest contact and falls out with its own weight, which is really annoying as my dashcam is running through it. Havent bothered with CS yet, but any other Aukey product I've bought has been really good.


That's the one
No1_Dave1 h, 15 m ago

anybody know/have experience of plugging 3/4/5 portable HDDs (3/4TBs ones) …anybody know/have experience of plugging 3/4/5 portable HDDs (3/4TBs ones) all at the same time into the hub, and do file transfers between them, does the hub(or power supply) provide enough power to do that? thanks.


Should be fine.

But because USB works as a host/client device relationship via the pc, you’re using a single USB channel to do the transfers which will saturate it. IMHO, spreading this across multiple USB channels (not always a different port) will make the whole thing fly.
esensitive59 m ago

sorry if I sound dumb as not that tech expert. I bought a normal usb hub …sorry if I sound dumb as not that tech expert. I bought a normal usb hub over ebay and most thing dont get powered when i plug them in for example when i plug in portable hard drive it doesnt work. Is this one different or will face same issue.


This one is powered so yes. Sounds like the one you’re talking about isn’t or is drawing power parasitically from the PC port.
popolou19 m ago

This one is powered so yes. Sounds like the one you’re talking about isn’t …This one is powered so yes. Sounds like the one you’re talking about isn’t or is drawing power parasitically from the PC port.



if its a powered usb hub and have a power supply as well, it would be normally fine. My old belkin ones would supply power to all 7 usb ports but my newer non make one (brought from maplin) has not got the power to power all of the sockets at once. Check the power output on the power plug!
Heat from me. Bought.
Can you use this without attaching to a PC as a charger station - e.g. does it operate with normal power output if just plugged in. Anyone know the rating of the supplied plug?
Josh_Graham3 h, 41 m ago

Why would you want to do that when it's going to be capped at usb A speeds …Why would you want to do that when it's going to be capped at usb A speeds anyway?


You will get best speeds where possible. All usb is backwards compatible.
sam_of_london12 h, 6 m ago

I would only buy a usb C hub . Lots of them on Amazon now cheaper and …I would only buy a usb C hub . Lots of them on Amazon now cheaper and faster than old usb 3.0


I presume you mean a Hub that supports USB 3.1 Gen 2 10Gbs as Type C is the connector type and has no bearing on speed.
Not many devices support 10Gbs USB anyway although that will increase a lot now that Intel have finally integrated it into their chipsets.
Edited by: "Agharta" 5th Jun
I jumped on this OP. I need me a proper non-underpowered hub for my NVIDIA Shield TV. Thanks.
Edited by: "baladar" 5th Jun
Thank you, using 10 USB ports as we speak and it just keeps getting worse... this will be great for my Oculus.
Taa Mrswitch. Methinks Hotukd ought to be compensated for hosting fees, website, staff, etc...except for...Mrswitch and people who take time to find such deals and post them. Do you get paid in free electricity and to slouch over a computer for long hours?
I reckon there should be a framework to donating to charitable causes yes, but gratitude, me being old-fashioned, sometimes comes out of the pocket.
Suggest option to donate to those who have save us a pretty penny?
I was looking at slang for having been able to save money and remembered the expression "Saved us a bomb" but can no longer find it. Is it just me or that slang phrase has become politically corrected? I don't like losing my slang. Save Our Slang.
Edited by: "davening" 8th Jun
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davening11 h, 34 m ago

Taa Mrswitch. Methinks Hotukd ought to be compensated for hosting fees, …Taa Mrswitch. Methinks Hotukd ought to be compensated for hosting fees, website, staff, etc...except for...Mrswitch and people who take time to find such deals and post them. Do you get paid in free electricity and to slouch over a computer for long hours?I reckon there should be a framework to donating to charitable causes yes, but gratitude, me being old-fashioned, sometimes comes out of the pocket.Suggest option to donate to those who have save us a pretty penny?I was looking at slang for having been able to save money and remembered the expression "Saved us a bomb" but can no longer find it. Is it just me or that slang phrase has become politically corrected? I don't like losing my slang. Save Our Slang.


Appreciate your kind words
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