QacQoc USB C Hub with 3 USB 3.0 Ports, USB Type C to RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet Adapter £9.99 (Prime) / £13.98 (non Prime) Sold by YU-YI and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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QacQoc USB C Hub with 3 USB 3.0 Ports, USB Type C to RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet Adapter £9.99 (Prime) / £13.98 (non Prime) Sold by YU-YI and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 26th Feb
- Super Speed USB 3.0 : Supports USB 3.0 data transfer rate up to 5 Gbps.
- Super Speed RJ45: Supporting 10/100/1000 Ethernet at USB 3.0 speeds
-faster than most wireless connections.
- Backward compatible with USB3.0/2.0/1.1.
-Portable and lightweight: Perfect stylish appearance, slim design, it will be easy and convenient for you to use it at any time and any place.
-Plug and play: No driver or power adapter required ( Note: This USB 3.0 hub is not meant to serve as a stand-alone charger.
USB 3.0 port has a current limit of 900MA for charging, and USB 2.0 port supports the current up to 500MA.)

Picked up a couple of these little hubs for various things around the house was looking at this and another but price is reasonable for a 3.0 usb
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This won’t stand Hukd standard am afraid .. due to seller status
Ordered - excellent deal - thanks!
HSG158 m ago

This won’t stand Hukd standard am afraid .. due to seller status


100% positive from 29 sales, fulfilled by amazon
which part? the low sales?
Does anybody know if this works with Fire tv gen 3? Looking to run mine from lan but also add a few USB ports for portable hard drive. I've read Ugreen do one that works, anybody have any recommendations?
And Fire Stick gen 2 ?
Showing as £12.99?

Also in the third photo it shows the hub powering a flash drive, the network port and a portable (bus-powered) hard disk - anyone else think that is a bit excessive or stretched.
plewis001 h, 2 m ago

Showing as £12.99?Also in the third photo it shows the hub powering a …Showing as £12.99?Also in the third photo it shows the hub powering a flash drive, the network port and a portable (bus-powered) hard disk - anyone else think that is a bit excessive or stretched.


Read the description : "USB 3.0 port has a current limit of 900MA for charging, and USB 2.0 port supports the current up to 500MA"
MagicBoy6 m ago

Read the description : "USB 3.0 port has a current limit of 900MA for …Read the description : "USB 3.0 port has a current limit of 900MA for charging, and USB 2.0 port supports the current up to 500MA"


I have read the description - what is your point exactly? Most hard disks want and expect 1000mA for bus-power not to mention the other two devices attached
plewis003 h, 10 m ago

I have read the description - what is your point exactly? Most hard disks …I have read the description - what is your point exactly? Most hard disks want and expect 1000mA for bus-power not to mention the other two devices attached


Most modern drives will spin up on 500mA, and require much less when in use... They wouldn't be backwards compatible with USB 2.0 otherwise...

USB Type C ports can also optionally output 1.5A or 3A. So if the hub is taking that from the host system, then it's good to supply 900mA/500mA downstream.
Edited by: "MagicBoy" 27th Feb
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MagicBoy3 h, 2 m ago

Most modern drives will spin up on 500mA, and require much less when in …Most modern drives will spin up on 500mA, and require much less when in use... They wouldn't be backwards compatible with USB 2.0 otherwise...USB Type C ports can also optionally output 1.5A or 3A. So if the hub is taking that from the host system, then it's good to supply 900mA/500mA downstream.


You’re making an assumption about ‘most modern drives’, many drives still have double USB power taps and many drives I’ve seen and own won’t run off an unpowered hub.

I wouldn’t even care if it wasn’t for the unnecessary obnoxious tone you took as if I hadn’t bothered to read what’s on offer.
plewis0017 h, 25 m ago

You’re making an assumption about ‘most modern drives’, many drives still h …You’re making an assumption about ‘most modern drives’, many drives still have double USB power taps and many drives I’ve seen and own won’t run off an unpowered hub.I wouldn’t even care if it wasn’t for the unnecessary obnoxious tone you took as if I hadn’t bothered to read what’s on offer.


Oh pull the other one! You were talking about the equipment in the photo. I've not seen a WD Passport with a double tap connector in 5+ years.

<obnoxious mode>
So back up "Most hard disks want and expect 1000mA for bus-power" with some sources or belt up...
</obnoxious mode>
Edited by: "MagicBoy" 28th Feb
MagicBoy2 h, 54 m ago

Oh pull the other one! You were talking about the equipment in the photo. …Oh pull the other one! You were talking about the equipment in the photo. I've not seen a WD Passport with a double tap connector in 5+ years.<obnoxious mode>So back up "Most hard disks want and expect 1000mA for bus-power" with some sources or belt up...</obnoxious mode>


Yes and I said ‘hard disk and two other things’ run off the hub in the photo. If you have ever plugged a hard disk in only to hear it spin, click and repeat then you’ll know why I am even asking.

But anyway... believe what you want to believe if it makes you feel like the bigger man, which it clearly does. Many internet points and friends for you
plewis002 h, 23 m ago

Yes and I said ‘hard disk and two other things’ run off the hub in the pho …Yes and I said ‘hard disk and two other things’ run off the hub in the photo. If you have ever plugged a hard disk in only to hear it spin, click and repeat then you’ll know why I am even asking.But anyway... believe what you want to believe if it makes you feel like the bigger man, which it clearly does. Many internet points and friends for you

The last time that happened was well over 10 years ago with a 7200rpm drive in a cheap Safecom caddy on an old PowerBook.
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