Qty 02 4-port USB 3.0 hubs total £4.99 delivered Prime (total £8.98 non-Prime). Seller Yaxun fulfilled by Amazon.
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Qty 02 4-port USB 3.0 hubs total £4.99 delivered Prime (total £8.98 non-Prime). Seller Yaxun fulfilled by Amazon.

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Edited by:"AndyRoyd"Found 7th Aug 2017
Normally a reasonable price per unit at £4.99 but great price when used with current offer of 50% off when buying two or more, so qty 02 is £4.99 also.
USB3.0 so circa 10 times faster than USB2.
These 4-port hubs will add 3 additional USB3.0 ports to an device having a USB3+ port (total 4 ports available). Will also work with USB2 devices / ports but at USB2 speeds.
Typically no additional power required when used with devices such as mice / keyboards / memory sticks.
Portable drives should work OK assuming the client can normally power the device directly.
No integral PSU so devices such as a desktop drive that usually use their own power supply may still require their own power supply.
Each hub said to be capable of 2A power output (taken from client / external PSU) so should be suitable for charging devices that require such current.
Blue LED when connected to client / PSU.
Integral cable retention.
Compact item supplied in retail box.
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Nice, just what I needed. Don't know why people are voting cold. This is 2 for £4.99!
Nice one
Edited by: "chomPer" 8th Aug 2017
USB3.0 so circa 10 times faster than USB2.
No not at all, about 4x faster IRL.
NO psu? and charging devices ? probably very very slow ..
Seems to imply that it can be used in 1) charging mode or 2) data transmission mode
still only a fiver, so I suppose YCGW?
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GwanGy2 h, 13 m ago

USB3.0 so circa 10 times faster than USB2.No not at all, about 4x faster …USB3.0 so circa 10 times faster than USB2.No not at all, about 4x faster IRL.NO psu? and charging devices ? probably very very slow ..Seems to imply that it can be used in 1) charging mode or 2) data transmission mode still only a fiver, so I suppose YCGW?



"...about ten times faster than USB 2.0...even before taking into account the fact that USB 3.0 is full duplex whereas USB 2.0 is half duplex. This gives USB 3.0 a potential total bandwidth, if used both ways, of twenty times that of USB 2.0...." and other disinteresting detail at en.wikipedia.org/wik…3.0 . Real world speeds will be limited by the device specification, not the hub. Spec for USB3.0 requires the client to be capable of 900mA and this device can relay 2A from an external PSU - this should be sufficient for most single-device higher-power charging requirements or multi-device lower-power charging requirements. I use these specific devices for simultaneous charging and data transfer.
Nice find OP just bought mine thanks added some heat
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