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USB Hub (1.1 & 2.0) @ Poundland *INSTORE ONLY* (i'll let you guess the price)
USB Hub (1.1 & 2.0) @ Poundland *INSTORE ONLY* (i'll let you guess the price)

USB Hub (1.1 & 2.0) @ Poundland *INSTORE ONLY* (i'll let you guess the price)

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as title says...
USB Hub (1.1 & 2.0)
looks just like the one in the picture.
they also come in different colours (blue, pink, clear).

seem like a good price as ASDA are selling the 2.0 one for £5.

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99p??

come on thats just mean tell me how much???????????????????? please i beg you i wont be able to sleep till i find out

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Is it powered?

i got two different ones at different times and the packaging says 2.0 on the front but they are both USB 1.1 and little to no use. some devices won't work with them either, as i have a USB 1.1 pc at work and some devices that work directly plugged in won't work plugged into the hub, even if it's the only device plugged into the hub (as it's easier to plug into the hub than stretch round the back of the computer)

what is one meant to do with one of thee little gadgets (and no,am not taking the mickey,am genuinely interested as i dont know what they are used for ) :oops:

trisham3838;7782624

what is one meant to do with one of thee little gadgets (and no,am not … what is one meant to do with one of thee little gadgets (and no,am not taking the mickey,am genuinely interested as i dont know what they are used for ) :oops:



They are used to expand the number of USB ports. Each hub has a number of USB ports (depending on the hub normally 4-5) and you just plug it into a USB port on the PC to give you extra ports.

are they defo usb 2.0? last time i went in poundland the ones that looked like that were only usb 1.0

Chris206;7782820

are they defo usb 2.0? last time i went in poundland the ones that looked … are they defo usb 2.0? last time i went in poundland the ones that looked like that were only usb 1.0



Good value if they are 2.0, but short of buying and benchmarking one; not clear how your going to know. Maybe ask the "technical support" manager next time your in a store :whistling:

They are USB2 . I bought 2, one for my PS3. Works fine with wireless mics and Guitar Hero dongle plugged in whilst charging joystick thingy.

noisyassassin;7782763

They are used to expand the number of USB ports. Each hub has a number … They are used to expand the number of USB ports. Each hub has a number of USB ports (depending on the hub normally 4-5) and you just plug it into a USB port on the PC to give you extra ports.



oh right,thanks for that,i guess i can live without one as i dont use all the USB ports i have already,heat added for the post and some rep for the info..thanks

uni;7782577

i got two different ones at different times and the packaging says 2.0 on … i got two different ones at different times and the packaging says 2.0 on the front but they are both USB 1.1 and little to no use. some devices won't work with them either, as i have a USB 1.1 pc at work and some devices that work directly plugged in won't work plugged into the hub, even if it's the only device plugged into the hub (as it's easier to plug into the hub than stretch round the back of the computer)



I had the same problem. Labelled as USB 2 but kept getting that annoying pop up saying device can perform faster..... I have some non-speed dependent devices attached to it, so it works fine as a USB1.1 hub but I have to say I'm a little disappointed with it, £1 or not!
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