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TechRise USB 3.0 Hub with Gigabit Ethernet £5.20 (+£4.49 non prime ) Sold by Yourvanhot and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Well, if you think an Ethernet port would be handy on your device to have a LAN connection then this could be a great buy. Some decent reviews as well. Redeem voucher on the produc… Read more

Missed it :(




seems the offer/voucher has been removed..


hahaha (lol)


No way of knowing with Amazon I had a bike tyre delivered in a box the size of the postman last wee and a 2.5mm thick bike chain tool delivered in a 20l box.

UGREEN USB C Multiport USB Hub - 4 USB 3.0 Ports / 4K HDMI Output £11.43 Prime / + £4.49 Non Prime - Sold By Ugreen Group Limited / Amazon
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
Good price (y) 5 Ports in a Slim Body : The slim and sleek USB C Hub Multiport adapter instantly expands 5 ports with HDMI and 4 USB 3.0 ports, improving the connect for lapt… Read more

Dose it Work on macbook?


Got one similar but with 3 usb port, also from URGREEN, HDMI port faulty and external monitor flashes when connected. Totally lost my faith when it disconnects my USB when I am transferring some files and 20G of files on USB, gone. Not sure if it's USB's fault, the computer's fault or the port's fault, but Im never using it again


Any with ethernet?


Bought one of these when they were last on offer, HDMI port isn't compatible with all devices (my HP Pavilion doesn't recognise it - "display connection might be limited" error) so best to check compatibility if this is a reason you're buying it. Other than that excellent bit of kit very fast transfer rates

HYPERDRIVE HyperCube Back Up USB Hub £4.97 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
(was £29.99) With the HyperDrive HyperCube Back Up USB Hub you can back up your photos and videos without a laptop. All you need is a USB power adapter and a Micro SD card or a U… Read more

I spent a long time in 2018 trying to answer that question and the Filehub was the only solution I could find. It's got a lot of functions you don't need, but it does do the transfer that you need. You need a phone to run an app . you connect your phone to the wifi on the hub and the app lets you transfer from an SD card to a USB drive, both plugged into the hub. I could not find anything else that did that function.


any good USB to USB solutions? I'm not bothered about WiFi, just from my SD cards to a USB drive


Yes, but they are surpisingly hard to find. I have one of these: which is no longer sold, but I believe the new version does it too:


Are there any similar devices to this that can just move everything from one USB to another?


I've been doing it for years and never had any of those problems XD (confused) The only issue I had in they past was written I connected a 2.5" external hdd, as I had to install an extension so it would read ntfs.

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BELKIN Thunderbolt 3 Dock Pro 12-port Multi USB Hub - £9.97 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
A nice price for this multi-hub too with 2 year guarantee :) Product features Compatible with PC & Mac Transfer rate: Up to 40 Gbps Suitable for charging external dev… Read more

Yes actual real thing nearly £250 everywhere


Was it the actual product I'm waiting for mines says 2moro


Delivered today


Got dispatch email


We will get what's in the photo lol

TechRise 3-Port Data USB Hub with Gigabit Ethernet - £6.49 with voucher Prime / +£4.49 non Prime Sold by Yourvanhot and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 20th AprPosted 20th Apr
Click on Apply 50% voucher for this price USB 4 in 1 Hub with Gigabit Ethernet Adaptor Turns the USB 3.0 Male A port of your computer into one RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet port and 3 USB… Read more

Expired it now. Good deal while it lasted.



May be a challenge, AFAIK the Pi Zero is micro-usb 2.0, it may be challenged recognising the gigabit adapter and will almost certainly struggle to keep up with the bitrate, but I've been wrong in the past and will doubtless be wrong again in the future! The Pi 4 has a couple of USB3 connectors and certainly has the oomph to handle the traffic, I don't know if it recognises the hardware though - would be willing to take a punt on it if only I could work out how to get the 50% voucher which seems singularly elusive!


Thanks for sharing but it is showing as full price for me ….


Thanks OP - Cant find where u apply the 50% voucher?