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The hub easily slides into and out of the metal base that can be secured onto a desk.
The hub can be self-powered from the USB port, and it features built-in over-current protection for peace of mind when connecting your equipment. Each port is fully plug-and-play for quick and easy connections, and the unit can be combined with additional hubs to support as many as127 devices.
Hard-Mountable Design Keeps Hub Securely on Desk
The hub features a strong metal base that can be hard mounted to your desk. This keeps the hub in place even when you have multiple accessories attached to it. The hub itself easily detaches from the base for travel convenience.
Compatible with Mac and PC
The 7 Port USB 2.0 Hub is compatible with both PC and Mac operating systems, and it comes with a six-foot USB cable. The hub connects to a standard AC wall outlet with the included adapter.
The Cables To Go 7 Port USB 2.0 hub is backed by a one-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Cables To Go 7 Port USB 2.0 Hub, six-foot. USB 2.0 cable, AC power adapter, and installation manual.
I bought this so many years ago I can't even remember. It's still working perfectly and even works to link 2 computers on my home network. Plenty of room for all my usb devices. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elizabeth Spillers
Still going strong after many years! Looks good too and makes my desk look sci-fi! lol Best hub I ever had!Published 6 months ago by Mark A. Lingle
I've been using the Cables To Go 7 Port USB hub for over 3 years and it has been working perfectly.Published 8 months ago by R. Latreille
Bought it for my Mac back in 2009, and it was always connecting and disconnecting my ports. Drove me crazy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by R. Hutson
Aside from one of the USB ports being dead upon delivery, this USB hub has worked very well with my PS3. Read morePublished 10 months ago by XDanteX
Considering that I bought this years ago, it still works pretty darn well after 3 new PCs. Now I need one in USB3.Published 10 months ago by JSA3D
I've had no problems with the functionality relative to signal. The compact and solid design has a machined bracket (aluminum) that allows you to attach it to your desk (etc. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lobo
Broke after a few weeks, poor design, i switch to Targus since then they have the best Hubs in townPublished 15 months ago by Charles Vanderbilt
I've owned two of these and they barely lasted a month. i would not ever buy this product ever again.Published 19 months ago by Christopher Bryson