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Cisco-Linksys USB2HUB4 USB 4-Port Hub

by Linksys

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  • Use up to 4 USB devices simultaneously
  • Fast data transfer rate of 480 Mbps
  • Connect up to 127 USB devices by daisy-chaining USB hubs
  • Plug-and-Play--no drivers required
  • 1-Year limited warranty
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Product Details

Product Manual [43kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 3.2 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00007AKAZ
  • Item model number: USB2HUB4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 23, 2002

Product Description

Product Description

Linksys Hub 4-Port USB 2.0 Type A The Linksys ProConnectUSB 2.0 4-Port Hub offers instant connectivity for up to four USB devices. Plug in USB 1.1 or High-Speed USB 2.0 Peripherials like digital cameras,modems, printers, mice, keyboards, scanners, and portable data storage devices in seconds.

From the Manufacturer

The new USB 2.0 4-Port Hub from Linksys is the fastest way to connect Universal Serial Bus devices to your computer. Plug a modem or printer into your desktop. Attach a full-sized keyboard to your notebook. Hook up a scanner or digital camera in seconds. If your PC is equipped with a USB port, the 4-Port Hub makes connecting multiple USB devices to it a snap!

Ready to run right out of the box, the 4-Port Hub lets you access up to four USB devices simultaneously from your computer’s USB port, allowing you to take advantage of the latest high-speed, low-cost USB modems, keyboards, scanners, cameras, speakers, and more -- all in one easy step.

FAST. PORTABLE. EXPANDABLE.
The 4-Port Hub offers blazing access rates of up to 480 Mbps -- the fastest in the industry -- which makes it perfect for speed-hungry devices like USB modems and scanners.

Rugged and ready for the road, the 4-Port Hub is conveniently portable, since it draws its power from from your computer’s USB port. Got a notebook PC? No problem--just plug in the provided AC power supply to help preserve your computer’s battery life. And, as your needs grow, you can daisy-chain the 4-Port Hub to additional USB hubs -- if your needs call for it, you can actually use up to 127 USB devices at the same time! Adding devices to your computer has never been easier!


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Fits flat on the desk out of the way, and always runs cool.
Silicon Sam
Excellent product... easy to use, installs in minutes.... and best of all it works!
Land Shark
USB cable to the PC is quite short (but reaches in my case).
Stegosaur Proximitaur

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Topgun on July 28, 2004
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It's now more 18 months since this device was acquired and it has been there silently performing its job. Almost always all the bays have been occupied, infact I have to release devices in order to let more in. No complaints on performance or manufacturing. My only gripe (the reason for 4-stars) is that linksys should've provided more separation between the ports even though most USB connectors are a standard size. Try removing the connector from the center port when all ports are occupied and you'll know what I mean. It is funny that the ports are on the backside with the device facing you. The length of the cord provided with the device could've been longer. Last word, good solid buy.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Bad Moth on January 9, 2004
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So you have to plug it into the wall. So what? If you need more USB ports on your home machine, get this hub. It's slightly larger than a deck of playing cards. All you do is plug it in. Everything you need is in the box. No additional cords, software or drivers required. Perfect.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By ResearchIt on February 6, 2005
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I received the device and had it up and running on an XP system in 15 minutes which was mostly spent connecting the cables. The driver software loaded before I even got logged on.

This is a powered USB hub. When researching it was mentioned the power helps if you have a device your connecting that needs power. After installing I went into Device Manager and looked at the Power tab on this device and saw that out of three devices I connected two of them needed power from the hub. Definitely glad I got the powered version.

I connected the USB Mouse to it as a test. It needed power from the Hub and I found you have to be patient to use the mouse until your Operating System is up enough to allow the hub to talk with it. It did work but I connected the mouse back into one of the USB ports on the PC so I don't have to wait.

Great device and it's smaller than I thought it would be, which I like. The one review that mentioned the link to the User Guide is wrong is correct, the User Guide that comes with it is correct. Yes it is a USB type 2.0, not a 1.1, though you can connect 1.1 type USB devices to it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M and K on May 25, 2007
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I bought this for my iMac, but have comments PC users may appreciate. Now, in addition to my keyboard and Sony Memory Stick mouse our:

-iPod

-Palm Pilot

-HP printer, and

-4 GB Seagate thumb drive

now can be connected to our computer at one time without plugging and unplugging devices. (See our other reviews for details on items referenced above.)

Pro:

-Powers "USB 1" and "USB 2" type devices that require more power than "USB 1"

-Works right out of the box, "plug and play" as promised

-Small and lightweight

-LED lights tell you power and hub connections are working

-Light enough with enough flatness for me to add velcro to it and attach to the back of my computer to keep it up from cluttering my desk

-Most of the packaging is recyclable (paper based), very little waste

-Reasonable price... a great value

Con:

-Power cable is a little short (3 feet) but adequate

-Power cable also has a bulky transformer on the power plug end so it crowds out other power plugs when used in a power strip

Neutral:

-Requires power (cord included)

-Although USB connections are separated by a standard width, it's a little crowded back there... watch out for those devices that have a non-standard connector (although admittedly I can't think of any)

Tip:

-Consumes one USB connection on your computer so net USB connections added is 3, not 4

-XP/Win users: Every time you connect a "new device" to the hub you need to install drivers. If you move a device from one USB to another, that will be interpreted as a "new device.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By William Doerner on March 14, 2006
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Like the other reviews claim, this product is blazingly simple to get operating. It took me under 2 minutes to plug it into the wall, plug it into my laptop, turn on my laptop, plug all my other USBs in to and then become completely happy. I've accumulated far too many USB devices for my two ports on the back of my laptop and have been very frustrated that I often couldn't use my mouse because I had to swap it for my microphone and webcam, external harddrive or flash drive. Now, I'm content and quickly realizing I could have used even another four more ports...
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 29, 2003
The title and features say USB2.0 HUB, but the data and manual are obviously for USB1.1 as Max speed is 12M. Iwas looking for USB2.0 Hub.....
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By meFIRST on October 15, 2003
This product does what it promises to do. The USB hub requires an external power supply (only downside) & easily connected several divices to my USB port on my laptop.
Indicator lights tell you which port is active.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lorie on September 29, 2006
This is a great product! Very easy to use and set up. (took maybe 2 minutes!) My only complaint is that it is very small and lightweight. When you plug it into your USB port of your PC, it falls over when you plug something in.

What I did is I put it on top of my PC, and put a self sticking Velcro strip on the bottom of it and the other half on top of my PC. It is keeping it put, and I can put devices in and out.

The lightweight ness is the only complaint I have.. but it more then makes up for how easy this was to set up and how well it works. I haven't seen any problems with speed of my camera, my ipod, or the two printers I have hooked to it!
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