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Green PC External 4 Ports USB 3.0 Hub Extension Adapter Super Speed 5Gbps Cable

by Meco

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Green 4 Ports USB 3.0 Hub
  • Color: Green
  • Voltage: DC 5.0V Connecting Port Type : USB Cable Length: Approx.62.5cm
  • Over-Current protection :Yes USB port in use LED Indicator: Yes Dimension: 6.5(W) x 6.5(L) x 1.7(H)cm
  • Compliant with USB Version : USB 3.0 / 2.0 / 1.1 Support: MS Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7/ Mac OS(10.X or above)/ Linux Bus-Power limit current protection: 900mA (When external adaptor applied)
  • Package Included: 1 x USB 3.0 Cable 1 x 4 Ports USB 3.0 Hub
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Product Information

Pattern Name: Green 4 Ports USB 3.0 Hub
Technical Details
Item Weight0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions5.6 x 3.5 x 1.6 inches
OriginImported (China)
PatternGreen 4 Ports USB 3.0 Hub
Item Package Quantity1
Additional Information
Shipping Weight0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 30, 2013

Technical Details

Pattern Name: Green 4 Ports USB 3.0 Hub
  • Brand Name: Meco

Product Description

Pattern Name: Green 4 Ports USB 3.0 Hub

1.Brand new and high quality.
2.Transfers data at rates up to 5Gbps.
3.Ideal USB expansion for external use.
4.Compatible with USB specification 1.1 and 2.0.
5.Easy installation with no device driver necessary.
6.Supplies USB bus power (when power adaptor connected).
7.4 Downstream (USB 3.0 A-Type) ports and 1 Upstream port.
8.Pocket size with USB 3.0 A-type connector, easy to carry.
9.Automatic switching between self-powered and bus-powered mode.
10.Plug-in and use multiple USB devices simultaneously, plug and play.
11.Per-Port Over-Current detection and protection (when power adaptor connected).
12.Supports High-Speed (5Gbps), Full-Speed (480Mbps) and Low-Speed(12Mbps) USB device profiles.

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Customer Reviews

Don't buy unless you like wasting money.
Cameron Pitts
To turn the computer back on, I had to unplug the computer and plug it back in.
Prof. Roy Simon
This USB hub does not come with a power supply.
j michael rowland

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

97 of 103 people found the following review helpful By KFed on November 6, 2012
Pattern Name: 7-Port Verified Purchase
This 7-Port USB hub looks and works like a boss! It comes with 7 ports, 3 more than the usual 4 port hubs, for the same price as a 4 port hub; I only paid 5 dollars total. And what make this hub even better is that it features on/off switches for each individual port, allowing you to shut off what you don't need at the time without removing the USB device. This product also features blue led lights to indicate whether a port is on or off; for those who may be worried if they are too bright, they are not, rather they are just perfect...there are matte plastic covers over the led lights, reducing its overall brightness. Now when i tested the speed of the USB 2.0, I tried copying 1.2 GB of music from my computer to a flash drive plugged in the hub, it wrote at a speed of roughly 5 MB/s. Doing the same thing but instead with a media file it copied at a rate of 6-7 MB/s. I repeated what I mentioned instead directly plugged into the computer USB port and found the same speeds. Therefore, the product should be of USB 2.0 quality, and remember the write speeds are limited depending on your computer so you shouldn't base any speeds off my statistical data, this was just to show you whether this hub is really USB 2.0 (my computer ports are USB 2.0).

Other thoughts: As you may have noticed in the picture, this hub can be powered with an ac adapter, but unfortunately that does not come with this purchase. Also, when I bought this, I thought i would be getting a brick size hub, but it really isn't how the picture seems, it is very small (roughly 6.5 x 1.5 inches long x wide) and it is very light-weight yet durable.

Final Thoughts: This product works like a pro and comes in a low price. If you need a USB hub to expand your computer ports and runs USB 2.0, you should look no further as this product has everything you would want for a small price.
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Photoleif on January 8, 2013
Pattern Name: 7-Port Verified Purchase
Here's a two-part rating. The first and most important concerns its attributes as a device (data-moving) hub. I'm quite happy with it in this capacity, due to the following benefits:

* Compact form factor
* Cool blue lights for each active port (the blue is more saturated and slightly darker than a blue coneflower, if that helps)
* One on/off switch per port (so you can temporarily disable individual devices from being enumerated or unnecessarily powered up)
* All seven ports work (kind of a base requirement, but I'm pleased that they all do)
* Automatic driver installation in Win7/64 (and presumably other OSes as well)
* Black case (goes better with my other components)
* Positive engagement of the USB-A plugs (not loose at all, but not difficult to insert)

* Just discovered today that it doesn't supply a huge amount of power for charging. I was attempting to recharge a small 1500mAh backup battery and running two other devices -- a wired keyboard and a wireless mouse (the dongle for it). When I started charging the battery, the mouse jerked around and then stopped working. This abated when I used the hub's convenient switch to turn off the battery. I've plugged in the hub to a 5v power supply to remedy this.
* Minor: the device is lightweight and thus is capsized by the cables I have plugged into it. This is a nit not worth docking a point for, rather just an FYI in case this sort of thing matters to you.
* Some people may find the LEDs a bit bright (then again, it gets flipped over by cables, so the LEDs don't aim up, anyway).

Other thoughts
The power issue is a little annoying, but I'll live. I won't dock the device a star for this, but it is something future buyers should be aware of.
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Roy H. Andes on April 1, 2013
Pattern Name: 7-Port Verified Purchase
Paying just $5 for a USB hub shouldn't produce great expectations. At this price it's not worth my time pursuing a claim, nor even repackaging and returning it. Although a terrific design conception, functionally this hub is so unreliable, it's now dumpster bound.

Even with the optional, extra-cost power supply, its ability to run even a single USB external drive, let alone multiple ones, is hit or miss. In my couple days of trials it's literally 50/50. When it DOES successfully recognize a drive, Windows tells me it's only a USB 1.1 connection, and asks, why can't I use a USB 2.0 port instead? Often my mouse and keyboard freeze, also running from the hub. Then, transferring data thru the hub is painfully slow, suggesting Windows was right, it's only recognizing the hub as a 1.1 connection. Connecting those same external devices directly to my computer produces dramatically faster, more reliable results.

Tried various trouble-shooting, eg, connecting using different media, using different drivers, etc. I discovered eForCity doesn't offer, advertise or support this device with drivers, or any other tech support. As I look around the web, I see several other visually, dimensionally, and functionally identical units sold under other brand names. None of them offer tech support or drivers, either.

I bought this hub because of the really smart design. I figured at this price it was worth a try, but if it didn't work, the joke was on me. So I'm chuckling as I write....
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. on June 7, 2014
Pattern Name: 7-Port Verified Purchase
Ok, so first...

1.) I love the design of the hub, it's blue LEDs are very bright, almost like a night light when you consider that a PCs 5v source is always on as long as the PC is plugged in, even when the PC is off... I also love having 7 easy to reach ports.
2.) The port has an external power connector, but does NOT come with an external power supply. Still, it seems to work fine for most USB devices (memory sticks, FitBit charging dongle, etc...) My phone says it can pull ~ 450mA from the hub which I'm sure is a limitation of my PCs port rather than the hub.
3.) It's CHEAP, which is always nice.

1.) Ok, brace yourself for this one... When the hub arrived, only 3 of the 7 ports worked for data, the other 4 charged OK, but would not pass USB data... I'm a bit of an electronics guy, so rather than return a CHEAP hub, I opened it up and started diagnosing it. Here's what you're buying.

a.) The PCB is single layer, which means they used conductive tape whenever PCB traces have to cross one another. Longevity? Give me a break. How long do you think the tape will hold? ....
b.) About 40% of the structural, grounding solder joints were not soldered... Lazy manufacturing?
c.) The PCB etchings are NOT tin platted. It has exposed copper pads, which over time will oxidize and become resistive... This is a BAD practice in general.

So, what did I do? I soldered the unsoldered joints, I soldered over the unused, exposed copper, coating them. Then, I saw that the hub is actually 2 hubs in 1... It has two 4-port hubs, one is attached to the other (hence, the 7 port hub) ... the 4 ports that were not working when I bought it were all common to one hub (or chip) ..
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