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HooToo® HT-UH003 USB 3.0/2.0 7-Port Hub including One 5V/2A Fast-Charging Port for iPad iPhone & Smart Phones. (2 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports, 4 USB 2.0 Ports, Latest VIA VL812 Chipset, 5V/4A Power Adapter, 3 feet USB 3.0 Cable

4.3 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews
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Brand Name HooToo
Item model number HT-UH003
Item Weight 2.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 3.9 x 2.4 x 0.8 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 3.94 x 2.36 x 0.79 inches
Color Black

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ASIN B00CHH0JF0
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4.3 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #23,640 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#1,139 in Computers & Accessories > Networking Products > Hubs
Shipping Weight 12.8 ounces
Date First Available October 21, 2013

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By JJCEO #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on May 13, 2013
Length: 8:12 Mins
This is an amazing package for its size. It adds two USB 3.0 ports to your computer that are downward compatible to USB 2.0 and 1.1. it also adds four USB 2.0 ports to your computer that are downward compatible to USB 1.1 and it features a 7th port that is a USB charging port with an output of 5 VDC and 2 amps to charge your high powered tablets. That 7th port will not exchange data. In my attached video I tested 3 different USB thumb drives and a SATA I USB powered Hard Disk Drive and the hub performed very well in speed tests. I also posted in the video some graphic data analysis of the data transfer speeds as well as photos of the graphical speed test data.

The port comes with:
* A USB 3.0 cable to connect it to your computer. If you want USB 3.0 data transfer speed then you have to use a USB 3.0 port on your computer. The cable is 32 inches long.
* An AC wall power supply that will power the hub and furnish power to the USB ports. The power adapter can use 100 to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hertz so it is compatible for overseas use as long as you take your AC wall plug adapters. The output is 5 VDC at 4 Amps and that along with the power out of your computer's USB 3.0 port provides the power for the operation of this powerful accessory. Each USB 3.0 port needs to be able to supply 900 mADC and the USB 2.0 ports can supply 500 mADC. The cable length for the power adapter is 5 feet,
* An instruction manual

In my video I plugged in a high speed, medium speed and slower speed USB thumb drive as well as a USB powered SATA I Hard Disk Drive. I did some speed testing and the speed results were very good. Just remember that you have to share one computer USB 3.
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Updated Sept 17. I was wrong in my original review stating the other ports are not powered - They are powered and I apologize for the bad review. The device I tried using to verify the hub was powered was faulty. There is no problem with this hub. It works very well.

Following is the original review: Ignore it

"The ad for this HooToo hub implies that all the usb outlets are "powered" from the AC adapter. They are NOT. Only the so-called "Charging outlet" is powered from the AC adapter, but the USB outlets are using just the nominal power from the USB outlet on your computer and plugging in multiple USB devices. may give you problems if all together they require more power than USB is designed to produce. Beware -- and if you want to have a truly "powered" hub, look for a product that actually does that. I have an Amazon Amazon Basics USB Hub with 5V/4A power adapter which works just fine for powering multiple devices."
Neil Bell, KJ6FBA
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An update to my initial review:
I need to be fair and adjust this review upward. While this hub did exhibit some issues with 5ghz 802.11ac USB3 adapters in the USB3 ports (see my original review), it does so only under certain conditions, where the position of the 5ghz adapter is such that the USB3 port/chip is probably in the path of the 5ghz RF signal. Moving the positioning of the adapter does seem to make a difference. This issue exists with some other USB3 ports/hubs as well and here is an article that may shed some light.

http://www.usb.org/developers/whitepapers/327216.pdf

I did not experience this issue with the other HooToo hub that I purchased (HT-UH010) but perhaps alignment was different when I tested that unit. Either way I do not think this unit is exhibiting anything unusual. Perhaps 99% of users will not us a 5ghz wireless adapter in the hub and of those only a fraction would hit on the interference issue.

Since my initial review I have been able to get good performance form this hub, with 5ghz USB 802.11ac adapters as well as flash drives. The speedy Sandisk USB3 adaper hit 200mB/s and more on several tests. I did not test fast SSD units via USB3.

Initial Review Below

I just received this device and have been testing it. I have never purchased a poor performing USB hub, this is a first.

The USB3 ports simply to not perform correctly. I tested this several different ways to make sure that I was not doing something wrong. I took each of my 3 AC1900 USB adapters and tested in the USB2 and USB3 ports. The USB2 ports perform just fine, all 3 adapters give the same results on different systems and hubs. On the USB3 ports I get < 10% of the performance that I get on the USB2 ports.
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I had some problems with the hub, but I reached out to customer service and was floored by their responsiveness and help.

I wouldn't buy this if you have several drives to connect, but for lower-power devices this'll do the trick.

And if, for some reason, it doesn't work you can count on a world-class customer service experience to make things right for you!
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So far so good. I have 2 printers, 1 Canon professional photo printer for fotos and fine letters, and a Brother little Lazar printer for printing college study notes etc. I needed them to both be available at the same time. I tried several hook-ups but nothing worked. The little hub I had for my laptop wouldn't do it either. After doing a little research I decided I needed a powered USB and since I have USB 3 ports, I bought this one. The price was $10 less than the next unit with the same features. So far works great... Knock on wood..
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