|Screen Size||30 inches|
|Hard Drive||PC, MAC|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
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Manhattan 28 Port USB Hub (161718)
|Price:||$64.49 & FREE Shipping|
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- Provides 28 Hi-Speed USB ports for additional peripherals
- Transfer speeds: 1.5 / 12 / 480 Mbps / 5 Gbps
- Replaces less-capable hubs with compact multiport design and high-capacity 4-amp power adapter
- Conveniently recharges mobile devices and connects flash drives, receivers, card readers and more
- Switch each port on and off individually
- Overcurrent protection; hot-swappable
- Compatible with all USB-equipped computers
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The MANHATTAN MondoHub features a high-capacity 4 amp power adapter with enough ports to manage a growing collection of USB-enabled devices. Unlike some other large capacity USB Hubs available on the market, the MondoHub features 4 SuperSpeed USB ports and can recharge devices or transfer data at lightning fast speeds. The compact and durable case features the power and hub-to-PC ports on the side panel to help better organize connections and minimize cable clutter. This high-quality USB Hub also features automatic overcurrent protection for each port and hot-swapping Plug and Play connection. With a power switch for each port, the MondoHub gives users complete control over which devices are using power or valuable system resources.
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When I received last week, I first added the AC power to the unit and made sure to enable all 24 ports so I would not misread a device not work. I then removed all other USB cables from the computer and plugged the MondoHub in. One-by-one, I added six peripherals. For the first few days it all worked.
Then this past Monday, my 3.0 drive stopped being recognized. When I checked Device Manager, there was a Unknown USB Hub error. I uninstalled and rescanned. Same thing. By this afternoon, (2/4/16) the entire unit is no longer recognized. I've had a "HUB Reset," "Unknown Hub" and "USB Hub Reset" errors all day long. There's no phone number for Manhattan's U.S. office in FL but I sent a support request via their website. Looks like this is going back!
2 x External 3Tb HDD (via USB 3). These use their external power source
1 x External 1Tb HDD (via USB 3).
1 x MIDI keyboard
1 x iPad 3
1 x iPhone 5
1 x External Apple Keyboard
3 x USB drives
1 x Mouse
2 x iLok
This DOES NOT work with:
* My external USB audio interface (M-Audio Fast Track C600)
* External Apple DVD Drive
These two need to be hooked up directly to my macbook pro (retina) to work.
Occasionally the external HDDs stop being recognized and I have to reboot the computer. Hooking them up directly solves the problem though. But this only happens every other week so it's not a major annoyance. Other than that this is a workhorse.
The unit comes with rare earth magnets on the bottom to attach the unit to a metal cabinet. This seemed pretty cool. The only problem is that the magnets are held in place by their little bitty magnetic fields to small screws. Three of mine were loose in the packaging and when I attempted to replace them in their holes, I passed too closely by a couple of the other magnets and sucked them out of their holes. In short, the magnets need to be glued in place to work properly. Otherwise once you stick the Manhattan on a metal surface and try to remove it, all the magnets remain on the metal surface because the metal surface has more surface area than the little screws on the unit. So the magnets are a waste if you don't glue them in place and it is probably best that they be removed if not glued in place so that they don't potentially corrupt any of your magnetic media (assuming you have any that is loose and susceptible to magnetic fields). All my magnets are now holding pictures to my filing cabinet.
Otherwise, the unit seems to function just fine. I definitely had to add on the (included) power supply in order for the unit to charge up my cell phone, but that certainly worked as designed. I needed the Manhattan for the additional outlets and it is doing the job as desired. Given the cost of the unit compared to some others, it seems to be a reasonable deal. If you need more than just 4 USB3 outlets, however, then this unit is not for you. If you are like me and have mostly USB 2 peripherals, cell phones, cameras, external hard drives, thumb drives, etc., then this unit is very handy!
The problem I am having is that at least once a day, my computer will no longer recognize the hub and everything connected to it gets disconnected from my computer. The only way to get the computer to recognize it again, is to unplug the hub from both the computer and the power so the hub is completely turned off. After about 10 seconds I plug it back into the power and then back into the computer and it works again. While unplugging and plugging it back in once or twice a day may not seem like a big deal to some, I find it quite annoying. If it wasn't for that very annoying issue, this would probably be a 4 star hub easily.
UPDATE: The hub stopped working all together. The computer would recognize the hub and then less than a minute later it would no longer recognize the hub at all. Unplug the hub from power and USB port, plug it all back in and the same results. I tried the hub with multiple computers also with the same results. Basically, this is an expensive piece of junk.