|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||10|
Rosewill 10-Port High Speed USB 2.0 Hub (RHB-520)
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- 10 USB Type A Ports
- Supports high-speed (480Mbps), full-speed (12Mbps), and low-speed (1.5Mbps) data transfer modes
- USB 1.1 and 2.0 Compliant, fully Backward Compatible with USB 1.1
- Unique switch for power control of port 7-port 10
- Blue LED indicators
- Self-power mode & Bus-power mode
- Plug-n-Play and Hot Swapping
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If you're running out of sockets for your USB peripherals, then you definitely ought to take a look at this hub. The Rosewill RHB-520 is a portable solution to your USB port problems. It allows up to 10 additional USB ports on a computer. With the slim, strip-shape design, it saves your precious desktop space. It’s extremely portable and easy to move between systems or take on the road. This hub is Plug-n-Play, so you can plug it into any computer without having to worry about configurations. It supports almost any operating system including Windows 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 (32 / 64 bit), Linux, Mac OS 10.0+. A great inexpensive addition to any computer, the Rosewill RHB-520 is a great way to expand your connectivity.
Comes with all cables but without original packaging. Hub will run at least 6 Bitcoin Eroupters devices and fan though unless your in a hot place you won't need a fan.
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I use this to power some USB devices that require .5A, and I currently run 5 of them through this hub with zero issues running 24x7 now for 2 weeks. I will be testing another 2 units to see if it will infact run at max capacity for a while. Its been a few weeks pushing 3A and no issues, I did let it push 3.5A for a few days with no problems, I havent tested to see if it can dish out more than its max rating for any period of time
Its too bad it doesnt have the full 5A needed for all 10 ports. But compared to what hubs that will do that cost, this is a bargain at half the price