Satechi 12 Port USB Hub with Power Adapter & 2 Control Switches for 2015 MacBook Pro, 2014 MacBook, iMac, Surface Pro, Dell XPS, PC and more
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- 12 USB 2.0 PORTS - connect USB devices such as external hard drives, mp3 players, mice, digital cameras, printers, etc.
- QUICK DATA TRANSFER - backup and transfer your MP3’s, digital photos, and digital videos to your desktop or laptop with rates up to 480Mbps
- PLUG & PLAY - hot swappable, hot pluggable and chains up to 127 USB devices
- COMPATIBILITY - with Windows 98SE /ME /2000 /XP /Vista /7/8/10, Mac OS 9.1 or above, Linux 2.4 or above
- INCLUDES - 1 x USB hub, 1 x Power Adapter, 1 x USB - USB extension 3' cable
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|Sold By||Satechi||AnkerDirect||AnkerDirect||Meter Sunshine||CablesOnline||iDsonix Inc|
|Item Dimensions||0.98 x 7.99 x 1.26 in||1.73 x 5.71 x 0.91 in||1.77 x 4.37 x 0.98 in||0.86 x 7.8 x 1.3 in||4.4 x 9 x 9 in||0.98 x 7 x 2.52 in|
|Item Weight||1.1 lbs||1.07 lbs||0.5 lb||3.77 ounces||0.8 lb||1.2 lbs|
|Number of Ports||12||10||13||12||28||10|
Satechi USB 2.0 Hub with Power Switch adds twelve additional USB 2.0 ports to PC or Mac, allowing you to connect USB devices such as digital cameras, external hard drives, flash drives, and printers. The hub is uniquely designed so that the two switches can control first six or second six usb ports with the blue Led indicators. Equipped with a power supply, the Satechi USB 2.0 hub guarantees the electric current stability and the effective operation of connected USB devices. It does not require any software or complicated installation process. 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.
USB 2.0 Ports
Connect up to 12 USB devices, such as cameras, hard drives, USB thumb drives and more, to download and transfer files at speeds up to 480Mbps.
LED Indicator Lights
Equipped with blue LED lights to indicate when ports are in use. Two switches control first or second set of 6 USB ports and included power supply ensures a stable connection for your USB devices.
Easy to Use
With no complicated drivers or installation necessary, the Satechi USB 2.0 hub is quick to set up and a perfect addition to your desktop space.
Supports Windows 98SE /ME /2000 /XP /Vista /7/8/10, Mac OS 9.1 or above, Linux 2.4 or above.
For a stable connection, the devices connected to the 12 Port hub must not exceed a combined current of 5 volt 2A. Each USB port on our 12 Port hub will only provide 5 volts 250 Milliamps. External hard-drives should be connected to an external power source.
This hub functions as a USB hub only, to connect USB 2.0 and USB 1.0 devices to your computer, and is not a standalone device charger.
This hub is not recommended for ASIC bitcoin miners.
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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Turns out, I can't even run all 3 of my drives at the same time. In fact running 2 at a time is iffy.
I thought for a while that the power supply might in fact be broken, since it did not seem to run any more disks with the power supply plugged in than being powered from the computer's USB port, but in fact the lights light up and the plugged in devices do see power even when it is not plugged into the computer, so the power supply must be working.
I'm keeping it to run the disks one at a time and be able to access other low powered things, but it is a shame that it is so very low powered...
I would avoid Satechi products on Amazon like the plague. In my opinion, they are manipulating the review system to get rid of anything short of excellent reviews by offering refunds that let you keep the product if you remove your 'negative' review. Previously this was a 3 star review and I got the following email:
We are very sorry for the inconvenience you've experienced with our 12 Port USB Hub. For safety reasons each port has a 5Volt 250mA output and the total amount of power going to the hub may not surpass 2 Amps (to ensure your computer's usb doesn't burn up.) You are most likely exceeding this limit with your external hard drives. Is it possible to connect any of them to an external power source? Also we would like to offer you a refund and you may keep the hub. All we ask in return is the removal of your review. Once (or if) it is removed we will issue your full refund.
Satechi Technical Support
If you still want a Satechi product, I would give a lot of extra weight to any "negative" review that does survive this process, given that I suspect many reviews would disappear with this offer...
As far as customer service, my experience was not with this device but with a Soundfly AUX MP3 Player Car Fm Transmitter for SD Card, USB Stick, Mp3 Players iPod, Zune, Sansa with Remote Control. I was having problems so I sent an email to Satechi customer service and got a reply within an hour. They offered to send me a new one and pay to return the old one so they could try to figure out what went wrong. I kept trying to get it to work and it turns out the issue was (blush) user error. I didn't realize that the shift lever on the car's console was blocking the Soundfly and preventing the remote control from working. As soon as I moved the transmitter to another location it worked like a charm and I've been happily using it for the last couple of months. I sent an email to them as soon as I figured out it was my problem and they were very gracious and thanked me for following up. That caliber of customer service is refreshing and, unfortunately, getting harder to find all the time.
I think Satechi may have a new BFF.