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SuperSpeed USB 3.0 7-Port Hub

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  • Three USB 3.0 ports and four USB 2.0 ports to manage your USB devices
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 supports data transfer speeds up to 5Gb/s, and USB 2.0 up to 480 Mb/s
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 supports all legacy USB (USB 2.0 and USB 1.1) devices
  • Over-current protection built in to each port to protect both connected devices and the hub itself from unforeseen power surges
  • Power supply included

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Product Description

Welcome to next generation SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0), where speeds reach up to 10x faster than High-Speed USB (USB2.0). SIIG SuperSpeed USB hubs are designed to achieve maximum data throughput, whether connected to USB 3.0 or earlier versions of USB devices (2.0 or 1.1), and present an excellent choice when expanding your USB connectivity with the latest and fastest generation of USB. (2nd Para) The 7-port SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Hub from SIIG quickly adds three additional SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and four USB 2.0 ports to your desktop or notebook system. With USB 3.0 ports you will maximize data transfer speeds using higher-bandwidth peripherals including external SuperSpeed USB 3.0 external disk drives, high-resolution webcams, video surveillance cameras, digital video cameras, and multi-channel audio. There are 4 USB 2.0 ports dedicated to support legacy USB devices. (2rd Para) All 7-ports of the SuperSpeed 7-port hub will support legacy USB devices (USB 2.0, and USB 1.1), and allow the simultaneous operation of multiple USB 3.0, and legacy USB devices, where each port independently achieves its maximum data rate when all ports are connected to devices. SuperSpeed USB 3.0 supports data transfer speeds up to 5Gb/s, and USB 2.0 up to 480 Mb/s.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6.3 x 2.8 x 9 inches
Item Weight 12 ounces
Shipping Weight 8 ounces
ASIN B003NE5I9I
Item model number CY3190
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3.0 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #202,161 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
#1,888 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Networking Products > Hubs
Date first available at Amazon.com June 15, 2010

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By Greg Sullivan on September 21, 2010
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I have this hub plugged into a Gigabyte x58 MB with 2 USB3 ports, the device worked ok the first boot but never again. I attached a usb3 Buffalo 1T drive to it.
The drive showed up ok the first time but after a reboot it would not show up, I had to unplug it and plug it in for Windows to see it. Half of the time I'd plug the drive in it would use USB 2 and not 3.0. So I got another 4 port usb 3 only hub and it's works great. I do have the latest MB bios and the latest USB 3 drivers.
Would I buy this again? NO
Would I recommend this? NO
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Unlike the previous reviewer I understood fully it was a 4 port USB 2.0 hub and 3port USB 3.0 hub. However, it does not work, initially it say USB 3.0 Hard drives but copying to it would result in errors. Then it stopped seeing the drive. However it would see it in the USB 2.0 port. As of today it does not see in any of the ports. i bought a 4 port USB 3.0 hu from same manufacturer and that seems to work perfectly. BTW all my USB devices including the controller card are from this manufacturer. Very sorry that I bought two of these.
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Running Vista x64 Ultimate w/ SP2 on HP DV7 laptop.

I've experienced the same issue as others. Worked first time out of box, but killed all access to my dvd drive. Rebooted (per instructions). After that, device was dead. The lights on the device, which were on until I rebooted, never came back on. Even after powering off and back on, device was dead thereafter. Fortunately, my dvd drive was fine after the reboot.

The manufacturer's support forum has had this issue on it since almost immediately after the device came out. They've done nothing about the problem but continue to sell the device. Unusually poor showing for SIIG, which usually puts out good products.

Wait to buy until SIIG has figured out the problem and *FIXED* it.
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SuperSpeed USB 3.0 7-Port Hub
This product is advertised as a SEVEN port Superspeed (USB 3.0) Hub. It is NOT. It really is a three port USB 3.0 Hub that has an added four ports of USB 2.0 functionality. Incidentally, on the unit I received, *NONE* of the USB 2.0 port worked and *NONE* (including the three working 3.0 ports) were able to accommodate ANY USB 2.0 devices. Seven ports? No way!

Incidentally, the USB 3.0 specification calls for backward compatibility with earlier devices and cables and I cannot tell if this is a design shortcoming with all units or just a faulty device that I received.

I am not accustomed having to read the fine print on Amazon, in order to get an understanding of what I am buying. In the fine print, it does indeed say this device is a 4 port USB 2.0 with 3 ports of USB 3.0, but the product HEADING says "SuperSpeed USB 3.0 7-Port Hub by SIIG". Sorry, Joe, it just ain't so. The old warning "Caveat Emptor" certainly applies here.

Oh, and thanks to Amazon's great return policy, my unit is heading back!
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I chose this hub because it has 7 ports and is small in size. I am aware of the fact that only 3 ports are USB 3.0. Most of my other devices, like wireless mouse and key board are not USB 3.0 so I can still fully utilize the USB 2.0 ports. I hook this hub to a USB 3.0 PCI Express host adopter on my desk top Dell PC. The USB 3.0 device I have hook up to this hub is a external hard drive. I have had my setup running for a few days and during this time I have turn my computer off and on several times and have experience no problem.
Overall so far, I Like its slim size design and I also like its suede like finish.
Installation is very easy. Just connect it to any USB 3.0 or 2.0 port and it works. Also no driver is needed. Just connect it into any USB port and it is detected right away.
I would recommend this to my friend.
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At the time (one year ago) this seemed like the best deal out there. I needed a mix of USB 3 ports for external drives and drive caddies, plus a couple of ports for a mouse & printer that I left at my desk.

Problem 1: if I boot with the SIIG hub attached, my notebook's fingerprint reader is blocked. Doesn't even show up in the hardware list. Unplug the hub & power cycle the notebook, and all works well. It's a poor-man's workaround.

Problem 2: Now it's dead. This morning, no lights. Moved it to three different power outlets...nothing. It's not quite 12 months, and SIIG claims it has a 5-year warranty.

Unfortunately, it's not easy way to make a warranty claim. There is only an online form requiring you to look up everything and type it in manually. They can't take the microsecond to print "P/N" and "S/N" on the equipment, and leave no clues on the form to decipher the information. I'd call it poor customer service, but I'd also blame manufacturing. What manufacturer would print multiple strings of numbers and letters, but leave no indication of their use?

If yours dies too, the part number is JU-H70112-S1. The number in the middle is the serial number.

I've babied this. It's always plugged into an UPS with power conditioning. The line voltage from the building is always between 119-121VAC. A power supply should last more than a year.

Good news...you'll get an automated acknowledgment of your RMA request within minutes. Let's see how long it takes to actually get a replacement.
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