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Syba 4 Port USB 3.0 Internal or External Hub with Extra Charging Port (SD-HUB20092)
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- Four Downstream USB 3.0 Ports
- Supports Self-powered and Bus-powered Modes
- DC 5V Power Jack and Floppy Drive Power Connector for Self-powered Mode
- One extra power to charge USB power devices
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|Color||USB 3.0||Black, silver||4-Port USB 2.0 (Black)||USB 2.0 mini|
|Dimensions||3 inches x 4 inches x 4 inches||3 inches x 6.75 inches x 6 inches||3.25 inches x 1.25 inches x 0.5 inches||6.5 inches x 8.5 inches x 1.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.75 pounds||0.9 pounds||0.1 pounds||0.2 pounds|
|Number Of Ports||4||4||4||4|
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*UPDATE*: Amazon now sells more recent versions of this hub based on VIA VL811 and VL812 chipset. Visually they look the same and seem to work reliably out-of-box. If you still want to upgrade the firmware, see my comments below. I now have 3 of these hubs, VL810/811/812 with the most recent firmware, and I am quite happy about their performance and reliability. So I'm changing my rating of this product from 4 to 5 starts.
BTW, if your USB 3.0 host controller is based on Renesas chipset and you're still experiencing issues with data transfers, especially with USB 3.0 external hard drives, consider upgrading your host firmware. You can find the latest on station-drivers website.
It's fast, and it works - mostly. The design is a little flimsy, but it functions well. I wouldn't buy another one.
I'd recommend the ORICO BC-U3H5, instead.
I started having problems with the first unit that I wrote this review on. Devices would apparently lose connection. I thought it was the fault of the computer and I re-loaded windows; but the same thing happened over and over. I already had the problem with the second one I purchased. I have switched to the pluggable 7 device USB 3 hub and have it fully loaded with no problem whatsoever. I think the device is easily overloaded. That is the only explanation I can come up with for USB devices losing connection. I had my keyboard and mouse connected to it and all of a sudden, there would be no communication with the computer. I found that if I unplugged the keyboard and mouse and then plugged them back in, communication was restored- at least for a while.
I am assuming that USB 3.0 products are not stable yet and need more time to mature, as it appears to be a hit and miss affair. I will order the Plugable external hub should Amazon ever get it back in stock.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hit or miss. Bought several, of which some have worked decently, while others have not. Caveat emptor!Published 13 months ago by Michael McKelvey
Plugged it in and it worked straight out of the box. A bit of an oddity is that the ports are "upside down", that is, reversed from most ports that I've used. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brian Christiansen
Its a five port USB 3.0 hub, and it works exactly as it should. I do not have any complaints.Published on May 12, 2014 by Sebastian
Does not charge iPad 3rd gen. The hub is connected to the power outlet by the way, so that's not the problem.Published on September 2, 2013 by Lars Klassen
The 3.0 usb mounted up flush, and looks great! The chaginh port for iPhones and Ipads is AWSOME! I use it all the time!Published on August 10, 2013 by Mcomeau
Keep getting a shock when I touch it. Not sure if it is the Hub or from walking on the carpet.
Seems to work ok. Read more