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No, I would not. I have a Yoga 2 Pro and have had nothing but issues with this item. In order for me to get the gigabit speed i had to tethered the unit to a 3.0 extension cable, otherwise networking just wouldn't work at all, however it did work in a 2.0 port, just slower of course. It also has very little power, so u… see more No, I would not. I have a Yoga 2 Pro and have had nothing but issues with this item. In order for me to get the gigabit speed i had to tethered the unit to a 3.0 extension cable, otherwise networking just wouldn't work at all, however it did work in a 2.0 port, just slower of course. It also has very little power, so using it as a hub was not ideal. But the unit eventually die, not able to recognized in ANY computer's 3.0 port, i tried 2 other laptops and a desktop. UNitek will not warranty the unit. I was 3 days past my 30 day return period so I'm stuck with a defective item. see less
By TCL_s22 on April 9, 2014
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usb ports only
By Cookie on June 30, 2014
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YES
By Cookie on September 17, 2014
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Yes it does for my SanDisk 2gb, but not able to power up my usb-powered 2TB external WD HDD with my Samsung Pro Tab 10.1 on KitKat.
By Rose Bud on January 23, 2015
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yes
By Cookie on June 25, 2014
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The gadget itself has no OTG interface. But you can use it under OTG condition if you happened to own OTG cables and devices. Please note that OTG always consumes a lot of power.
By Genuie on December 4, 2013
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probably not, the drivers are going to be the same, it's just cosmetic
By LTN on March 3, 2014
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I am not sure what you are asking but if by "mobile" you mean "laptop computer" then yes you can transfer files between the "SD" card and the external hard drive via the "laptop computer".
By Richard L. Wood on January 2, 2015
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This question is old - but for others, the answer is absolutely no. All four ports (the ethernet & 3 USB ports) connect to a single USB port on a computer. But the computer recognizes each device separately, and processes communications separately. It is not a router, and cannot enable a USB printer to communicate to o… see more This question is old - but for others, the answer is absolutely no. All four ports (the ethernet & 3 USB ports) connect to a single USB port on a computer. But the computer recognizes each device separately, and processes communications separately. It is not a router, and cannot enable a USB printer to communicate to other computers on ethernet. Instead, you can attach the USB printer to a computer, and that computer can also then join a LAN through the ethernet connection. If others on the LAN wanted to use the printer, the original computer would have to share its printer connection. see less
By Ralph M. Lieberman on February 9, 2015