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Works great with Mavericks and get as many ports as available.
By John H. on June 10, 2014
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Hi JO-JO, I used this item before and it can be used for data transfer and charging.
By Amazon Helper on September 25, 2014
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Its plenty long, 3ft.
By Russell on May 30, 2014
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no it does not -- it even disconnects when the computer goes to sleep -- but reconnected as soon as it goes into wake up mode.
By JK5859 on December 25, 2013
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So you can completely turn off the ports that is not in use and save power as well as slow down deterioration due to usage.
By C. Lovell on May 13, 2014
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I use it on a MacBook Pro without any issues.
By Mr. Just the Facts on May 24, 2014
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Nothing that was noticeable, but I don't really push all ten together at the same time. Four are used for hard drives which so simultaneously, but the others activate much less frequently: one for a printer, one to download photos from my camera, one for my iPhone, etc. However, I did just have the middle three slots… see more Nothing that was noticeable, but I don't really push all ten together at the same time. Four are used for hard drives which so simultaneously, but the others activate much less frequently: one for a printer, one to download photos from my camera, one for my iPhone, etc. However, I did just have the middle three slots die out on me, and it's long past warranty, so I've just ordered a replacement from another (cheap) company. It lasted well for a while, though! see less Nothing that was noticeable, but I don't really push all ten together at the same time. Four are used for hard drives which so simultaneously, but the others activate much less frequently: one for a printer, one to download photos from my camera, one for my iPhone, etc. However, I did just have the middle three slots die out on me, and it's long past warranty, so I've just ordered a replacement from another (cheap) company. It lasted well for a while, though!
By George Samuel on June 6, 2014
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My power supply died right after the 30-day warranty. I contacted the company and they responded that the warranty only covered the first 30 days. So, I bought another power supply (better one!) on Amazon for $9 that works like a champ! The new charger even has a LED power indicator and can supply up to 6 Amps of current.
By bill*facebook on December 7, 2014
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I think you may need to plug this in as it has LEDs to power. If you have low power devices like a mouse and keyboard you could probably get away with it.
But if you want to power higher current devices then I would plug it in to the wall to take advantage of the 2 amp supply.
The hard part is knowing how much pow… see more
I think you may need to plug this in as it has LEDs to power. If you have low power devices like a mouse and keyboard you could probably get away with it.
But if you want to power higher current devices then I would plug it in to the wall to take advantage of the 2 amp supply.
The hard part is knowing how much power your computers USB ports are providing. If they can supply an Amp then I think you would be fine, but the
ports usually do not say so you have to rely on your manual to provide that info, unless you built the machine yourself and have the stats. see less
I think you may need to plug this in as it has LEDs to power. If you have low power devices like a mouse and keyboard you could probably get away with it.
But if you want to power higher current devices then I would plug it in to the wall to take advantage of the 2 amp supply.
The hard part is knowing how much power your computers USB ports are providing. If they can supply an Amp then I think you would be fine, but the
ports usually do not say so you have to rely on your manual to provide that info, unless you built the machine yourself and have the stats.

By Mr Smith on July 31, 2014