|Item model number||JUH377|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 1.29 x 0.56 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6 x 1.29 x 0.56 inches|
J5 Create USB3.0 7-Port HUB for Mac and Windows
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I was previously using a 4 port USB3.0 powered hub but wanted a couple extra ports. I ended up going back to the 4 port hub I was previously using.
At first it seemed like a good purchase. But when transferring files to/from USB drives (Western Digital My passport drives. Some were 1 TB, some were 3 TB) I started experiencing I/O errors. This never happened when completing the same steps using the same drives when they were connected to the 4 port hub prior to this purchase.
Then, I noticed another defect. If I had something plugged into one port, and plugged in something to the port immediately to the left or right of that device, this would cause the power to be interrupted and cause the computer to lose connectivity for a second or two. Because of the loss of connectivity during that period the computer thought ALL of the devices connected to this 7 port hub had been disconnected and reconnected. WHAT A MESS!
I ended up having to disconnect this hub and go back to the Insignia 4 port USB3.0 powered hub I was using before. This was a total waste of time and money. FAIL!!!!!
It has a solid metal case, is relatively compact and is powered via an AC adapter. But if it ceases to work, does it serve a function?
I have emailed j5create asking for assistance--let's see what kind of response I get. $50 is a lot of money for a hub but when it doesn't work then it's some serious coin.