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Max Devices Supported: Universal Serial Bus 3.0 Specification
Support MTT function to guarantee Full-Speed (FS) data passing bandwidth when multiple FS devices perform heavy loading operations
Backwards compatible with USB 2.0/1.1 devices and hosts
Features: Blue LED to indicate power status for each port
Data transfer speeds up to 480 Mbps
Four downstream ports support high-speed (480Mbps), full-speed (12Mbps), and low-speed (1.5Mbps)
Supports up to 127 devices by daisy-chaining multiple hubs
Note: Some power-intense USB devices may require a AC-Powered USB hub
Compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Mac OS X or above
Some users do not have enough USB ports on their computers to support all of their peripheral devices. If a consumer wants to connect multiple accessories, they might have to choose between which ones have the most relevant functionality and which are expendable for the time being. This is an inconvenience for those who need their devices to work efficiently and accommodate all needs.
If you have too many accessories and not enough docks, a USB hub will provide the additional support you need. A hub uses one USB port on the computer itself but provides multiple ports that link with other devices - much the way a power strip creates additional electrical outlets by working from one.
After purchasing a network hub, every peripheral device can stay connected to a laptop. You can connect an external hard drive, DVD burner, printer and smartphone to a computer via a single USB connection and still have extra space for more accessories.
Users can leave all their peripherals attached to the hub for more convenient connection and detachment. Instead of unplugging multiple items, consumers only have to remove a USB hub's plug. This is perfect for those who need their computers to travel, such as college students who bring their notebooks to class or workers who need their laptops in the office.
There are different styles of plugs to meet the needs of every shopper. Some ports are large and have over 10 USB slots so they might be best utilized in a stationary environment, while others only feature a couple of access points for more mobile use. Other network hubs are just a series of wires so consumers don't have to carry a bulky device.
Peripheral accessories help users enjoy their laptops' best features. A USB hub can provide the additional support necessary so that no one ever has to choose which device to use with which program.
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