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Pros: There are 5 USB Ports, this provides plenty of expansion room for usb devices. When I plugged this in to my new macbook pro 17" it read it instantly and works just fine. I've plugged 4 devices into it at once to see if they all worked and they worked just fine.
Cons: Is a little bulky but that's understandable considering there are 5 ports.
Other Thoughts: This was a great low cost solution to expanding my macbook pro usb ports I just wish there were one with 5 usb 3.0 ports. I would pick that up for sure.
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Pros: 5 ports
Cons: 3 of the ports are only good for low power draws like thumb drives, but I can't complain because the are still running at the full 480 Mbits/s (the fully utilized ExpressCard rate of 2.5 Mbits/s that's divided among the five ports.)
Other Thoughts: If you need addtional USB 2.0 ports for your laptop, then buy this one. It gives you the most powered ports (2) you'll find on the market (because there is only a 1000 mAmp supply available; divided equally between the two ports yields 500mAmps per port). And you'll get 3 additional low power ports to boot. I definitely recommend this product.
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“5 ports— Grounded 2/8/2011
2 Powered ports (approx. 500mAmps per powered port)
All ports work flawlessly
“There are 5 USB Ports, this provides plenty of expansion room for usb devices. When I plugged this in to my new macbook ...”— Hosie 3/21/2011