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Pros: Excellent price performance ratio. The vast majority of the time they perform flawlessly - for example, I just finished copying a 14TB raid array from one hub to a similar array on another hub. No problems whatsoever.
Cons: They are slightly flaky. About once every two days one of them burps and my Mac thinks it has dropped off line. It gives me a warning message but then re-discovers the hub and all is well. I have three of these hubs and the drop out only happens when I have the hub heavily loaded (at least 5 disk drives on it). Every now and then something hangs solidly and I have to power cycle the hub. Despite this, they are the most reliable of the USB3 hubs I have (I have six hubs altogether).READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ADATA 32GB Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Flash Card Model ASDH32GCL4-P
Pros: They do exactly what they are supposed to. I have had no errors or problems of any kind. The only difficulty I have with them is that my kids know that they work well so whenever they need one, rather than go order their own, they just "re-purpose" one of mine. I guess that is another vote for them as my kids would "borrow" things that didn't work perfectly.
Cons: They are not the fastest around but for taking data from external devices they are quite adequate.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: See my review of 10/3. The hubs continue to work very well but with one minor caveat.
Cons: I tried to run 7 3TB usb disks off both of my hubs. At random intervals an error state was thrown saying a disk had gone off line. I finally figured out that the disks were drawing too much power (even though they have their own AC power supplies). When I cut back to just 6 drives per hub they have performed flawlessly.
Other Thoughts: I'm very happy with my two hubs and plan to purchase several more. I just have to be careful not to overload them.READ FULL REVIEW