USB 3.0 Hub-10 Ports Powered USB Hub 60W USB Charging Hub with Individual On/Off Switches and 12V/4A Power Adapter and Light for PC, Laptop, Computer, Mobile HDD, Flash Drive and More(Purple)


Price: $49.99
(as of Jun 12,2021 21:32:09 UTC – Details)


Product Description

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Individual Power Switches

Powered USB Hub with 10 individual on/off switches for each USB port, helps saving the trouble of unplugging devices whenever you don’t need it.

Built in smart chip to protect the hub itself and your devices from Over-Voltage,Over-Current, Short Circuit, Over-Heating or Counter-Current. Providing safe and stable connection while using it.

12V 4A Power Adapter with Long Cable

Super powered USB 3.0 Hub, with 12V-4A configurations and adorable length of the cable, convenient and powered for all your devices.

It is 39″ hub to computer. 47″ from power supply to hub and power cord is Approximately 47″.

Simultaneous Ulti-devices

Easy connect peripherals like mice, keyboards, flash drives, card readers, or an external hard drive to your PC laptop or Mac.An ideal speed solution for both data transfers and charging.

Intelligently identify each connected device that allows it to accept a full speed transfer – giving a super fast transfer time for every device

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LED Indicator

With LED Indicator for each port ,easy to know the power status.

Configure a 3.3FT cable to make it more convenient and efficient for you to use.

With an additional Smart Charging port, designed with compatibility in mind.

Compact&portable

Made of aluminium, the hub is lightweight and flexible, which is very helpful for people who often go out to work or travel.

The size is similar to the phone, and it does not occupy the desk space when used in office

System Requirements & Notes:

Supports 4T mobile hard disk and supports high power devices

Mac OS X Lion 10.7.4 users should upgrade to Mountain Lion 10.8.2 or later to avoid unstable connections.

2.4Ghz wireless devices (keyboards, mice, etc.) may not work around USB 3.0 ports. Try using a USB 2.0 connection.

For maximum performance, connected devices should not exceed a combined current of 4A.