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i-tec USB 3.0 Metal HUB 4 Port with individual On/Off Switches

u3chargehub4-9
PN: U3CHARGEHUB4
EAN: 8595611703881
USB-3.0
PN: U3CHARGEHUB4
EAN: 8595611703881
USB-3.0
New

Small but handy USB hub for all those struggling with insufficient USB ports on their PC or laptop. Its main advantage is the ability to turn the individual USB ports on and off, allowing the hub to dedicate maximum speed and charging output to the active ports. The hub can also be connected to a power adapter* to allow you to use, for example, several hard drives at the same time or charge your phone or tablet.  See more

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Specifications

  • 1x integrated USB 3.0 cable for connecting to a device
  • 1x microUSB for connecting the hub’s secondary power supply of up to 10 W (5 V 2 A)
  • 4x USB 3.0 port with quick charging support (BC 1.2)
  • 4x On/Off button for USB ports
  • LED indication (blue LEDs)
  • OS: Windows 10, macOS X, Linux, Android, Chrome OS
  • Product dimensions: 103 x 31 x 10 mm
  • Product weight: 41 g
  • Package weight: 78 g

 

Hardware requirements:

  • Device with a free USB-A port

 

 

 

Package contents

  • Product
  • Manual

Description

Small but handy USB hub for all those struggling with insufficient USB ports on their PC or laptop. Its main advantage is the ability to turn the individual USB 3.0 ports on and off, allowing the hub to dedicate maximum speed and charging output to the active ports. You can also connect the hub to a power adapter with output of up to 10 W*, which will allow you to use, for example, several HDDs or SSDs at the same time or charge your phone or tablet.

Using the hub is simple – just connect it to a USB port on your computer and you’re done – drivers will be installed automatically by the system.

  • 4 x USB 3.0 port (data transmission speed of up to 5 Gbps)
  • Ability to turn individual ports on and off
  • Option to use an external power adapter with output of up to 10 W*
  • When used with a power adapter, the hub is capable of BC 1.2 quick charging

* Not included

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