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Cables to Go 7-Port USB 2.0 Aluminum Hub conveniently adds seven high speed USB 2.0 ports to your desktop or notebook computer. The slim form factor saves space while the port placement and hard-mountable metal base keep the hub in place even when several USB devices are connected. The hub easily slides out of the base making it convenient to travel with as well.The 7-Port USB 2.0 Aluminum Hub can be self-powered from the USB port or utilize the included power supply. Add additional hubs to support up to 127 devices. USB-IF certification ensures high speed data transfers up to 480 Mbps. Whether you are downloading or transferring spreadsheets, MP3 files, digital pictures, or video streams- the Port Authority2 7-Port USB 2.0 Aluminum Hub will make connecting several high speed USB 2.0 devices hassle-free.
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review by . February 06, 2009
Very nice, high-end design, made with lots of aluminum. Even the base it sits in is aluminum, which is great.      One strange thing, though, is that the base slips on the unit but doesn't lock onto it, or even hold on with friction. So, when moving it around the base slips off, which is really annoying and unnecessary. Also, the cable that goes into the unit uses a small size USB connector, so if you want to use a longer cable to go to it you'll need the smaller size (the kind …
review by . January 20, 2008
I like this hub a lot. The price is good and it look nice with my aluminum iMac. It works with or without the nicely compact power brick. Having sockets on both sides of the hub makes cable routing cleaner than with most hubs . The only reason for not giving it 5 stars is that the mounting bracket is pretty worthless. The hub simply slides through it in both directions and can't be secured in place without adding an extra screw outside the end of the hub, which looks pretty tacky.
review by . December 22, 2007
Very nice, high-end design, made with lots of aluminum. Even the base it sits in is aluminum, which is great.    One strange thing, though, is that the base slips on the unit but doesn't lock onto it, or even hold on with friction. So, when moving it around the base slips off, which is really annoying and unnecessary. Also, the cable that goes into the unit uses a small size USB connector, so if you want to use a longer cable to go to it you'll need the smaller size (the kind …
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