4-Port USB 3.0 Hub, KEYMOX Compact Size Data USB Hub for MacBook, Mac Pro, Mac Mini, iMac, Surface Pro, XPS, PC, Flash Drive, Mobile HDD (Charging Not Supported), Black

Price: $11.99 - $9.41
(as of Dec 29,2022 21:54:24 UTC – Details)

KEYMOX 4-Port USB 3 0 Hub

Supported Systems:

Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP Max OSx 10.6-10.12 or later Linux 2.6.14 or Later


The USB ports are intended for data transfer only but does not support charging. 2.4 GHz wireless devices (such as wireless keyboards and mice) and some USB 3.0 devices may not be supported, or may not work in close proximity to a hub or other USB 3.0 device.

For a stable connection, avoid connecting devices that exceed a total of 900 mA. Devices are usually rated as follows:

Mouse 100 mA
USB Flash Drive 100 mA
Camera 300 mA
Keyboard 500 mA
External Hard Drive 900 mA The hub supports a maximum of 2 hard drives, but for best performance, the power demand of connected devices shouldn’t exceed the total USB output of 5V 0.9A. Devices with high power demand such as Apple USB SuperDrive shouldn’t be connected to the hub. With one Micro port, supports up to 5V/2.4A input power.
Extensive Performance Transform one of your computer’s USB ports into four with this USB hub with wide compatibility including USB cable flash drive Mouse Keyboard etc (Does not support charging)
SuperSpeed Data – Use the USB hub to sync data at blazing speeds up to 5Gbps—fast enough to transfer an HD movie in seconds.
Compact and Lightweight – Packet size design allows you to take it on the go, ideal for home, office, businees trip or anywhere you go; connect with your laptop and access to your USB devices anytime.
Compatibility – Compatible with USB 3. 0 and backwards compatible with USB 2. 0.
Easy To Set-Up – This hub doesn’t require any software or drivers to get started. Just plug it into your USB port. It will be easier to connect and transfer data between devices.
Charging Not Supported: Do not use this hub for charging purpose, not recommended for charging tablets and other devices with high power demand.
Note: Check your device loading current when used for charging (e. g. iPads/Tablets) or for high-power devices (e. g. hard drive); insufficient current may lead to slow charging or other failure.

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