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4 Ports Powered USB 3.0 Data Hub +1 USB Charging Port + AU Power Supply $18.39 + Shipping ($0 with Prime/$39+) @ Tendak AmazonAU


One of my 2 USB 3.0 port doesn't seem to work (not enough power out to my USB 3 SSD in an enclosure?). Went looking at MSY and Umart but this seems to be the cheapest. Same price as deal posted recently

Code says limited offer but can't find the end date.

"Tendak on has USB 3.0 Hub with 4 USB 3.0 Data Ports + 1 USB Smart Charging Port + Power Supply Adapter with Individual On/Off Port Switches( on sale for $18.39.


*4 Port USB Powerd HUB with it's own 5V 3A AU power adapter,it can charge your phone even if the computer is off. It's will transfer rates up to 5Gbps (500MBps) to allow data to move quickly between devices.

*1 Smart Charging Port(Max.2.4A) at the bottom is for charging your phone/tablet/camera etc,and can recognize your device automatically and provides a corresponding current. USB 3.0 cable length: 100 cm / 39 inches, long enough and can be connected to the back USB 3.0 port of the desktop

*Sleek piano black glossy UV clear coat finish designed with Individual On/Off Port. If you want to turn off one of this 4 port, just need press and hold the switch button on about 3 seconds. Turn on the usb port: tap the button

*Smart USB 3.0 hub, it will remember which ports are switched on or off when powered down and keep that config at power up. No drivers required, compatible with Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 / 10.1, Apple Mac OS X 10.2 or above, Linux 9 or above

*Solid construction, built-in surge protection and over-current protection along with industrial-grade 5mm hardened cable endure years of use."

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    5Gbps is 625MB/s according to Wikipedia


    anyone used this for a Pi NAS?


    Returning mine, the transfer speeds through the hub are significantly slower than plugging directly into the same port the hub is plugged into.