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Tersely 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub $11.96 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Statco via Amazon

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USB 3.0 is 10x faster than USB 2.0 (Backward Compatible with USB 2.0)

Ultra slim design! Size: 7.5 x 4.2 x 1.2cm / 2.95 x 1.65 x 0.47 inch. Built-in 14cm USB 3.0 Cable, Easy to Carry.

No power supply needed. Ultra Lighweight, Plug and Play, No Driver Installation Required. LED Light Indicates When Powers On.

Support windows xp/vista/7/8/10 and Mac OS, linux. SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Data Transfer Rates of Up to 5 Gbps, 10x Faster than USB 2.0 and compatible with USB 2.0/USB 1.1/1.0

Package Includes: 1x 4-Port USB 3.0 HUB. (Does NOT come with a power supply). Simply plug it into any desktop/laptop, and it will work perfectly for normal daily use, such as mouse, keyboard, phone data transfer, etc.

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  • Ordered one, thank you.

  • +1

    $4.99 on eBay.

  • +1

    Imo spend a bit more for one with switches for each port, they are very useful

    • $6.69 from China via eBay.

  • Can this be used to charge aswell?

    • No.

    • I'm charging XBox wireless controllers through one.

    • Yes, you may use it to charge your smartphones on your PC/laptop, but may not be suitable to charge your ipad (all PCs and laptops cannot charge ipad)

  • This one is pretty good quality. I got one of this and already used it over 6 months.

  • +2

    It is cheap for a reason, as listed, this one doesn't come with a power supply which from experience, is an important part especially if you intend to connect an external drive and charging at the same time. Although for mouse and/or kboard receivers and USB stick it'll probably be ok.

    • Yep confirming, I've got this hub and it barely powers more than 2 usb sticks. Anymore or pairing one usb stick with a portable SSD for example, and it'll keep disconnecting and reconnecting (without separate power).

      Keep that in mind if you're intending to use to copy files between USB drives.

      Wouldn't recommend for anything aside from a quick copy of files from one USB stick to another etc.

  • I am using one. It works, no complain. Only issue for me is that it doesn't work too well after waking up from hibernation on my surface laptop. Sometimes i need to disconnect everything and reconnect again, sometimes i would need to disable and then reenable the USB device.

  • Looking for a good, USB3 or USBC, Powered, 7 or 10 port hub if anyone knows any.

  • +1

    Brought one in Jan 2020 eBay Australian seller $4.24 still going strong, Same seller now $15.95!

    • That's for the OTG adapter. Says the hub is out of stock.

      Here it is for $8.83.
      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/USB-3-0-HUB-4-Port-External-Comp...

      • Whoops. Thanks bazzaa for the correction.

    • -2

      sold by different sellers, T Tersely ones are more durable than the orders, that's why it will be a little more expensive

      • It looks solid. May I know the warranty for T Tersely? The ebay one offers 1 year.

        • Tersely offer 1 year warranty

          • @Fsxingyan: Which is no different to other brands on ebay. Can't justify for payment more for the "T" logo!

  • +1

    I got one of these off ebay late last year, it didn't last long, it started giving constant USB port errors: “USB Device over current status detected”

    I replaced it with one of these recently, all good :)
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/541824

    • +1

      Thanks, just grabbed an Anker one. The OP one has way too short of a cable anyway.

  • The Anker one was $12 and is around $17 now irrc. Definitely not worth this much. They just slapped on their branding to the generic OEM ones you find on ebay.

    • Agree, $12 is ok, I wouldn't pay more… Pretty much everything is cheap crap with a name thrown on it these days, quality control seems to vary depending on brand, some companies attempt to protect their brand…

      So what do you recommend?

      • +2

        This is the best option imo. Anker have great warranty and for $5 more it's a no brainer.

        • -4

          Tersely also offer 1 year warranty for this hub, it totally best option

        • lol, that's the one I posted just above^^^

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