Reviews and Problems with Belkin Hi-Speed USB 2.0 4-Port Hub
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Where's the USB plug?
26 March 2014
Excerpt: There's no usb cable with which to plug into the computer. Normally I would think that such a thing was included. I trust Belkin and Im sure it will work just fine once I get all the parts. Just a small ugg.
Excerpt: I'm generally happy having a hub with a cord sufficiently long that I can leave it on a small table near where I usually use my laptop, but the male part that plugs into the laptop's USB port is not engineered properly and it doesn't make a tight fit. Consequently it tends to come out on its own when I move the laptop from my lap to the low table where I keep it when I'm not using it.
Summary: The USB contacts on this hub are loose, resulting in intermittent connections. Frequent cutting in and out of the connections (when the hub was moved, e.g., during addition/removal of other connectors) became annoying and once required me to reboot my iMac, which never happened before in 1-1/2 years of use. The hub is very small; its compact design might contribute to the problem.
Summary: This USB hub is a great product and comes with two cables not described online, a USB cable and a power cable. The scimpy literature is vague about the cables, but I surmise that the power cable is only needed when using the hub as a charger. I use the hub for USB connection and have not needed the power cable.
Summary: Come ben sapete la Belkin è un marchio innovativo, da un paio d'anni sul mercato offre una serie di prodotti di base accessori, di grande qualità e funzionalità. Per uno di miei netbook ho acquistato una Hub esterno, a quattro porte. Ho scelto questo perchè il suo prezzo mi è sembrato competitivo e conveniente, per soli 8.99€ presso il punto vendita di zona Media World ne ho acquistato uno.
Pros: amplia le connessioni USB dei nostri computer, autoalimentata, compatibilità
Summary: Immer mehr Geräte wollen an den Computer angeschlossen werden, immer mehr Anschlüsse sind erforderlich. Während man früher mit der parallelen und seriellen Schnittstelle auskommen musste, die eventuell durch den Drucker oder die Maus belegt waren, konnte man da schon in arge Bedrängnis kommen. Eine Schnittstellenkarte war notwendig, die aber einen dringend benötigten ISA- oder PCI-Port blockierte – von Interrupt-Konflikten wollen wir hier einmal ganz schweigen.
Pros: klein, stapelbar, jeder Port mit eigener LED