Summary: Needed a hub I could mount on the underside of a coffee table to plug in game controllers. Table was made out of wood, so mounting was dead simple. The only downside was that i needed a longer USB cable to get back to the gaming system (15ft away) and the one in the box was only 6ft.
Pros: Well-made, ideal for mounting to walls or the undersides of tables, came with good mounting screws. No issues with devices I was plugging in.
Cons: Fastest sustained transfer rate was 9.54 Mbps. Toshiba laptop with intel i3 M380 2.53GHZ CPU. 4GB RAM installed. Windows 7 64-bit. Ran several copy / backup jobs to several USB 3.0 external drives. Confirmed hub was plugged into a USB 3.0 port. Disabled antivirus. Rebooted & tried again several t...
Summary: Most USB hubs are light and slide around when you try to plug in a device. I have always found this annoying.
Pros: One of the things I have wanted since USB3 became available was a hub which was heavy duty and mountable. This does exactly that. I just bought my second one and they both have performed flawlessly for me. In both cases, mounting them was essential . These are also heavy enough that even if not m...
Excerpt: The hub has worked great over the last few months. I wish it had two ports on the back but that's because of my setup (it would work better for me)I'm not sure why but a lot of manufactures design hubs like this one and I cant find a hub designed the way I'd like it to be.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy to Use, Efficient, Quality Construction, Reliable