Summary: It IS lightweight, so be ready for anything corded you plug into it to have far more heft than the hub. I've managed just fine with pulling the hub forward on my desk enough for the cords to rest on my desk. The hub is basically being supported by the cables that are plugged into it.
Pros: I needed a hub to expand the number of ports on my laptop. It's worked great for the few months that I've had it! It's currently got a keyboard, mouse, gamepad, webcam, and Bluetooth adapter plugged into it. Haven't noticed any functional oddities or danger signs, yet. And yes - as other reviewer...
Cons: One very small annoyance - I have a Logitech G600 mouse and a Logitech G11 keyboard. Both have LED backlighting. When I turn my system off for the day, the lighting remains on. For me, the hub is within reach, so (after my system is powered down) I simply unplug the adapter from the back of the d...
Summary: Works great. I have a bunch of junk plugged into it, including a razer deathstalker ultimate keyboard which is pretty demanding, 2 webcams, a wireless keyboard, and usb controllers. No issues, and all devices work as intended. Great buy.
Pros: Small, lightweight, good capacity, powered w/ included cable.
Cons: maybe too lightweight? Nothing really bad about it.
Summary: I bought this in hopes to conveniently charge two cell phones + 4 electronic cigarette batteries nightly (not to hook up to a PC). It does an "OKAY" job for the e-cig batteries but I don't let my phones touch that thing, I'm afraid it will potentially harm the smartphone batteries.
Pros: Charges* 7 devices simultaneously
Cons: High capacity batteries such as smart phones, tablets etc... take quite a while to charge up. By comparison, my Samsung Note 4 charges from 0 to full in under an hr on it's stock charger, on this hub it takes between 12-24 hours.