• Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
  • Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
  • Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
  • Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
  • Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
  • Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports
Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports

Plugable USB Hub, 10 Port - USB 3.0 5Gbps with 48W Power Adapter and Two Flip-Up Ports

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  • EXPANDABLE - Connect everything USB with this 10 port USB Hub. Connect up to ten USB 3.0, 2.0, or 1.1 devices to any USB 2.0 or 3.0 capable computer. Two flip-up USB 3.0 ports. Robust 12 volt 4 amp 48 watt power supply included. (US AC Wall Outlet Plug, 100-240V 50/60Hz)
  • COMPATIBLE - Compatible with most Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X, and Linux / Unix systems. Fully plug and play, devices can be hot-plugged, supports USB over-current protection
  • PERFORMANCE - Supports USB 3.0 transfer rates up to 5Gbps (640MBps). Transfer rates are device and USB host controller dependent. Backwards compatible with all USB 2.0/1.1 devices and hosts. Powerful 12V 4A 48W UL certified laptop-style power adapter with 6+ foot cable.
  • DESIGN - Master blue power LED. Sleek piano black glossy finish. Six ports in front and four rear ports to minimize cable clutter and maximize accessability. Two of the rear ports flip-up to a vertical position to allow for easy access and insertion of USB flash drives and other devices with one hand.

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Best 10-port USB 3.0 Hub! This has been the best USB 3.0 Hub I have used.I love this Plugable USB 3.0 Hub because:1) Enough hub chipsets. You need 1 chipset per 4 ports in order to have maximum compatability with USB 3.0 and to avoid port conflicts. Other manufacturers use only one chipset per hub and past 4 ports this is not enough - particularly for Macs which can be more picky about USB hub compatibility. Plugable gives you enough or more than enough chipsets. The HUB10C2 features three internal VIA Labs VL812 B2 USB 3.0 hub chipsets.2) A high enough power plug. Many manufacturers skimp on the power plug. This means your computer has to supply a lot of power to the plug. But this limits the number of hard drives you can use on the hub. Plugable gives this hub a high power 48 watt power plug. This gives each of the 10 ports 4.8 watts of power - at 5 volts, this is 0.96 amps - well over the 0.9 amp minimum rating for USB 3.0.I have Plugable's 7 port USB 3.0 hub with 2 charging ports and it's high power 7 port USB 3.0 hub - where all ports can be high charging. But This 10-port hub is the best. Unfortunately the high power 7 port USB 3.0 hub has a power switch. When the power goes off, this power switch has to be manually triggered or the hub doesn't work. The 10-port hub has NO switch - which is great! It automatically turns on after power outages. 5OK at first then started very strange behavior, drawing power from my laptop. Supposed to be self powered and not do that. This unit was promising at first, worked OK for about 2 hours then got weird. My MacBook Pro started shutting down the USB hub because it was drawing too much power. Huh? The hub is supposed to be self powered and draw zero power. No matter what I did I could not make that problem go away. Back it goes. 1Avoid this product! Bought one of these on April 29th. I started to get error messages on my computer about this hub using too much power. Then it just quit.I am not impressed. Paid $50 and it lasted 3 months. NOT a good deal 1Can't handle the load This works very well but is limited. It's a 10 port hub, but I have been unable to get all 10 ports to function at one time. Eight work occasionally and only seven are consistent. And its not like any particular ports are bad - its more like the device itself can only handle so much of a load. It gets persnickety during the computer power-up (Windows 10 PC) and about 50% of the time, I have to unplug all my USB cables from the hub and then plug them back in one at a time and wait for the system to recognize that a USB device has been plugged in.I've tested this on a tower PC and two different laptops (HP and Toshiba) and it is consistent in its occasional failure to recognize all the USB devices on power-up. For the computer folks out there, yes - the BIOS and all drivers are current. Only one of the USB devices (an LG DVD writer) draws any significant power from the hub and this only when actually in use - which is rare. The rest of the devices are a keyboard, mouse, webcam, headset, extra monitor using a Plugable adapter, smart card reader, and a 2TB external drive that has it's own power supply.So while the device does allow for a good selection of extra USB devices to be connected, the limitation and annoyance of having to occasionally unplug the devices to get it to work properly detracts from this being a great product. 3The most reliable and best-performing of the all such devices I've owned The USB specification is very broad, and there's no central peer review that determines what you can call a "USB Port." You're thinking, "big deal, they're all the same." But they're not all the same. The difference is in the true power they reliably provide for the devices connected to the hub. Usually, it's not a big deal. USB devices are designed to work well within the range of the variable voltage provided by most commercial USB hubs. Of course, the more devices you connect to your hub, the more power you're asking of it, and the various devices on the other end will usually make due with what the hub generates.If the hub fails, or doesn't quite generate enough power for your devices, they will1) generate a "Device Not Recognized" error on your computer.2) simply not work, meaning you'll not see the mouse, keyboard, headset, or hard drive among your devices in Device Manager.3) work intermittently. If the hub doesn't quite generate enough power, the device, will work intermittently on your computer, for example, the USB hard drive will work for a few minutes, then stop working, then begin to work again4) worst-case scenario: The device breaks. Voltage spikes or deficits can kill a hard drive. It's happened to me - caused by plugging the USB hard drive into a Hub with a bunch of other devices, and not only did the USB drive not appear in Windows, it stopped working all together, because the Hub couldn't provide enough consistent power to power the device.I live in a place where it gets very cold, so I see this problem often. After I come back from a few days absence, my home is very, very cold. I turn on my computer, and sometimes, a USB mouse, keyboard or headset can't get enough juice via the motherboard to turn on - until the house warms up, and electricity can flow normally.Now, under such circumstances, I've had many USB hubs fail. They either can't generate enough voltage for my USB devices plugged into them, or they are not recognized by Windows, because my house is too darn cold.The Plugable 10-Port USB 3.0 Hub has always worked, even under adverse conditions. I've owned several, use them on several household computers, and it has always generated enough power to make all connected devices work. 5Charging ports do not work. Nice reliable hub. Two dedicated charging ports do not work correctly. Tested with two android phones and both show 3.5h+ to charge from 0-100. Normal 2.1 charger charges either of these in under 2 hours.There is definitely a difference between the 'charging' and 'normal' usb plugs as plugging a phone into normal plug shows 'charging over USB vs charging on AC when using the charging plug. Too bad the charge time is the same.Since the charging functionality is the only reason I bought it I am giving it a poor rating. Otherwise it's a nice hub if you don't mind wiping the cheap piano glossy plastic from dust twice a day. 1MAJOR FAIL -- EIGHT out of TEN ports don't work AT ALL. I see this has a lot of great reviews I wish mine were one of them, since that would mean that the one I got wasn't a hunk of crap. .One year later, EIGHT of the TEN ports do not work AT ALL. It didn't happen over night I thought there was something wrong with the cable on this or that......but I just meticulously went through and nope! 6 of 8 are as dead as a doorstop.I wish there were more to say, but there isn't. I spent $50 on this not a cheap hub at all and just over a year later it has the same functionality as a cheapo 2-port adapter!!! Unbelievable. 1This Hub works flawlessly ... I have an HP Envy laptop that has 4 - USB-3 ports (2 ea side), 2 display ports, 1 HDMI port & SD card reader. I do music audio production off of this laptop using 3 video monitors and the laptop monitor as the 4th running Pro Tools audio software. The USB-3 laptop ports are filled up with 2 external drives, a RME audio interface connection and the Plugable 10-Port USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Hub cable (connected to the 4th one). On the 10-port USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Hub, I'm running a APC battery back-up USB cable, iLok, printer, Logitech bluetooth connector, laptop cool desk laptop fan, charger cable for the Logitech mouse, an iPhone charger cable and one more cable (not sure about where it's going...lol). Anyway, I have 2 - USB ports empty out of 10 on this hub. When clients come to record they do not see 2 different USB 4-ports dangling off the side of the laptop showing cables going all different directions. Instead, the 10-port is hidden behind the 3rd video monitor with easy access if needed with the iPhone and mouse cables tucked away until needed. My habit now is to plug in the iPhone here in the office until the morning, fully charged. This Hub works flawlessly and made the studio look a tad-bit more professional. 5Runs Hot and disconnectes your hard drives. Not sure why mine get hot. The smell of something burning is coming from mine. At first when I plugged the power to it, the blue light came one. A few min's later it had no power and the blue power light on top of the unit was off. I had to unplug it and plug it back in. The power came on? Not sure if I have a bad one. Last night I notice a strong smell of something burning. When I got to the hub, it was hot and the smell was coming from it.It comes with a very BIG adaptor, power unit. Wow, bigger then my computer.Another thing I notice is my hard drives get disconnected and start again and put everything on my screen? This happens quite a bit. I am not happy for this. For the cost, I though I would be getting a very nice hub. 1Great USB hub and Amazing Customer Service!! I bought this hub on May 1, 2015 and I am pleased to say that it has worked flawlessly since installation. That is until last week. Four ports stopped working, one of them being the charging port. I was ready to chalk it up to "life". I went on to the Plugable web site and found support. It suggested a couple things to try. None worked. So as a last gasp I sent an email to their support on November 23rd around 4pm Central Time. I got an answer from Support and HOUR LATER.They asked for my Amazon order number and serial number. No problem, sent it 5 minutes later telling them the suggestions on the web site didn't work. The next morning I got an email apologizing for my troubles, and telling me my replacement was on its way with a tracking number. Wow. Well today (Nov 30) it arrived. Plugged it in and it works perfectly.My history with "support" is often underwhelming at best and typically dismal. So this is one giant congratulatory kudo for Plugable. I can't imagine how they could have made my issue more simple. If this is typical of their commitment to their customers then they have one for life. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • EXPANDABLE - Connect everything USB with this 10 port USB Hub. Connect up to ten USB 3.0, 2.0, or 1.1 devices to any USB 2.0 or 3.0 capable computer. Two flip-up USB 3.0 ports. Robust 12 volt 4 amp 48 watt power supply included. (US AC Wall Outlet Plug, 100-240V 50/60Hz)
  • COMPATIBLE - Compatible with most Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X, and Linux / Unix systems. Fully plug and play, devices can be hot-plugged, supports USB over-current protection
  • PERFORMANCE - Supports USB 3.0 transfer rates up to 5Gbps (640MBps). Transfer rates are device and USB host controller dependent. Backwards compatible with all USB 2.0/1.1 devices and hosts. Powerful 12V 4A 48W UL certified laptop-style power adapter with 6+ foot cable.
  • DESIGN - Master blue power LED. Sleek piano black glossy finish. Six ports in front and four rear ports to minimize cable clutter and maximize accessability. Two of the rear ports flip-up to a vertical position to allow for easy access and insertion of USB flash drives and other devices with one hand.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Best 10-port USB 3.0 Hub! This has been the best USB 3.0 Hub I have used.I love this Plugable USB 3.0 Hub because:1) Enough hub chipsets. You need 1 chipset per 4 ports in order to have maximum compatability with USB 3.0 and to avoid port conflicts. Other manufacturers use only one chipset per hub and past 4 ports this is not enough - particularly for Macs which can be more picky about USB hub compatibility. Plugable gives you enough or more than enough chipsets. The HUB10C2 features three internal VIA Labs VL812 B2 USB 3.0 hub chipsets.2) A high enough power plug. Many manufacturers skimp on the power plug. This means your computer has to supply a lot of power to the plug. But this limits the number of hard drives you can use on the hub. Plugable gives this hub a high power 48 watt power plug. This gives each of the 10 ports 4.8 watts of power - at 5 volts, this is 0.96 amps - well over the 0.9 amp minimum rating for USB 3.0.I have Plugable's 7 port USB 3.0 hub with 2 charging ports and it's high power 7 port USB 3.0 hub - where all ports can be high charging. But This 10-port hub is the best. Unfortunately the high power 7 port USB 3.0 hub has a power switch. When the power goes off, this power switch has to be manually triggered or the hub doesn't work. The 10-port hub has NO switch - which is great! It automatically turns on after power outages. 5OK at first then started very strange behavior, drawing power from my laptop. Supposed to be self powered and not do that. This unit was promising at first, worked OK for about 2 hours then got weird. My MacBook Pro started shutting down the USB hub because it was drawing too much power. Huh? The hub is supposed to be self powered and draw zero power. No matter what I did I could not make that problem go away. Back it goes. 1Avoid this product! Bought one of these on April 29th. I started to get error messages on my computer about this hub using too much power. Then it just quit.I am not impressed. Paid $50 and it lasted 3 months. NOT a good deal 1Can't handle the load This works very well but is limited. It's a 10 port hub, but I have been unable to get all 10 ports to function at one time. Eight work occasionally and only seven are consistent. And its not like any particular ports are bad - its more like the device itself can only handle so much of a load. It gets persnickety during the computer power-up (Windows 10 PC) and about 50% of the time, I have to unplug all my USB cables from the hub and then plug them back in one at a time and wait for the system to recognize that a USB device has been plugged in.I've tested this on a tower PC and two different laptops (HP and Toshiba) and it is consistent in its occasional failure to recognize all the USB devices on power-up. For the computer folks out there, yes - the BIOS and all drivers are current. Only one of the USB devices (an LG DVD writer) draws any significant power from the hub and this only when actually in use - which is rare. The rest of the devices are a keyboard, mouse, webcam, headset, extra monitor using a Plugable adapter, smart card reader, and a 2TB external drive that has it's own power supply.So while the device does allow for a good selection of extra USB devices to be connected, the limitation and annoyance of having to occasionally unplug the devices to get it to work properly detracts from this being a great product. 3The most reliable and best-performing of the all such devices I've owned The USB specification is very broad, and there's no central peer review that determines what you can call a "USB Port." You're thinking, "big deal, they're all the same." But they're not all the same. The difference is in the true power they reliably provide for the devices connected to the hub. Usually, it's not a big deal. USB devices are designed to work well within the range of the variable voltage provided by most commercial USB hubs. Of course, the more devices you connect to your hub, the more power you're asking of it, and the various devices on the other end will usually make due with what the hub generates.If the hub fails, or doesn't quite generate enough power for your devices, they will1) generate a "Device Not Recognized" error on your computer.2) simply not work, meaning you'll not see the mouse, keyboard, headset, or hard drive among your devices in Device Manager.3) work intermittently. If the hub doesn't quite generate enough power, the device, will work intermittently on your computer, for example, the USB hard drive will work for a few minutes, then stop working, then begin to work again4) worst-case scenario: The device breaks. Voltage spikes or deficits can kill a hard drive. It's happened to me - caused by plugging the USB hard drive into a Hub with a bunch of other devices, and not only did the USB drive not appear in Windows, it stopped working all together, because the Hub couldn't provide enough consistent power to power the device.I live in a place where it gets very cold, so I see this problem often. After I come back from a few days absence, my home is very, very cold. I turn on my computer, and sometimes, a USB mouse, keyboard or headset can't get enough juice via the motherboard to turn on - until the house warms up, and electricity can flow normally.Now, under such circumstances, I've had many USB hubs fail. They either can't generate enough voltage for my USB devices plugged into them, or they are not recognized by Windows, because my house is too darn cold.The Plugable 10-Port USB 3.0 Hub has always worked, even under adverse conditions. I've owned several, use them on several household computers, and it has always generated enough power to make all connected devices work. 5Charging ports do not work. Nice reliable hub. Two dedicated charging ports do not work correctly. Tested with two android phones and both show 3.5h+ to charge from 0-100. Normal 2.1 charger charges either of these in under 2 hours.There is definitely a difference between the 'charging' and 'normal' usb plugs as plugging a phone into normal plug shows 'charging over USB vs charging on AC when using the charging plug. Too bad the charge time is the same.Since the charging functionality is the only reason I bought it I am giving it a poor rating. Otherwise it's a nice hub if you don't mind wiping the cheap piano glossy plastic from dust twice a day. 1MAJOR FAIL -- EIGHT out of TEN ports don't work AT ALL. I see this has a lot of great reviews I wish mine were one of them, since that would mean that the one I got wasn't a hunk of crap. .One year later, EIGHT of the TEN ports do not work AT ALL. It didn't happen over night I thought there was something wrong with the cable on this or that......but I just meticulously went through and nope! 6 of 8 are as dead as a doorstop.I wish there were more to say, but there isn't. I spent $50 on this not a cheap hub at all and just over a year later it has the same functionality as a cheapo 2-port adapter!!! Unbelievable. 1This Hub works flawlessly ... I have an HP Envy laptop that has 4 - USB-3 ports (2 ea side), 2 display ports, 1 HDMI port & SD card reader. I do music audio production off of this laptop using 3 video monitors and the laptop monitor as the 4th running Pro Tools audio software. The USB-3 laptop ports are filled up with 2 external drives, a RME audio interface connection and the Plugable 10-Port USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Hub cable (connected to the 4th one). On the 10-port USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Hub, I'm running a APC battery back-up USB cable, iLok, printer, Logitech bluetooth connector, laptop cool desk laptop fan, charger cable for the Logitech mouse, an iPhone charger cable and one more cable (not sure about where it's going...lol). Anyway, I have 2 - USB ports empty out of 10 on this hub. When clients come to record they do not see 2 different USB 4-ports dangling off the side of the laptop showing cables going all different directions. Instead, the 10-port is hidden behind the 3rd video monitor with easy access if needed with the iPhone and mouse cables tucked away until needed. My habit now is to plug in the iPhone here in the office until the morning, fully charged. This Hub works flawlessly and made the studio look a tad-bit more professional. 5Runs Hot and disconnectes your hard drives. Not sure why mine get hot. The smell of something burning is coming from mine. At first when I plugged the power to it, the blue light came one. A few min's later it had no power and the blue power light on top of the unit was off. I had to unplug it and plug it back in. The power came on? Not sure if I have a bad one. Last night I notice a strong smell of something burning. When I got to the hub, it was hot and the smell was coming from it.It comes with a very BIG adaptor, power unit. Wow, bigger then my computer.Another thing I notice is my hard drives get disconnected and start again and put everything on my screen? This happens quite a bit. I am not happy for this. For the cost, I though I would be getting a very nice hub. 1Great USB hub and Amazing Customer Service!! I bought this hub on May 1, 2015 and I am pleased to say that it has worked flawlessly since installation. That is until last week. Four ports stopped working, one of them being the charging port. I was ready to chalk it up to "life". I went on to the Plugable web site and found support. It suggested a couple things to try. None worked. So as a last gasp I sent an email to their support on November 23rd around 4pm Central Time. I got an answer from Support and HOUR LATER.They asked for my Amazon order number and serial number. No problem, sent it 5 minutes later telling them the suggestions on the web site didn't work. The next morning I got an email apologizing for my troubles, and telling me my replacement was on its way with a tracking number. Wow. Well today (Nov 30) it arrived. Plugged it in and it works perfectly.My history with "support" is often underwhelming at best and typically dismal. So this is one giant congratulatory kudo for Plugable. I can't imagine how they could have made my issue more simple. If this is typical of their commitment to their customers then they have one for life. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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