Satechi Unveils a 10 Port LED Lit USB 3.0 Hub

Satechi Unveils a 10 Port LED Lit USB 3.0 Hub

Mar 22, 2013

Do you find yourself frequently inserting and removing USB devices on your laptop or desktop computer? If you do then there’s a high probability that those USB ports will get busted more quickly. Worst thing is that if you’re not using a desktop computer, sooner or later there will be no more USB port left for your USB devices like thumb drives digital camera, smartphones, tablets etc. to utilize. Unlike in a desktop PC, you can easily add a USB hub via add-on modules. If this is case you might consider buying a Satechi USB 3.0 hub or any similar USB hub in your nearest computer shop.

So you might ask, why spent an extra bucks for USB 3.0 hub? If the problem we presented earlier might not convince you, let me first introduce this 10 port USB 3.0 hub from Satechi. This USB hub not just allow you to simultaneously connect up to 9 USB devices simultaneously but would also allow you to charge your tablet or smartphone via the 10th USB port. This port that is located on the side is a high current USB port with a rating of 2.1 amperes. With this rating, the Satechi 10 port USB 3.0 hub can quickly put your dead smartphone or tablet back to life.

The Satechi 10-port USB 3.0 hub provides you enough USB ports and a separate charging port for your convenience

Satechi 10-port USB 3.0 hub provides you enough USB ports, a separate charging port and LED lighting for your convenience.

If the high-current USB port is not in use, you can safely turn it off so that more juice will flow with the rest of the 9 USB port. Did you know that a USB device can’t perform any better if not supplied with the right amount of power? Yes, this is true especially for high-capacity external drives and other similar devices that normally require the right amount of power coming from a USB port. If that is the case, you might notice that the read and write speed is slower compared to similar devices that are directly attached to the system via SATA cables. But with the Satechi 10 port USB 3.0 hub, this will never be a problem because it has a separate power source to juice up all your USB devices.

Did I mention that the Satechi USB 3.0 hub glows when plugged in? Yes, that is correct. The 9 USB ports are LED lit allowing you to insert a USB device like your digital camera even in a dark room.

What do you think of the Satechi 10 port USB 3.0 hub? Aren’t you using a similar product for your USB devices? Would you consider buying the Satechi 10 port USB 3.0 hub or any similar USB hub to increase your productivity? Tell us what you think by posting your comments below.

The Satechi 10 Port USB 3.0 Hub adds nine additional USB 3.0 ports and one iPad-charging port to your PC or Mac. This allows you to connect and use USB devices such as digital cameras, external hard drives, flash drives, and printers, all from a single hub. The Hub is uniquely designed with three switches that control each group of three USB 3.0 ports; each group of three is lit with an attractive blue LED when powered on, as well as a separate LED for each port when a device is in use. With the slim, strip-shape design the Hub saves your precious desktop space, and also adds style with a sleek, glossy finish. Providing data rates of up to 5Gbps – 10 times faster than USB 2.0. You can transfer your photos, music, and HD movies to a USB 3.0 external storage device faster than ever before. Equipped with a power 5V supply, the Satechi 10-Port USB 3.0 Hub guarantees electric current stability and the effective operation of connected USB devices. It does not require any software, drivers, or complicated installation process. The 10th port, located on the end of the hub, supports 2.1A charging power and is capable of charging your iPad or any other tablet/ smart phone, eliminating the use of extra wall charger. Compatible with Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2003/2000/ME, Mac OS X (latest updates from Apple required), and Linux kernels 3.0 and later. Full forward and backward compatibility between USB 3.0 and 2.0/1.1 hosts and devices. Note: 2.4Ghz wireless devices, such as wireless keyboard and mouse adapters, may not work in close proximity to USB 3.0 devices or hubs. Connecting to a USB 2.0 port is recommended.

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