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Sunday, November 22, 2015
My IMAC does not have enough USB ports for what i need, second i have a few devices that have only USB 3.0 and wont work. It never dropped signal once for me and all the devices connected work fine and fast.
Difficult to fix onto to things. Power cord shouldn't be needed if I connected it to my computer. Need to press USB firmly into the port to work.
I don't understand the complaining behind this. It works great for me. Maybe people don't understand how to plug in USB ports.
Monday, May 25, 2015
I've had two of this model for over a year. I use the all-in-one they are attached to several hours every day. They have been entirely reliable. Though I haven't explicitly tested the data transfer rate, it is good.
The ports are upside down, i.e., the logo on a USB cable faces down when plugged into a port. Not really a weakness, just a detail to keep in mind.
I'm very satisfied with my two hubs. I may buy a third for my laptop.
Thursday, February 19, 2015
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Tuesday, May 07, 2013
By: IT Manager
From: Edmonton, AB
When it works, true USB 3.0 speeds for data transfer
-Rarely works -Drops devices often -Windows very often complaining "a USB device has malfunctioned" -when you rely on a hub to "dock" multiple USB devices to an ultrabook with only 2 USB connections, you cannot have your mouse, keyboard and other peripherals like flash drives, backup drives, etc coming online and offline (offline more often than online) constantly - productivity killer
-Maybe I got a lemon, but this DLInk hub malfunctions often leaving me without my USB peripherals when "docking" to an ultrabook. Throwing this one in the garbage and replacing with a different model... ANY other model
Monday, January 07, 2013
If I could give this 0 stars I would, flaky poor USB 3 connections that would drop a drive if you even slightly bumped the hub. drives were continually dropping off the computer because of this hub :( months of agony thinking it was my hard drives, now finally realizing that the hub was a piece of garbage and is now in the garbage