The Belkin Ultra-slim 7-PORT USB 2.0 Hub increases the number of USB ports available so that you can connect nearly all your gadgets to your Mac. Its compact size also makes it a perfect travel tool, designed to easily tuck into the pockets of a laptop bag.
- Adds up to 7 USB devices to your Mac
- Connects high-, full-, or low-speed devices
- Data transfer speeds of up to 480Mbps
- Installs with Plug-and-Play ease - requires no software
Did you notice?The compact size also makes it a perfect travel tool.
Apple Recommends ForConnecting multiple devices to your Mac through a single USB port
What's in the Box?
- USB hub
- Power pack
- USB 2.0 cable
- Connections : USB 2
- Height : 2.54 cm
- Width : 1.52 cm
- Weight : 63.5 g
- Length : 14.99 cm
- UPC or EAN No. : 722868841914
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- Warranty : One year
Ratings & Reviews
Works brilliantly - (with 4 external HD's, 2 iPhones & a flash drive)
I bought this for my 2009 MacBook (unibody) as it only has 2 USB ports,
It's slick, the exact same aluminum finish as the macbook , feels really sturdy, and does what it's supposed to,
I have 4 portable HD's plugged in (2 x 1TB, 1 x 500MB & 1 x 80MB), 2 iPhones (4 & 5) ,and an 8GB flash drive, and all are working/charging fine,
It doesn't charge an iPad 2 however, but I'm not too concerned, as with the freed up USB port on the macbook now, I just have my iPad dock plugged in there.
If you need USB expansion, this is for you. …
- Written by Andrew O from Dublin
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Yes but no
USB 2.0 products are designed to function with USB 1.0 ports without a hitch just like you can plug a USB 3.0 device into USB 2.0 ports so yes this will work fine most products will work just check compatibility but this will work with every thing even if you decide to get a new computer for example new iMac with USB 3.0 ports it would work fine no matter weather your devices are USB 1.0, 2.0, 3.0
Hope this helps
- Answered by Joshua S
No. However, it frees up so many USB ports that it's not a problem using one of them for the iPad. I 'm using it without the power supply - it's great! …
- Answered by Paul A
It's a powered USB hub, this allows it to supply power directly to the devices plugged into it, rath er than relying on drawing power from the controller in the Mac, some hubs will work in both modes.
In principle a single USB port should only power a single high power device (HDD, iPhone etc) so a hub that allows you to connect up to 7 high power devices usually comes with a stand alone PSU in order to supply 7 times the power the controller it is connected to can supply. …
- Answered by Geoff M