The Belkin Ultra-slim 4-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 4 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
- 1 User manual
- Connections : USB 2.0
- Power : Bus Powered
- Height : 2.6 cm
- Width : 1.6 cm
- Weight : 45 g
- UPC or EAN No. : 722868841891
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- Warranty : One year
Ratings & Reviews
Does what it's supposed to do and provides additional USB ports for your Mac.
I've heard that the longevity is a bit suspect bu t I've been using mine for two months with no issues. I've also read complaints that it can sit at a funny angle on your desk because it's so light. Seriously?
It's also both small and light enough for travel so all in all a very useful and portable product. Keep in mind though that it is NOT man enough to charge your iPad. If you' going to connect it to an iMac, don't bother plugging it into the mains, just plug it in to the back of the iMac and off you go, job done.
In short, yes I would recommend it. …
- Written by Paul D from Maidstone
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Can i connect external hard disks using this port since they all require a direct source to generate electricity?
- Asked by Omar E from Sharjah
I have connected a small 500Gb external hard drive using mine and it works fine but I have not tried any of the larger capacity drives. Maybe you would need to connect the Hub to the mains to provide sufficient power for a lrager capacity hard drive. …
- Answered by Paul D
Nope, does not support iPad charging, whether powered or not. The box states this on the side.
- Answered by Des O
- Asked by Michael J
It requires a USB 2.0 cable which is included in the box.
If you buy one, don't bother plugging i n the power cable as the iMac kicks out more than enough power.
Be aware though, you CANNOT charge your iPad through this device. …
- Answered by Paul D
- Asked by Anthony C
It comes with a lead which plugs into one of your existing USB ports
- Answered by Lee F