The Belkin USB 3.0 4-Port Hub lets you connect up to four USB enabled devices to your Mac or MacBook at the same time. Easy to install, the USB 3.0 connection provides up to ten times faster transfer speeds than USB 2.0, as well as quicker device charging.
- 5 Gbit/s transfer rate
- Fast charging
- Simple installation on your Mac
- Compatible with all USB 2.0 devices
Did you notice?The Belkin USB 3.0 Hub is compatible with all UBS 2.0 devices.
Apple Recommends ForKeeping all your Apple devices connected to your Mac simultaneously.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin USB 3.0 4-Port Hub
- Power supply
- USB 3.0 cable (1.2 m/3.94 ft.)
- UPC or EAN No.: 722868953044
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- Syncs to your iPad, but does not support charging
Ratings & Reviews
Belkin 4 Port 3.0 hub
I purchased this hub & connected it to a new well equipped 27" iMac. It performed flawlessly with both USB 3.0 & 2.0 devises conne I purchased this hub & connected it to a new well equipped 27" iMac. It performed flawlessly with both USB 3.0 & 2.0 devises connected. A significant speed increase over my USB 2.0 previous hub. No complaints. …
- Written by Terry L E from Enid
99 of 109 people found this useful
DO NOT BUY!
First of all, they hide the fact that it not only has a wall wart, but only a 3' power cable. The only way you can even use this First of all, they hide the fact that it not only has a wall wart, but only a 3' power cable. The only way you can even use this thing, unless you have a power outlet within 2 1/2' of your hub, is to get an extension cord. That just looks horrible. Then, the connections aren't on the back, they're on the side. So, no matter how hard you try, your desk looks like a jumbled mess. For $60, I expect more. Bad call Belkin, and bad call Apple Store for selling this junk. I never even tried it, so I cannot tell you if it even works. I'm taking it back at lunch! …
- Written by Justin C from Antioch
124 of 160 people found this useful
Doesn't do the one thing I needed...
I purchased this Hub to power and run an external superdrive (legacy - hah) on my MBP Retina. This hub does not work in conjunctio I purchased this Hub to power and run an external superdrive (legacy - hah) on my MBP Retina. This hub does not work in conjunction with apple's superdrive. Style-wise it looks great. I don't like the power plug and master usb port connecting to the side... that was a bad move, it should be in the back unless you don't care how your desk looks. Also, the power plug is 3'3" not a deal-breaker but way too short. I'll be making the hour long drive back to apple to return this as soon as I can. …
- Written by Christopher W from Haleiwa
110 of 145 people found this useful
Power Cord Too Short & Other Problems
The power cord is too short, and the USB cable is too rigid. You will end up re-arranging your system around this otherwise incon The power cord is too short, and the USB cable is too rigid. You will end up re-arranging your system around this otherwise inconsequential accessory. And despite being a powered hub, it will not support a Superdrive. I would infer that there are a bunch of other peripherals that it also cannot power. …
- Written by Jim M from Shorewood
1 of 1 people found this useful
Great on iMac
Using it too keep my external powered usb3 disks connected, and works well even without the external power block installed.
- Written by Peter M from Burnaby
5 of 5 people found this useful
Belkin usb 3 hub
Does not reliably charge an iPhone. Sometimes does, sometimes does not even if iPhone recognized as connected to my MacPro. Better Does not reliably charge an iPhone. Sometimes does, sometimes does not even if iPhone recognized as connected to my MacPro. Better to connect directly to the Mac. Only useful as a basic hub for non energy dependent devices. In that way, connecting to an outlet is useless. I won't return it since I connect usb keys and a flash card reader but if you intend to be able to reliably charge your phone, don't by this …
- Written by Andre R from St-Lambert
14 of 16 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Will this hub support my 2TB WD hard drive,mac book pro,numarkk dj controller and still give me a plug to connect to my audio mixer for sound input in
- Asked by Howard P from Seabrook
- Jun 23, 2014
will this hub support a usb superdrive plugged from my MAC air?
- Asked by Paul F from Oak Harbor
- Dec 30, 2013
No. This is not, however, a limitation of the hub. The superdrive itself does not support being co No. This is not, however, a limitation of the hub. The superdrive itself does not support being connected through *any* hub. It is designed to be plugged directly into the mac and only works that way. Several folks have given the hub bad reviews bc of this, but it has nothing to do with the hub and those reviews should be removed. …
- Answered by Sterling Q from Fredericksburg
- Jan 10, 2014
is this hub compatible to my NEW Mac Pro late 2013
- Asked by Doug W
- May 18, 2014
Does this hub support a bus-powered small 2 1/2" HD like the G-Tech slim or mobile?
- Asked by Dennis P from Palm Harbor
- Nov 25, 2013
Yes, I power a 2.5 inch bus-powered 7200rpm drive from it without problems.
- Answered by Frank K from Vancouver
- Jan 13, 2014
will this support an ipad air fast charge
- Asked by Bruce S from Warminster
- Jan 17, 2014
Will this hub chafe an iPad and communicate with it on all of the USB ports?
- Asked by Martin T from Eastsound
- Dec 9, 2013
I have the Belkin 4-Port USB 2.0 hub connected to my iMac 27". All works just fine with the iPhone I have the Belkin 4-Port USB 2.0 hub connected to my iMac 27". All works just fine with the iPhone and iPad. The only exception is that the powered portion of the hub will not charge the iPad. iPhone charges just fine. This is because the iPad requires a greater charge rate than what the wall-wart of the Belkin can provide.
Not a big deal for me as I recharge my i devices using their approriate chargers. The only time they are connected to the Belkin is to synce with iTunes
I would think that the 3.0 version would do better. …
- Answered by Chris L. D from Layton
- Feb 16, 2014