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Please note that since the hub is not powered via an external adapter it draws all its power from the computer's USB port. Therefore the current cannot exceed 0.9 Amps among all the ports. To ensure a stable connection, we would suggest not using this hub with high power consumption devices such as large-capacity hard … see more Please note that since the hub is not powered via an external adapter it draws all its power from the computer's USB port. Therefore the current cannot exceed 0.9 Amps among all the ports. To ensure a stable connection, we would suggest not using this hub with high power consumption devices such as large-capacity hard drives. For a stable connection, avoid connecting devices that exceed a total of 900 mA. Devices are usually rated as follows:
Mouse 100 mA
USB Flash Drive 100 mA
Camera 300 mA
Keyboard 500 mA
External Hard Drive 900 mA see less
Please note that since the hub is not powered via an external adapter it draws all its power from the computer's USB port. Therefore the current cannot exceed 0.9 Amps among all the ports. To ensure a stable connection, we would suggest not using this hub with high power consumption devices such as large-capacity hard drives. For a stable connection, avoid connecting devices that exceed a total of 900 mA. Devices are usually rated as follows:
Mouse 100 mA
USB Flash Drive 100 mA
Camera 300 mA
Keyboard 500 mA
External Hard Drive 900 mA

Anker CED
· December 18, 2019
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Yes, this is backwards compatible, so 2.0 (or even the original USB 1.0/1.1 devices) will work at whatever speed they were designed for - so this won't "speed up" an old device.
charles
· July 8, 2020
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Yes.
RyuuOujiXS
· July 9, 2019
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Will this work for desktop PC cyberpower.
Tammy Lea
· December 27, 2019
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plug and play
Milos
· July 7, 2019
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This hub should work with on original ps4.
Anker
· July 18, 2019
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You can attach USB speakers, earbuds or a headset using this device, if you have a USB connection to your hearing aids it might work, check with your hearing aid maker.
James Johnson
· September 27, 2019
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No, since the iPad Pro 11 is with a USB C connection, this USB 3.0 Hub is with a USB A connection.
AnkerDirect
Seller · April 21, 2021
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No, this Anker 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub, Ultra-Slim Data USB Hub with 2 ft Extended Cable is not compatible with a 2018 Macbook Pro. We recommend Anker USB C Hub, Aluminum USB C Adapter with 4 USB 3.0 Ports (asin:B07DFYQXY7). But, the price is higher than Anker 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub.
AnkerDirect
Seller · June 23, 2020
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please know this USB 3.0 hub is for the data only, can only provide 0.9A in all for the four ports. So it is not able to charge other devices.
AnkerDirect
Seller · March 22, 2021