A4Tech HUB-56-3 Silver

USB Hub

 480.00


Compatibility Windows 98, 98SE, 2000, ME,XP, WIN2003, 9.0X, Vista and MAC; Available USB Port.
Ports 4 ports USB HUB
Cord Length NA
Transfer Rate NA
Dimension 1.89L x 1.89W x 0.59H in.
Others Features: Perfect for quick connection of flash storage devices, digital camera, MP3 player, USB mouse and more; The USB cable can be easily unplugged, making travel easier and allows to use it with other USB devices; Notice: If connected USB devices require more than 500mA power supplies, apply a adapter(Output:+5.0V–2.0A) to the hub so as to acquire extra power supplies from AC outlet.

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