Macally 9-Port USB-A / USB-C Hub & Chargersearch

Macally 9-Port USB-A / USB-C Hub & Charger

Macally 9-Port USB-A / USB-C Hub & Charger

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Make a thunderbolt version and I'm in.
It's nice, but I think the price is a bit high for what you are getting. If it was $29.99 I can justify purchasing it, but there are other hubs out there on Amazon that are far cheaper for what you are getting.
I don't understand why it's not entirely USB-3. I've owned cheaper USB-3 hubs, namely from Anker, with more ports than this. It's not like USB-3 isn't USB-2 compatible.
donatj
I had the exact same opinion but some audio equipments require USB-2. A gear I have plays up when you plug it in USB-3. Of course I learnt the hard way.
if this was 2 USB 2.0 ports and 4 USB 3.0 (type A) ports, I could see my way to buying this just for convenience. However I only have two mere USB 2.0 devices. My UHS II USB 3.0 reader would seem that it would be happy with a USB 2.0 port. But given overhead and signaling differences, it really needs 3.0 to get all those large video files off in a reasonable time. Likewise my two NVME SSDs will top out on a USB 2.0 connection at a third of the potential speed. Actually for the newer one make that a quarter. This is worth $25 tops.
Same price as Amazon and here in two days. What gives?
I wish that once, one of these good looking hubs would have the power and USB connection coming out of the BACK of the hub.
don't know how usb 2.0 with speed of "whopping" 60 megabytes per second can support "less demanding devices like SSD drives" with "only" 500 megabytes per second (below average) read and write speed.
Ill buy it when all the ports are usb3!!
This would be far more interesting if it supported Qualcomm QC, and was all USB 3.0. Try again.
Can this charge the computer?
For that price, every single USB port should be 3.0.
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Because usb2 is perfect for " less demanding devices like SSD drives" 😂 gotta love bullshit MD is feeding clueless members 🙄
Some devices aren't compatible with USB 3.0 and only with USB 2.0, like some audio equipment. This is especially apparent in most USB Blue microphones. They'll have driver crashes if they're not plugged into a USB 2.0 port.
Thanks, I almost just bought this...
Amazon has same price, with Prime shipping.