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    Monoprice 4-Port USB 3.0 HUB w/ AC Adapter - 5V/3.8A
    Product # 9955
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    How long is the USB cable?
    Benjamin R on Dec 12, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: about 4 inches, probably a good idea to use an extender cable if you have a desktop. 4 inches is ok for laptop if you have desk space to put it next to the laptop
    Do you need the power supply for just a keyboard and mouse?
    Christopher F on Aug 2, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, you can skip the external power supply and connect directly to a computer USB port if you are just using the hub with a mouse, keyboard, and most other low power peripherals. The external power supply is useful when using devices that draw more power, like external hard drives for example. Thanks for checking.
    3.1 / 5.0
    38 Reviews
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    Yup, It's a USB 3.0 Hub
    It's quite hard for me to get wildly worked up about this hub. I mean, It's a USB 3.0 Hub.

    It has power. It has a nice long cable for plugging it into your machine and putting this on your desk. It works every time. Basically the review to me on this would either be a 1 or a 10. It does exactly what it's advertised to do, and it does it for a lot less than every other one I saw out there. I'm happy.

    PROS: It's a USB 3.0 hub with power.

    It does the hub thing really well

    CONS: It doesn't plug itself in.
    October 1, 2014
    Great price, good hub.
    Good little USB hub. Nice that it includes the power adapter and USB 3.0 cable as well.
    I found the USB 3.0 cable too short, another foot on it would be great.

    I have had occasional drops with this unit, but they appear to have been related to initial setup.

    This is based on the Via Labs 812 chipset, rather than the more common 810, or 811 chipset. This could potentially be an issue in terms of post sale service, and firmware updates as I do not believe Monoprice is the actual manufacturer of this unit. With the D-Link USB hub I have (810 based), I can use the 810 firmware from a different brand of USB hub though as D-Link stopped supporting it.

    PROS: Price
    Speed (more than 200MB/s over USB 3.0 to a 2-HDD RAID-0).
    Power ( More than enough power to charge an iPhone and iPad)

    CONS: Occasional drop outs.
    USB cable may be too short.
    February 5, 2013
    As a note to the reviewer from Corvallis, OR on this note:
    "Cons: proprietary USB-3 cord with plug - can't be reused for other products."
    FYI, That's a USB 3.0 micro cable that came with it. It is not proprietary. It is a standardized cable, and is used on such devices like the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Note 4.

    PROS: Looks nice, comes with Micro USB3.0 cable for data transfer/charging supported devices.
    January 5, 2015
    Couldn't get working with Raspberry Pi.
    I saw the 7 port USB hub that was compatible with Raspberry Pi, but I didn't need as many ports. So I ended up buying this four port USB adapter. I tried tinkering around with it, and couldn't get it to work. The Raspberry Pi is able to run off the hub, but is unable to recognize the USB Mouse, Keyboard, or any other device. I have also tried powering the Raspberry Pi unit separately with still no luck. If anyone was able to get this device working with Pi, it would be great to see how you got it working, as this is a perfect sized/styled unit.

    PROS: Nice USB hub if you want to use with Windows 7. Nice looking design, and good quality.

    CONS: Couldn't get working with Raspberry Pi.
    April 28, 2013
    lasted one year
    The hub had only one drive connected to it behind another hub. Everything on the other hub worked fine but this one kept dropping and losing my drive with three partitions. I plugged the drive into another hub and it worked just fine didn't lose the connection once. So take your chances. Mine lasted one year. I have two others of different brands and they work just fine.

    Although most stuff from Monoprice has been good to me this is the exception.

    PROS: works

    CONS: stops working
    November 18, 2014
    Good USB 3.0 Hub
    Bought this with skepticism after buying a dud from eBay. This turned out to be much better and totally reliable so far. I keep two USB 3.0 external HDs (WD) and a Kingston USB 3.0 card reader and has worked flawlessly at amazing speed. I'm happy to learn about monoprice from a co-worker.

    PROS: Works well with my late 2012 iMac.

    CONS: None so far.
    April 24, 2013
    4-Port USB 3.0 HUB w/ AC Adapter - 5V/3.8A
    works great. needed,it quickly and as usual monoprice came through and hooked me up

    PROS: Plug n Play. works great. cost effective

    CONS: not free
    December 1, 2015
    Excellent POWERED USB 3.0 Hub
    This one was a little more expensive than some items listed on eBay. I bought it because I needed an externally powered hub and so many sellers have "USB powered" hubs (instead of a powered USB hub, which supplies its own via an adapter).

    This hub works great. Its durable too, as while I was unpacking I dropped it about 5' onto concrete and it only suffered some minor cosmetic damage.
    December 13, 2016
    over 2 years ago
    Great Hub
    Great hub. Worked as advertized. Did not have any problems.

    PROS: Easy hook up.
    October 26, 2014
    Not Recommended
    Failed after the first year. Had to throw it away as no warranty replacement was available.
    March 10, 2016