Provided by D-Link
DUB-H7 7-Port USB 2.0 Hub
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  • INSTANTLY ADD MORE USB 2.0 PORTS TO YOUR COMPUTER

    Out of USB ports? Want seven more? Your'e in luck. With the D-Link® 7-Port USB 2.0 Hub (DUB-H7), you can instantly add more USB 2.0 ports to your computer. It allows you to connect up to seven USB peripherals – such as digital cameras, printers, external hard drives, mice, keyboards, flash drives, and tablets – to your laptop or desktop. The DUB-H7 is fully compliant to USB 2.0 specifications with data transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps1 . It is an ideal solution for transferring data between your computer and USB devices.
  • NOT JUST A USB HUB, ALSO A USB CHARGER

    The DUB-H7 features two USB fast charging ports that provide high power (1.2 A per port) under Fast-Charge Mode2 . Taking up only one AC outlet, it gives you the ability to simultaneously fast charge two power hungry devices including iPad®, iPhone®, tablets, smart phones, and MP3 players. 

  • PLUG-N-PLAY AND BACKWARD COMPATIBLE

    Just connect the DUB-H7 to a power outlet and a USB port on your computer; it’s that simple to add 7 USB 2.0 ports to your computer. The DUB-H7 is also backward compatible with USB 1.13 , ensuring connectivity between your computer and legacy USB devices. If you need more ports, you can connect additional USB hubs to support up to 127 devices.
  • TAKE IT WITH YOU ANYWHERE

    The slim and compact design makes it easy to fit in a laptop bag and carry it with you, wherever you go. Experience the convenience and reliability with the D-Link 7-Port Hi-Speed USB Hub while on the go.
  1. 1 For comparison purposes only. Maximum transfer rate based on USB 2.0 specifications. Actual data throughput will vary.
  2. 2 Fast Charge function supports on H/W Rev. B or later. Enter the Fast-Charge Mode by disconnecting the DUB-H7 from your computer, or by powering off your computer. It is recommended that the total power consumption of the connected USB devices should not exceed 2.4 A, or 12 W.
  3. 3 Using a USB 1.1 port will affect device performance.
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