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Motor
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Join Date: Feb 2006
 
2007-10-21, 20:33

I have several USB devices that I need to connect to my MacBook on a regular basis. I'd like to get a USB hub so that I have a single USB connection to the computer instead of always plugging in and unplugging devices. If any of you have had good experience with particular hubs, please let me know. Thanks!

I have the following USB devices:
Keyboard and Mouse (USB 1.1)
2 External Hard Drives (USB 2.0)
Printer (USB 2.0)
iPod Shuffle Dock (USB 2.0)
Digital Camera (USB 2.0)
USB Jump Drive (USB 2.0)
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torifile
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2007-10-21, 20:36

I've got a Kensington 7 port hub that I've had no trouble with. It works just fine, is USB 2 and powered. It's weighted so it doesn't move around much, so that's nice.

The only thing is that the dome shape makes it a bit hard to plug things into but since I don't do it often it's not a problem.

Oh, and it's relatively cheap, too.
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Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Tidewater Virginia
 
2007-10-22, 11:49

I use two Belkin 7 Port hubs and love them.
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