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D-Link DUB-H7 7-Port USB 2.0 External Hub

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  • Sleek, stylish design
  • Can work without external power or with the included power supply to provide power to connected USB devices
  • Fast-Charge mode to recharge mobile devices like an iPad quickly and effectively
  • Windows app available to synchronise and charge your iPad at the same time
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandD-Link
Item Weight522 g
Product Dimensions5.9 x 10 x 2.6 cm
Item model numberDUB-H7/B
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002AFZVM
Best Sellers Rank 867 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight522 g
Date First Available4 Sept. 2006
  
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Product Description

Product Description

D-Link DUB-H7/B - USB 2.0 7PORT HUB - 7X A-PORT/1X B-PORT CABLE

Manufacturer's Description

The D-Link DUB-H7 2.0 is a hi-speed USB 2.0 7-port hub that is backward compatible with USB 1.0 and 1.1. It provides an out of the box industry standard that allows connection of up to seven USB peripherals or devices to your USB ready PC or Mac. The D-Link DUB-H7 is targeted at PC and Mac users that are expanding the number of USB ports on their system. Designed to provide quick and easy access, the D-Link DUB-H7 provides seven type "A" downstream ports for connecting USB peripherals, devices, or other USB hubs. A single type "B" upstream port connects the DUB-H7 to the host computer or another USB hub, enabling up to 127 devices to be connected by cascading multiple hubs. Configured directly by the operating system, the D-Link DUB-H7 operates seamlessly with both Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh Operating Systems. As a standard USB hub, the D-Link DUB-H7 buffers USB data from any attached peripheral in compliance with USB specifications to provide an invisible extension of the USB bus. Supporting both low speed (1.5Mbps and 12Mbps) and hi-speed (480Mbps) devices, each port creates a bridge between the peripheral and host computer. Diagnostic LEDs provide port status for each port and power status.

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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

126 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Scary on 3 July 2006
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At last a hub that works. I've bought five hubs before, some from what appear to be major suppliers of hub's, cables and sundries and I've thrown every one away. This is the first one that has run my web-cam and every other thing I plug into it. It's also the first one to give me the connection speed that the makers claim. Buy one you won't be disappointed.
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95 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Al on 23 July 2007
I have a stack of USB devices (mainly panels for my flight simulator) and needed a neat solution to to move away from lots of trailing wires to my computer.
I considered the Belkin Hi-Speed USB 2.0 7 Port Hub as it initially had many favourable reviews. However recently it had got some negative reviews on Amazon. The D-Link had been reviewed in a PC magazine and got high marks.

The dimensions of the D-Link pleasantly surprised me; it's about the size of a chunky mobile phone. It's a powered USB 2.0 compatible hub and the status lights for each port are useful. Good news for me is that it worked straight out of the box with all seven ports used. Definately worth considering as an option. I'll be buying another one.
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147 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Andy on 31 May 2008
just plug it in and you are away.

notes
* you must separate your USB devices into fast and slow. In my case fast includes external hard drive and webcam. slow includes mouse and keyboard. Only plug fast or slow devices into your hub. if you mix them, your slow devices will slow down your fast ones.
* it requires its own mains socket for power. (well it would - you can't get power for all 7 devices down the single cable that comes from your computer).
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Colin TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Mar. 2008
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over the years I have bought many different types of hub, mini-hubs, powered hubs etc etc. This one is the best i have ever used. No bigger then it needs to be, and so far it has worked perfectly.
Only minor negative comment - which is true of most accessories - can't the AC adaptor be smaller? for a 500ma adaptor it seems huge. Nokia at least have started to make smaller adaptors/chargers for their phones. Would be nice to see other manufacturers follow suit. The adaptor is as big as the hub itself!!!

Do not be worried about the comment from a reviewer that if you plug a USB1.0 device it will slow all ports to USB1.0 speed, - That is a feature of USB and all hubs.
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94 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Isothio on 29 Nov. 2006
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Plugged in my DUB-H7 whilst the computer was on and it worked perfectly. Unfortunately I turned my computer off at the end of the day and found it would not reboot the next day unless I unplugged the Hub! After hanging on the phone (free phone I hope) to DLink support for over half an hour, all they could suggest was that my computers BIOS didn't like the hub. So I had to upgrade my BIOS to see if this fixed the problem. It worked, but anyone who's ever tried it - upgrading BIOS on slightly older machines can be very "exciting". This may be the case for all Hubs and not just the DLink units. It did work fine on my laptop with no problems - just a word of warning for people with older machines!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By f1087 on 3 April 2013
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This is the first time I have been unhappy with a D-Link product, and I've bought and used dozens of their devices both at home and at work.
This hub is not cheap, but I bought it on the strength of my previous - generally positive - experiences with D-Link products. However, like other reviewers on here, I have found this to be a flawed device, of questionable quality and value.
The hub does not always work as it should - the 2 powered ports in particular seem to work only when they feel like it - and it needs to be reset far too often.
Also one of the ports now has a broken middle and so is unusable - it wasn't abused or mishandled in any way, but simply snapped off when I tried to plug my phone charger into it.
Given the high cost of the hub, and generally good reputation of the maker, this isn't acceptable. D-Link need to sort themselves out.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Derek H. on 18 Jan. 2009
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I've been using one of these hubs for a number of months now and never had a problem. I run my printer, Smartphone Dock, external hard drive and webcam through it permanently. This leaves the USB ports on the computer available for ad hoc connections. It does exactly what it should - exactly what I bought it for.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ady P on 8 Oct. 2010
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Delivery;
Arrived promptly within a few days, package was easy to open and protective.

Reason for purchase;
I bought the hub so I could use the back 4 (now 3 since the hub uses one port) USB ports and the two front USB ports for other equipment. I chose this specific hub over others due to the design, and the high ratings.

Problems so far?;
The only two problems I have encountered so far are:
1. After putting the 4 USB devices in and installed, I put the 5th in and got a bluescreen.
2. I put a Wireless USB stick into one of the ports and every once in a while it stopped connecting*.
No other issues with the hub and it works flawlessly with whatever is plugged in.

Design;
It's smaller than I expected, though a lot of things look bigger in books/online. Suffice to say it's small, compact and does the job. It sits nicely next to my Desktop tower. Depending on what you use for your plug sockets you may have a few "quirks".
- If you have a wall-socket with a 2/3 socket plug, you'll have to use an alternative, as the long plug will stop you plugging it on the top, and will block any plug if used on the front.
- If you use an extension lead with multiple sockets you'll find the plug design to be no problem, even with a socket-plug (depending on if you have it hanging or on the floor).
The ports position make it easier to use any wide USB's without fear of 'conflict'. The green LED's are not overpoweringly bright, and only the power LED remains on when the computer is turned off.

Recommendations;
I would definitely recommend this product to other people who need an easy compact hub for additional ports. I have yet to contact support for any reason.
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