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  • Best Bet USB Hubs Powered and Non Powered

    Ok so for most of us the USB hub is the lifeblood of the system.
    positively afecting our systems and negatively. Theres nothing more annoying than pulling over to toy with a hub and disconnect and reconnect devices.
    Especially keyboards, touchscreens, and GPS.
    Was hoping people could share what model USB hub powered or unpowered they are using and whether its a good or bad hub.

    MAINLY however if you have a hub with little to no problems if you could post the "best bets" along with whether or not that particular model is powered or non powered.
    Many models as well run rather hot. you might want to include some info on that as well

    So lets post usb hubs to avoid and usb hub "best bets"
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    [(o)______(o)]b VanPimpin'

    LostReceptions Apps D/L Here

    GPSGasoline- Rewriting

    Draw- SkribblePad for Touchscreens

    iGQwerty-iG3.0 Qwerty Keyboard

    CarPCNetwork

  • #2
    I have a Powered 7 port powered D-Link hub. Works like a champ.
    Computer:
    COMPLETE SYSTEM OVERHAUL!!!!!!
    STAY TUNED IN THE UPCOMING WEEKS!

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    • #3
      I have a Belkin 4 port (power/no power) running nonpower where my Screen, dvd,Bluethoot and Keyboard are connected. Never had any problems. The only bad side, it's USB 1.1
      "There aint no Nation like Brunation"

      Carputer Project: 80%
      VIA M10000 w/ 1gb Ram
      200gb 3.5 HD
      Opus 150w
      XP w/ Frodoplayer
      more to come...

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      • #4
        I have a no name USB2 powered hub I bought from Frys for 10 bucks
        Works just fine
        2004 G35 Coupe project

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