Belkins never worked for me. I don't like that brand at all. Even a 2.99 Vakoss worked better with my GPS on resume (XP) than the Belkin.
I had problems with hooking bandwidth intensive stuff with the Belkin, like GPS, WebCAm and thumbdrive. Now I'm using two of these logitechs in one car, simply because they're much better build than the Vakoss (which I still use in the other, but in a place that's easy to swap). What I like about the Logitech ones is that they're so reliable with hybrid sleep, hibernation, resume, picky/high bandfwidth devices/MB etc. They don't come with AC adapter though (so you have to find a small plug to hook it up to power).
However, since I'm not installing a tablet, I need a usb hub to be able to charge my iPhone (and/or my Bluetooth GPS) even with the computer off/undocked. Both logitechs and Vakoss cut the power to the devices when the computer is off/when they're not connected, but I've heard the Dlinks keeps them on (if plugged, of course) and that it works well (but they're big). I've never used them though, but at that price above, I'm probably going to buy it. Oh and I think the Dlink has the connector you need.
Hope this helps.