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CyberPower 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub with Rechargeable Battery Pack [New] - $3.99 + $5 shipping
1 * CyberPower CP-H420MP 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub with Rechargeable Battery Pack
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CyberPower 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub with Rechargeable Battery Pack
$3.99 + $5 Shipping
- 1 CyberPower CP-H420MP 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub with Rechargeable Battery Pack
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Can’t beat it for the price.
Sometimes, that $5 shipping is a bitch
So why would your USB hub need a battery?
selling for $46 on amazon… 3.99 doesn’t seem bad.
Yay, I got one…don’t feel so sad about the solar charger anymore…this is more practical anyways.
Was going to ask about the battery capacity, but it’s overrrr! WOOOOOT OOFFFFFFF
Amazon. Mediocre reviews, but it’s almost $50 bucks on there.
Glad I started my Gladiator Bluray. So far nothing has been worth purchasing for me.
take it with you, i would have used it to charge my phone while tethering to my laptop
OK, these are actually pretty freaking sweet, this will charge your usb devices without the computer being connected/on. It is like a backup power cell and usb hub in one! Im in for 3.
No total power rating? Watt?
Ohhh, i thought it was a portable battery-operated Powered USB hub.
I have one of these; it works with my Fujitsu U810 and an external USB slim CD/DVD-RW drive. That drive requires two USB plugs, so this is a decent way to get it to work with my little 1-USB system.
For those who don’t know, USB will supply up to 500mA of current to a standard port, but an unpowered USB four-port hub can only supply 100mA to each port. This device can draw the full current and redistribute it, even supply extra current on demand from the battery pack.
Honestly, though, I haven’t tried burning an entire DVD with this yet. Maybe I should benchmark it.
Anyone know how to put the batteries in this thing?