The headline says USB 3, but when U get 2 description only 1 port is USB 3_
**add 1 USB 3.0 port and 3 USB 2.0 ports
I see where you’re coming from with the product name, and while I don’t particularly like it, I would not actually change it… This is a hub which is connected as a USB 3 device to a host machine, and therefore it is a USB 3 hub, with multiple ports. They have never stated it has 4x USB 3 ports.
By the general nomenclature of devices that I have observed, the bus that drives the device is where the name derives, like a Thunderbolt 3 dock, or a USB-C hub, which utilize that connection between hub and host… Whatever is provided as downstream connectivity does not typically change that name; So the Thunderbolt dock that I just mentioned wouldn’t be called an HDMI dock just because one of the several ports is HDMI, nor would it be called an Ethernet, DisplayPort, or SPDIF dock. It would still be called by the Thunderbolt bus that it utilizes to connect to the host. Those other ports would be disclosed in the product description, and images, rather than a change to a product name/title.
Again, you’re right that the product title is odd, and perhaps misleading - But the description (and even the product images) are doing what they need to do, in disclosing that the hub only provides a single USB 3, and several USB 2 downstream ports. Great example of Caveat Emptor, and I wouldn’t buy this one anyway
Same hub is $4.49 on the mother ship (Amazon).
I’m seeing $5.07