Inateck 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub – Review

Inateck 4 Port USB 3.0 Hub   ReviewGood Points:

  • Well made and lightweight.
  • Ability to transfer data and charge devices.
  • Solves the issue of of small number of USB inputs in your laptop.
  • Plug and play no drivers needed.

Bad Points:


  • Not a powered hub.
  • Short cable to plug into computer.

Design:

Made out of high gloss white plastic, this hub sits nicely on your desk. It also incorporates a stand for your tablet or smartphone, which is achieved by using the curved design of the hub. 
Inateck 4 Port USB 3.0 Hub   Review

The hub is very small. It has 4 USB 3.0 ports on the top and rubber mounts on the bottom, meaning it won’t slip or slide around in use. The cable to plug into your computer is not removable and it is quite short, although it is thick and it does feel high quality.

In Use:

I connected the hub to my PC and instantly gained 4 more USB 3.0 ports, I was able to connect USB drives and peripherals and even charge my phone. This was without the need to crawl under the desk to get to the back of the PC. Now it was all there on my desk within easy reach.

To be honest there’s really not a great deal extra you can say about a product of this nature. It’s portable, provides the full amount of power to each port and was a simple plug-n-play setup. The design is very nice and it’s simple to operate.

The hub is currently on sale from Amazon for £12:99

Good Points: Well made and lightweight. Ability to transfer data and charge devices. Solves the issue of of small number of USB inputs in your laptop. Plug and play no drivers needed. Bad Points: Not a powered hub. Short cable to plug into computer. Design: Made out of high gloss white plastic, this hub sits nicely on your desk. It also incorporates a stand for your tablet or smartphone, which is achieved by using the curved design of the hub.  The hub is very small. It has 4 USB 3.0 ports on the top and rubber mounts on the bottom, meaning it won't slip or slide around in use. The cable to plug into your computer is not removable and it is quite short, although it is thick and it does feel high quality. In Use: I connected the hub to my PC and instantly gained 4 more USB 3.0 ports, I was able to connect USB drives and peripherals and even charge my phone. This was without the need to crawl under the desk to get to the back of the PC. Now it was all there on my desk within easy reach. To be honest there's really not a great deal extra you can say about a product of this nature. It's portable, provides the full amount of power to each port and was a simple plug-n-play setup. The design is very nice and it's simple to operate. The hub is currently on sale from Amazon for £12:99

Inateck 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub with Stand Function for smartphone/tablet

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