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Buffalo Intros BSH4U20U3 4-port USB 3.0 Hub

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Nov 28, 2012.

  1. btarunr

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    Buffalo Japan launched the BSH4U20U3 series USB 3.0 hubs. Available in white (BSH4U20U3WH) and black (BSH4U20U3BK), the hubs multiply an upstream USB 3.0 connection to four downstream ports, without needing an additional AC adapter as power source. The single upstream cable serves both as host connection and power source. Measuring 94 × 62 × 19 mm, it weighs about 94 g. Slated for early December, it is priced at 4,200¥ (US $51).

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    Fifty bucks for a hub? Groooooooooooooss, even if it is USB 3.0.
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    Wile E Power User

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    You can add controller cards for less than this.
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    evulmunk33 BitFenix Rep

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    50? you gotta be kidding me!

    well, if they would at least guarantee that it is really compatible with all usb3 and usb2 devices, i MIGHT consider it...

    ive gone through 3 usb3 hubs already and all of them had compatibility issues... every single one... :banghead:
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    Have an empty PCIe 1x slot?

    SEDNA - PCI Express USB 3.0 4 Port Adapter
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    evulmunk33 BitFenix Rep

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    do you use one?
    its compatible with everything you tried?

    thx! :)

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