Atolla 7-Port USB 3.0 Hub (CH-207U3)

Atolla 7-Port USB 3.0 Hub (CH-207U3)

For times where you just don't have enough USB ports available, the Atolla 7-port USB 3.0 comes to the rescue.

The Atolla CH-207U3 USB 3.0 hub gives you 7 more external USB 3.0 ports to use as you wish. Each port supports transfer speeds of up to 5GBps, as well as a charging current up to 1.5A, which is good for a majority of mobile devices. One of the seven ports features fast-charging of up to 2.4A for when you need that extra oomph in energy.

The CH-207U3 USB splitter is the ultimate solution for all of your connectivity needs. From mobile phones and tablets to mice, keyboards, and printers, as well as flash drives and external hard drives, you can plug all of those devices into the CH-207U3 without any worry.

The Atolla 7-port USB 3.0 hub comes with individual on-off switches for each of the seven USB ports. This means that you don't have to go through the trouble of having to unplug any device you're no longer using or charging. You can simply just press the button, and your device will stop charging.

The CH-207U3 is also durable, with an ABS plastic housing, as well as a strong thick cord that stretches up to 65 cm. More importantly, there's enough room in between the ports so don't have to forcibly squeeze in larger USB devices.

The CH-207U3 is completely plug-and-play. Just plug it in and you can use it without any hassle. It also supports plug-and-play and hot-swap and can also be used for gaming consoles, such as the Nintendo Switch, Sony PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, among others.


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