Four-Port USB Hub or Universal Card Reader
These handy adapters make each USB port more useful. The four-port hub turns a single port into four so more USB devices—such as keyboards, cameras, and mice—can connect. It’s also self-powered, so it can fuel devices that suck up a lot of energy, such as external hard drives and children. The universal card reader has six slots that each read different types of cards. Because it can read nearly any card, you don’t need to keep a bunch of separate adapters on hand.
Four-Port USB Hub
- Product number: ARG-UB-0088
- Four USB 2.0 ports
- Connect multiple USB devices at once
- Self-powered for powering external USB devices
- Compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1
- System compatibility: Windows 98/2000/ME/XP/Vista/7
- LED power indicator
- 27.56” cable
- Condition: new
Universal Card Reader
- Product number: ARG-CR-0088
- Compatible with USB 2.0 or 1.1
- Speeds up to 480Mbps
- Draws power via USB
- LED indicator
- System compatibility: Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista/7, Mac OS 9.2 or above, or Linux 2.4
- Condition: new
- Supported card types:
- Slot 1: CF
- Slot 2:SD/SDHC/MMC/MMC4.0/RS-MMC/MMC PLUS/MMC Mobile/MMC Micro and mini SD (both with card adaptor)
- Slot 3: MS/MS Pro/MS Duo/MS Pro Duo
- Slot 4: XD
- Slot 5: Micro SD (T-Flash)
- Slot 6: M2
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