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    Default Satechi 10-Port USB hub

    While most motherboard manufacturers limit us to six USB 3.0 ports including header ports, Satechi understands that USB 3.0 technology is beginning to take over. We would like to introduce the Satechi 10-port USB 3.0 hub. The 10-port hub includes nine data ports and one port dedicated for device charging. Will this 10-port hub hold up to our high standards? Read on to find out.

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    Wonder if I can hook this up to my PS3 so I can charge all my controllers, headset, PS Move controllers, use the camera and external drive at once. Joe go try it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Wonder if I can hook this up to my PS3 so I can charge all my controllers, headset, PS Move controllers, use the camera and external drive at once. Joe go try it!
    Send me the PS3 and I'll do further testing

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    Default Re: Satechi 10-Port USB hub

    Great review Joe It's a really nice device however in my case it would be over kill since i don't have enough devices to utilize all the usb 2 and 3 ports on my motherboard as it is LoL anyways thanks for posting
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    Default Re: Satechi 10-Port USB hub

    Quote Originally Posted by xelosia View Post
    Great review Joe It's a really nice device however in my it would be over kill since i don't have enough devices to utilize all the usb 2 and 3 ports on my motherboard as it is LoL anyways thanks for posting
    I wish I could say the same, between the tablets, camera and USB drives, I'm a few short with the onboard ports including headers. The extra 10 ports is even a bit overkill for me though but wouldn't complain about it lol

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    Default Re: Satechi 10-Port USB hub

    This would prob come in handy if your restricted to a laptop or something, like in my case, i dont have enough ports to hook up all my USB devices all at the same time, have to keep unplugging stuff to use whatever i need. Considering i'm already using a 4port 3.0 Hub.

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    nice review Joe. it's an interesting piece of hardware.
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