Security Camera Reviews

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1/16/2014

The idea is great. A compact port to handle all those extras for the computer, but the hub worked for less than a month. I still have the light, but dumped the hub. Don't waste your hard earned money....

Finally found USB hub that doesn't slide around once other things are plugged. Came with this cool light that I haven't found much use for yet, but it's still cool....

To the point: It says what it does and does what it says. Something nice for a product these days. The port on the top is especially useful and the hub is quite stable. It came with a power adaptor but I decided to try it without plugging it in. It seems to work perfectly fine unplugged from a power source. Also came with a light that plugs into one of the USB ports. I have it plugged in but I am not sure why since it isn't bright enough to provide more than a candle's worth of light. Still, i...

I have 1 for my office and 1 for my house- they both work great. I bought them in 2005. No problems. The weighty feel helps them stay put when I am plugging/unplugging devices or cables.

Great hub for me in my experience. The light is ok, too....

This is exactly what I was looking for. It has 7 ports and its heavy enough that it doesn't move around the desk when you move a wire. I have no complaints about this hub....

While it's ok to power devices that need very little power (like a mouse's receiver) or devices that have their own external power, it's awful for powering devices that need bus power. I had connected several small devices to it like my mouse's receiver, USB TV tuner, dvd writer and 2 external hdd that need bus power. My iomega hdd started making clicking noises every now and then and due to iomega's infamous "click of death" reputation, I started fearing the drive was going to die soon. However...

It stopped working after 1 year of use. It just turned off one day and had no power. Other than that I liked it....

This is a great product. The shipping by the seller was really fast. The hub is sturdy and stays put on the desk. Well designed. Would definitely buy this again....

I got my usb hub from freecycle (freecycle.org) so it didn't cost me anything and I didn't have any documentation or power supply. When it
wouldn't power my external harddrive I came here and read all the reviews to find out what external power supply and polarity was required. I found nothing but several others with the same issue. Even the website is sadly lacking in this regard.

I will add it did power my external harddrive for awhile then stopped.
I determined with a vo...

This kensington usb hub is one of the best I've ever used. It's so useful and practical because its wieghted and doesnt move when you plug usbs on it. It's simple and sleek, you should definately invest in this convenience....

Nice unit, heavy weight and lots of room for your devices. The flylight is "fly"!...

Ingenious design, doesn't slide around and a flexible light for seeing in the dark, this is a must have for laptop owners....

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Because of the weighted base, it stays put (unlike most USB hubs). The quirky space alien craft look and silver finish fit right into my Mac office. Very nice....

The hub takes little disk space but has room for all my USB components, including a handy top port that works great for the transmitter for my wireless keyboard and mouse, eliminating the need for the wired extension that came with them. The weighted base and rubber feet hold the dome in place, unlike the old one that was always sliding off the computer and around the desk. Plus, the 2.0 is significantly faster than the old-style USB I had....

Darn good stuff, this is: a high-speed USB 2 hub with 7 ports.

The cool little LED fly light, and a USB extension cable just add to the value of this hub. The hub itself is fairly heavy, a bonus when you have a half-dozen USB cable gadgets hanging off of it. My previous hub, a small cigaret-pack size, was always sliding around on the desktop.... sometimes it ended up hanging halfway to the floor. With the Kensington, that's a thing of the past.

I also like the LED light.....

They claim the light is included free with the hub when they should have edvertised that you pay $35 for the light and get the broken hub free. Item DOA. Unable to return it now as it got buried in a pile on my table when I received it and I ended up opening it (to find that it never worked in the first place) beyond the return time. I paid a third of the price for a smaller hub from Belkin that I have been thrilled with. More expensive and bigger does not always mean better. Be careful for lem...

Weighted hub, never moves. Easy to plug into to, looks great on a desk. If you need a hub, this is the one to get....

On the positive side this thing is weighted so it does not slide around on one's desk everytime one moves something plugged into it. In addition it has a fairly long USB cable to plug into computer and an adequate one (about 4 feet) to plug into extension cord.

On the negative side, the USB plugs are too bunched together and make more difficult than it should be to unplug and plug in devices when there are already many plugged in. In addition, the plugs are in the BACK of the unit in...

It works. It is so nice to have a computer product that you just take out of the box, attach it and it works. ...

I love this USB hub for a number of reasons. The ports are spaced apart well, it's weighted so it doesn't get tipped over or moved around by the USB cables, the LEDs help you know when you've got a good connection, and the convenient port on the top is perfect. However, my favorite feature is that all of the USB ports are fully powered. This means I can put my iPhone, iPod, cell phone, USB mouse--everything--into this hub, and it just works! You'd be surprised how hard it is to find this on othe...

Upgrading my desktop computer a year ago, also meant upgrading my usb hub to one that is 2.0 compatible. Most USB hubs are about as attractive as the average power strip. I liked the silver color of this Kensington hub, it matches my aluminum iMac, has the footprint of an average beverage coaster. The added weight, keeps it where I want it, instead of where the various cables decide. I also like the hub on top. It's the perfect place to for a flash drive or USB game controller. I agree with othe...