7-Port USB 2.0 Powered Hub
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7-Port USB 2.0 Powered Hub

Part no. 23-107-035

USB 1.1/2.0 | 480Mbps Transfer Rate | Plug & Play | Add Seven USB Ports to Computer

(5 reviews)
Quantity Discount Pricing
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$23.68 $22.99 $22.30 $21.61 $20.92
Quantity Discount Pricing
1 - 2 3 - 5 6 - 7 8 - 9 10+
$23.68 $22.99 $22.30 $21.61 $20.92

7-Port USB 2.0 Powered Hub

The USB 2.0 7-port Hub allows you to add multiple high performance USB 2.0 peripheral devices to your PC. The USB 2.0 hub is fully compliant with the USB 1.1 specification. This convenient device allows you to connect up to a maximum of 127 USB devices to your PC through daisy chain.

  • USB 2.0 Specification Compliant
  • Compact 7-Port
  • Extension Hub For All USB Connections
  • Transfer Rate: Up To High-speed (480Mbps)
  • True Plug & Play
  • Link Up To 127 USB Devices
REVIEW SUMMARY for 7-Port USB 2.0 Powered Hub
3.8 (based on 5 reviews)
  • Quick shipping, nice product

    Reviewed by:

    From: Council Bluffs, Iowa, USA

    1/6/2017    #25461

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    This product is good quality, the order was shipped quickly and as ordered. Everything was handled very well by this company!
  • very happy

    Reviewed by:

    From: Massachusetts

    2/1/2016    #20653

    PROS: The product works really well; On time
    CONS: None specified
  • DB25 and DB9 serial to USB

    Reviewed by:

    From: Texas

    1/28/2015    #14716

    PROS: The product gets the job done; On time
    CONS: None specified
    Ordered the USB Serial DB25 Cable by mistake, meant to order the DB9 to USB cable instead, my mistake. Did not try to return the DB25 cable since it was due to my brain malfunction. The DB9 cable came and all was good till I tried to install the driver; bad CD, could not even read what was on the CD. Good thing I had the CD for the DB25 adapter, same drivers, the CD with the DB25 adapter installed fine, no problems with the CD. Appears they need to double check the cd for issues before they ship. Otherwise, good product.
  • over the phone order for cable

    Reviewed by:


    7/14/2014    #6640

    PROS: Very responsive
    CONS: None specified
    I received the order promptly; but the cables should have male screws to tighten to the printer. I spoke with Salesman and the correct cables will be sent asap.
  • USB adapter

    Reviewed by:

    From: Massachusetts

    12/23/2013    #6649

    PROS: can use my wireless mouse and keyboard
    CONS: none
    Went to Staples, the price they wanted for the adapter was way to much. Great price! Great service! Thank You
  • Good experience with One Issue

    Reviewed by:

    From: Durham, NC

    5/30/2013    #6658

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    All in all, a very efficient and pleasant purchase experience. I was suprised to see that the cables were 12in instead of 6in as advertised online. For a group that otherwise seems to be firing on all cylinders this was an odd error.
  • i would not buy again

    Reviewed by:

    From: oklahoma

    5/4/2013    #6676

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    I cannot get these cables to talk with each other.
  • Just what we needed.

    Reviewed by:

    From: Wilmington, NC

    11/8/2012    #6667

    PROS: None specified
    CONS: None specified
    We used to take a Docking station to every location inorder to access our switch, now we can just plug it directly into our laptop

Q: What’s the difference between the different USB versions?

  • USB 1.1
    • Released in 1998
    • Specifies max data rates of 12 Mbit/s (Full Speed)
    • Mostly used on devices such as keyboards, mice, joysticks, printers, scanners.
    • Still used by some devices that don't need faster data transfer rates.
  • USB 2.0
    • Released in 2000
    • Specifies max data rates of 480 Mbit/s (Hi-Speed)
    • Compatible with USB 1.1, but some hardware designed for USB 2.0 may not work with USB 1.1 host controllers.
  • USB 3.0
    • Released in 2008
    • Specifies max data rates of 5 Gbit/s (SuperSpeed)
    • A January 2013 press release from the USB group reveals plans to update USB 3.0 to 10 Gbit/s to put it on par with Thunderbolt by mid-2013.

Q: What is "hot-swapping?"

A: One of the best features of USB is that it is hot swappable. This means you can walk up to a computer, plug in a new device using USB, and use it right away. Most connectors on computers can only be plugged in when the computer is off. This prevents electrical shorts or glitches that can cause damage. USB doesn't have this limitation.

Q: What is "plug and play?"

A: Plug and play refers to the ability to use a new peripheral without going through an elaborate configuration process. USB is well suited for plug and play operation. No jumpers need be set or ID's selected. There are no interrupt conflicts or other messy configuration issues involved in using USB devices.

Q: What’s the difference between powered and non-powered hubs.

A: One feature of USB is that the cables distribute power as well as data. This means that devices that use modest amounts of power don't need separate power supplies.

Still, the amount of power distributed over USB is limited. An unpowered (or self-powered) hub uses some of the power coming to it for its own operation, and passes the remainder along to devices plugged into it. This is OK for small hubs with low power devices plugged into it. A good example is this is a keyboard with a powered hub built-in. This has plenty of power for plugging in a mouse or track pad.

Powered hubs have their own power supplies and can supply full power to all the devices that can physically plugged into them. Of course, you do have an extra wire and power block plugged into the wall.

Some hubs can operate either way. If they don't have their power supply plugged-in, they operate as an unpowered hub - with a limited ability to power additional USB devices. When you plug-in their power supplied, they function as powered hubs.

Q: How do I daisy chain my USB devices?

A: If you have a single USB port on your computer and need to use three USB devices, you need to first plug a hub into the computer. The hub will then have four, or seven (or however many) ports available for you to plug in additional devices.

Hubs can be daisy chained, to provide even more USB ports.


  • Windows 98SE and later
  • Mac OS 8.6 and later versions


  • 1 USB 2.0 Desktop 7 Port Hub
  • 1 USB 2.0 Cable
  • 1 Power Adapter
USB Connector Guide
Connector Type
Common Use
USB 2.0 A Male
USB A Male
Commonly plugged into the USB port on a computer
USB 2.0 A Female
USB A Female
Commonly used for extending the length of an existing USB cable. USB A Male is able to plug into this connector
USB 2.0 B Male
USB B Male
Commonly used on a printer, external hard drive and other USB Devices
USB 2.0 Micro Male
USB Micro Male
Commonly used on new smartphones and other USB devices
USB 2.0 Mini Male
USB Mini Male
Commonly used on cell phones, digital cameras and GPS devices
USB 2.0 Mini Female
USB Mini Female
Commonly used to extend the length of an existing USB mini cable
USB 3.0 A Male
USB 3 A MAle
Commonly used on USB 3.0 devices
USB 3.0 B Male
USB 3 B Male
Commonly used on USB 3.0 printers and other USB devices
USB 3.0 Micro
USB 3 Micro Male
Commonly used on USB 3.0 hubs and other devices

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