• Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)
  • Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)
  • Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)
  • Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)
  • Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)
Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)
Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)
Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)
Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)
Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)

Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black)

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  • Ports Availability : Four
  • Easy to Connect
  • Compatible with most Operating Systems
  • Good Transfer Speed
  • Activation buttons on the hub that need to be pressed to make it function

Customer Reviews

Works Quite Well Three stars isn't bad. Because this isn't a bad product. I use it to connect my wireless mouse, to connect my external hard drive, and to charge my headphone amplifier. I thought the switches were trivial at first, but I've actually come to see them as a useful feature; for example, if I don't want my computer automatically backing up, I can leave the external hard drive switch off. Then, when I want it to back up, I just turn the switch on.In the year or so that I've owned this, I have had no issues whatsoever regarding performance; transfer speeds are great, and connectivity is trustworthy. I don't understand why there are so many horror story reviews about this hub melting or not working out of the box. Perhaps these just aren't very consistent in build quality. From my experience, I would recommend this as a nice budget USB hub. However, I kind of regret not buying the Sabrent hub Sabrent 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub with Individual Power Switches and LEDs (HB-UMLS) as it looks like a bit better build quality.The bad? I really despise the short cable. It won't even sit down flat on my desk. But this is easily solved with a USB expansion cable, or by simply buying a USB hub with a longer cable. 3an awesome product at an awesome price! I was skeptical about how good this product was going to be when I ordered it since it was from a fairly off-brand company and the price seemed too good to be true but man was I wrong.first off the build, this thing is solidly made, the casing is made of that really sturdy plastic that has an almost metallic feel which gives it a really solid (and if this makes any sense an expensive feel as well) it's much smaller than I thought it would be, it's about the length of my pointer finger and slightly wider, and the usb cable is only 5 inches which in my case isn't a big deal since everything else is in close proximity but if you plan to hook it up to the back of a desktop it would be wise to get a usb extension cable.one of the more interesting features is that there are physical switches on the unit to turn on/off the usbs which is great if you have external hard drives (or in my case an external DVD drive) and each usb also has a green LED to indicate it is turned on (along with a red one on the end of the unit that signifies that the unit itself is powered up)all in all this is a steal, at $5.00 this is the best usb 2.0 hub you could buy! (heck it's probably a top contender with ones upwards of 15-20 bucks!) if I ever need more usbs I might even pick a few more up! 5Didn't work with my USB repeater; now my traveling netbook hub I originally purchased this for use with a TrippLite USB extension/repeater cable. While the hub was recognized, any connected device errors out during install. Others seem to have used this combination just fine, but I had no luck.Fortunately the hub works just fine in its intended role, and since it's compact I carry it with my netbook when I travel. Its small size and sleek, unobtrusive design also makes it a perfect match for my PS3, and I use it to charge multiple controllers at once.A note on construction, however. Each port has an individual power switch which can deactivate said port. This seems needless to me - why not just unplug your device instead of switching its port off? At least the switches seem secure enough, and I just leave them "ON" all the time, as most sliders of this type tend to break off with use.Despite this, it's a compact, inexpensive USB 2.0 hub, and travels well. 4These are the best or their kind currently available Whenever I need a usb hub for anything I always buy this exact model. I've been using these for years. I've used a lot of these and I have only ever seen one go out (after like two years of use). It doesn't require an external power supply to function either.I've never had any problems with it's speed even though it's USB 2.0.It works with Windows, Linux and OSX and it would probably work with other Oses since it's such a standard thing.You can plug phones, external hard drives, flash drives, USB refrigerators, more usb hubs or really anything just remotely compatible with usb into it. I've taken these apart for use in custom tablets before by soldering them to the motherboard. At one point I was even using one to power components in an unmanned airplane.As far as usb 2.0 hubs go, this is the best. It's also more reliable than any usb 3.0 hub.If they would just make a usb 3.0 version of this that's the same size, that would be great. 5Nice hub This hub is small; making it portable when you're on the go. I've had this hub for about two weeks and it's working just fine. I like the personal on and off switch for every USB; it's a cool and useful feature. I bought mine from amazon prime so I suggest others buy from there too if you don't want to get a crappy one that others have been getting. The USB plugs holes are actually really tight. I really had to push the USB plug in and the plugs will fit 3/4 of the way so don't be alarmed when the USB plug doesn't fit all the way in. The wire comes bent just like in the picture so it was a bit awkward because the hub was in the air because the wire was oddly bent. Too add the awkwardness I'm using a macbook pro so the USB is on the left side rather than on the right side of the laptop so the hub was all over the place in the first week. I put my hairbrush on the wire to flatten in and it seems to have calmed down a bit. But overall it's a nice little hub and gets the job done. 5A good product but too short of a cable My front USB jack went out on my custom PC. I didn't want to figure it out so I routed the Connectland CL-u2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports Mini Hub from one of the back USB jacks of the PC tower. I had to buy a USB to USB converter and then duct-taped this device to the front of the computer. Works nearly as good as new.The only problem is that this device cannot handle a large external hard drive (mine is 300GB). It will make a beeping sound and then keep trying to read the drive and shut it off. Another problem is that the cable was too short for my purpose so I had to buy a separate cable. It would be nice if these cables were made to be about a foot and a half and then the have a retractable cable or some sort of fastener to reduce the size.There is a feature where you can turn off the USB slots independently. This is a useless feature in my opinion and is even counter-productive: if you have one of the slots off and are not aware, you won't know why your device is not working until you look at the device (the light is suppose to turn red when it is off for that slot).It works for the most part with a couple of minor flaws.-Ken FlemmingAuthor, How to Get a Job in Video Games 3Does the trick for me - organizes my small USB thingies and keeps them from being lost I have more small USB thingies than USB ports on my computer. Nothing high-tech, just the wireless mouse, my wireless headset, my Fitbit, my iPod, etc. Before I would have to take one USB thingie out in order to put another one in, but I was always worried about losing the one I'd taken out. This seemed like a good way to have then all in one location that would free up the "real" USB ports for other things, like my external hard drive.So far this does the trick just as I'd hoped.Each of the four ports can be turned on or off. This is indicated by either a green light or a red light. I hate this! The red light is especially bright and is always catching my eye. I don't turn them off, so I don't care or want to see an indicator light. Perhaps other people have reasons to turn things off and would find this helpful, but I don't. It's just a distraction. 4Does exactly what I need it to I bought this hub in tandem with a cooling pad to use my laptop as a desktop replacement; I was running out of USB ports (my laptop only has 3) and this would double that number for less than $10. I wasn't sure if, since this hub isn't powered, I would be able to connect my speakers and cooling pad (both of which are powered over USB) with this hub, but I decided to take a chance and they both work perfectly when connected through the hub. It has exceeded all my expectations. Even better, each port has an on/off switch with LED indicator lights so if you're not using something, you can turn it off without unplugging it from the hub.Pros-able to run powered things like a cooling pad (for me, at least; your mileage may vary)-small so it can be easily tucked out of sight-on/off switches for each portCons-LED indicator lights (I don't find them distracting because they are so small and don't blink, but some people might)-removing USB connectors can be a little difficult, but that just means they won't fall out while you're trying to use something(these are both a little nit-picky, I know, but I really have nothing bad to say about this product)I've only owned it for a week, so I will update my review if anything changes. 5Bottleneck This hub has an "on/off switch" for each usb port with indicator lights also. Not sure what the point of these are but I immediately noticed that one of them had a red light. I switched it on and off and the light remained red. So, brand new and right out of the box one port was not working. This was not the real problem though.I tested the device using a Logitech C310 webcam. The webcam video ran fine when plugged directly into the computer but when I hooked it through the hub the video became choppy and delayed. It did this regardless of what the webcam was set on from 360p up to 720p. I then tested the webcam using another USB hub I own made by Rosewill. The Rosewill hub, which is the same price as this hub, ran flawlessly. Finally, I tested the webcam using a 30 foot USB extension cable and even that thing had no problems with the video.The conclusion is that the Connectland USB hub is very poor quality. The reason I gave it two stars instead of one is because it at least functioned for transferring files via flash drive. If you are looking for a cheap USB hub then I would suggest the "Rosewill RHB-220". 2Durable and reasonably priced 4 ports USB hub with individual on/off switch I had this hub for over 3 years, and I still haven't had any problem with it. It is still going strong and does what it suppose to. I had it plugged in to one of the USB ports of my set-top TV box, with one external WD passport hard drive and one thermaltake USB fan plugged into this hub, and both powered up and worked just fine. The individual on/off light-up switches behind each USB port were a great touch; that is also one of the main reasons I chose this hub over the others, besides the small size and USB-powered design. However, those tiny on/off switches were cheaply built, so they might break easily if you went macho on them when switching it on and off (though, my hub's on/off switches were still intact, but at least that's how they felt like when using them). But then again, I can't complaint since it is so reasonably priced. With its durability (3+ years of everyday use and still using), price, and design, it does deserve all five stars. 5
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Works Quite Well Three stars isn't bad. Because this isn't a bad product. I use it to connect my wireless mouse, to connect my external hard drive, and to charge my headphone amplifier. I thought the switches were trivial at first, but I've actually come to see them as a useful feature; for example, if I don't want my computer automatically backing up, I can leave the external hard drive switch off. Then, when I want it to back up, I just turn the switch on.In the year or so that I've owned this, I have had no issues whatsoever regarding performance; transfer speeds are great, and connectivity is trustworthy. I don't understand why there are so many horror story reviews about this hub melting or not working out of the box. Perhaps these just aren't very consistent in build quality. From my experience, I would recommend this as a nice budget USB hub. However, I kind of regret not buying the Sabrent hub Sabrent 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub with Individual Power Switches and LEDs (HB-UMLS) as it looks like a bit better build quality.The bad? I really despise the short cable. It won't even sit down flat on my desk. But this is easily solved with a USB expansion cable, or by simply buying a USB hub with a longer cable. 3an awesome product at an awesome price! I was skeptical about how good this product was going to be when I ordered it since it was from a fairly off-brand company and the price seemed too good to be true but man was I wrong.first off the build, this thing is solidly made, the casing is made of that really sturdy plastic that has an almost metallic feel which gives it a really solid (and if this makes any sense an expensive feel as well) it's much smaller than I thought it would be, it's about the length of my pointer finger and slightly wider, and the usb cable is only 5 inches which in my case isn't a big deal since everything else is in close proximity but if you plan to hook it up to the back of a desktop it would be wise to get a usb extension cable.one of the more interesting features is that there are physical switches on the unit to turn on/off the usbs which is great if you have external hard drives (or in my case an external DVD drive) and each usb also has a green LED to indicate it is turned on (along with a red one on the end of the unit that signifies that the unit itself is powered up)all in all this is a steal, at $5.00 this is the best usb 2.0 hub you could buy! (heck it's probably a top contender with ones upwards of 15-20 bucks!) if I ever need more usbs I might even pick a few more up! 5Didn't work with my USB repeater; now my traveling netbook hub I originally purchased this for use with a TrippLite USB extension/repeater cable. While the hub was recognized, any connected device errors out during install. Others seem to have used this combination just fine, but I had no luck.Fortunately the hub works just fine in its intended role, and since it's compact I carry it with my netbook when I travel. Its small size and sleek, unobtrusive design also makes it a perfect match for my PS3, and I use it to charge multiple controllers at once.A note on construction, however. Each port has an individual power switch which can deactivate said port. This seems needless to me - why not just unplug your device instead of switching its port off? At least the switches seem secure enough, and I just leave them "ON" all the time, as most sliders of this type tend to break off with use.Despite this, it's a compact, inexpensive USB 2.0 hub, and travels well. 4These are the best or their kind currently available Whenever I need a usb hub for anything I always buy this exact model. I've been using these for years. I've used a lot of these and I have only ever seen one go out (after like two years of use). It doesn't require an external power supply to function either.I've never had any problems with it's speed even though it's USB 2.0.It works with Windows, Linux and OSX and it would probably work with other Oses since it's such a standard thing.You can plug phones, external hard drives, flash drives, USB refrigerators, more usb hubs or really anything just remotely compatible with usb into it. I've taken these apart for use in custom tablets before by soldering them to the motherboard. At one point I was even using one to power components in an unmanned airplane.As far as usb 2.0 hubs go, this is the best. It's also more reliable than any usb 3.0 hub.If they would just make a usb 3.0 version of this that's the same size, that would be great. 5Nice hub This hub is small; making it portable when you're on the go. I've had this hub for about two weeks and it's working just fine. I like the personal on and off switch for every USB; it's a cool and useful feature. I bought mine from amazon prime so I suggest others buy from there too if you don't want to get a crappy one that others have been getting. The USB plugs holes are actually really tight. I really had to push the USB plug in and the plugs will fit 3/4 of the way so don't be alarmed when the USB plug doesn't fit all the way in. The wire comes bent just like in the picture so it was a bit awkward because the hub was in the air because the wire was oddly bent. Too add the awkwardness I'm using a macbook pro so the USB is on the left side rather than on the right side of the laptop so the hub was all over the place in the first week. I put my hairbrush on the wire to flatten in and it seems to have calmed down a bit. But overall it's a nice little hub and gets the job done. 5A good product but too short of a cable My front USB jack went out on my custom PC. I didn't want to figure it out so I routed the Connectland CL-u2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports Mini Hub from one of the back USB jacks of the PC tower. I had to buy a USB to USB converter and then duct-taped this device to the front of the computer. Works nearly as good as new.The only problem is that this device cannot handle a large external hard drive (mine is 300GB). It will make a beeping sound and then keep trying to read the drive and shut it off. Another problem is that the cable was too short for my purpose so I had to buy a separate cable. It would be nice if these cables were made to be about a foot and a half and then the have a retractable cable or some sort of fastener to reduce the size.There is a feature where you can turn off the USB slots independently. This is a useless feature in my opinion and is even counter-productive: if you have one of the slots off and are not aware, you won't know why your device is not working until you look at the device (the light is suppose to turn red when it is off for that slot).It works for the most part with a couple of minor flaws.-Ken FlemmingAuthor, How to Get a Job in Video Games 3Does the trick for me - organizes my small USB thingies and keeps them from being lost I have more small USB thingies than USB ports on my computer. Nothing high-tech, just the wireless mouse, my wireless headset, my Fitbit, my iPod, etc. Before I would have to take one USB thingie out in order to put another one in, but I was always worried about losing the one I'd taken out. This seemed like a good way to have then all in one location that would free up the "real" USB ports for other things, like my external hard drive.So far this does the trick just as I'd hoped.Each of the four ports can be turned on or off. This is indicated by either a green light or a red light. I hate this! The red light is especially bright and is always catching my eye. I don't turn them off, so I don't care or want to see an indicator light. Perhaps other people have reasons to turn things off and would find this helpful, but I don't. It's just a distraction. 4Does exactly what I need it to I bought this hub in tandem with a cooling pad to use my laptop as a desktop replacement; I was running out of USB ports (my laptop only has 3) and this would double that number for less than $10. I wasn't sure if, since this hub isn't powered, I would be able to connect my speakers and cooling pad (both of which are powered over USB) with this hub, but I decided to take a chance and they both work perfectly when connected through the hub. It has exceeded all my expectations. Even better, each port has an on/off switch with LED indicator lights so if you're not using something, you can turn it off without unplugging it from the hub.Pros-able to run powered things like a cooling pad (for me, at least; your mileage may vary)-small so it can be easily tucked out of sight-on/off switches for each portCons-LED indicator lights (I don't find them distracting because they are so small and don't blink, but some people might)-removing USB connectors can be a little difficult, but that just means they won't fall out while you're trying to use something(these are both a little nit-picky, I know, but I really have nothing bad to say about this product)I've only owned it for a week, so I will update my review if anything changes. 5Bottleneck This hub has an "on/off switch" for each usb port with indicator lights also. Not sure what the point of these are but I immediately noticed that one of them had a red light. I switched it on and off and the light remained red. So, brand new and right out of the box one port was not working. This was not the real problem though.I tested the device using a Logitech C310 webcam. The webcam video ran fine when plugged directly into the computer but when I hooked it through the hub the video became choppy and delayed. It did this regardless of what the webcam was set on from 360p up to 720p. I then tested the webcam using another USB hub I own made by Rosewill. The Rosewill hub, which is the same price as this hub, ran flawlessly. Finally, I tested the webcam using a 30 foot USB extension cable and even that thing had no problems with the video.The conclusion is that the Connectland USB hub is very poor quality. The reason I gave it two stars instead of one is because it at least functioned for transferring files via flash drive. If you are looking for a cheap USB hub then I would suggest the "Rosewill RHB-220". 2Durable and reasonably priced 4 ports USB hub with individual on/off switch I had this hub for over 3 years, and I still haven't had any problem with it. It is still going strong and does what it suppose to. I had it plugged in to one of the USB ports of my set-top TV box, with one external WD passport hard drive and one thermaltake USB fan plugged into this hub, and both powered up and worked just fine. The individual on/off light-up switches behind each USB port were a great touch; that is also one of the main reasons I chose this hub over the others, besides the small size and USB-powered design. However, those tiny on/off switches were cheaply built, so they might break easily if you went macho on them when switching it on and off (though, my hub's on/off switches were still intact, but at least that's how they felt like when using them). But then again, I can't complaint since it is so reasonably priced. With its durability (3+ years of everyday use and still using), price, and design, it does deserve all five stars. 5
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