Always Short an USB Port? Try Brando’s New 49-Port USB Charging Hub




/ 5 years ago

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Have you ever found yourself short of just one USB port to connect whatever device you’re just holding in your hand? Of course you have, and it makes no difference how many ports you have. This might change with Brando’s new 49-Port Hub.

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The new hub is designed to allow you to connect and charge up to 49 USB devices at once, may they be your Smartphone, Tablet, or other USB devices. It is capable of reliably supplying 0.5 – 1.5A per port without overheating or becoming a fire hazard. Comes with a USB cable, but the power supply must be purchased separately. We suggest 60A 5V PSU if you want to supply 1.2A to all 49 ports.

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It comes with a 90cm USB cable, but you need to have your own PSU as that is what is used to power it and comes with overvoltage and overcurrent recover functions.

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You shouldn’t run into any clearance issues with 36mm distance between the ports, but it will take up some space with its 350 x 231 x 38mm area and weight of 1050g. A hub like this won’t come cheap either, as it will set you back $174.00.

Thanks to Gizmodo for providing us with this information



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