Thermaltake Announces H200 Internal USB Hub



/ 10 months ago

Thermaltake Announces H200 Internal USB Hub

Expanding Internal Connectivity Options

It might seem like a simple problem, but lacking available USB parts can be an issue for some builders. Some smaller motherboards for example only have one header available on-board. However, Thermaltake has released the H200 as a solution to this problem. It is a compact, enclosed 76.8 x 64.7 x 21.6mm internal USB hub.

The compact device mounts anywhere inside a chassis just via magnets at the back. Since it actually is in a case rather than just having bare PCB, users can even incorporate it in their builds. It is powered via a single SATA cable and requires a single internal USB 2.0 9-pin header. From that single header, it provides 3x internal USB 2.0 9-pin headers, and 3x USB 2.0 type-A ports. SATA is much more convenient than the typical MOLEX connector from older hubs. That is because many new PSUs have limited MOLEX connectors, whereas they still have plenty of available SATA connectors by default. Also, it is much more reliable in terms of connection and is slim so that it is much more easily manageable.

How Much is the Thermaltake H200 Internal USB Hub?

Thermaltake Announces H200 Internal USB Hub

The H200 internal USB hub is now available via TTpremium.com and other retail stores for $24.99. Furthermore, it even comes with a 2-year warranty.

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