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A USB hub is a device that expands a single Universal Serial Bus or USB port into several so that more ports are available to connect devices to a host system. For many of the latest USB hubs, it will expand to additional USB connections and other contact forms, including Ethernet, HDMI, SD card, etc.
With many laptop computers having limited connections to save space, USB hubs are becoming increasingly necessary.
USB hub also use with other devices, including tablets.
The USB hub has one connection to the host device, e.g., the computer, and several other links for other peripheral devices. The hub will detect the presence of the connection, inform the host, and enable the relevant data to direct to and from the peripheral device.
USB hubs & power
USB hubs can be powered or unpowered. The USB standard allows devices to draw their power from their USB connection. It means that energy is required and must supplied from somewhere.
A high power consuming devices like printers, scanners, etc, have their internal power supplies and do not need to draw any power from the USB connection. Still, low-power devices like mice, keyboards, Flash memory sticks, and others remove their ability from the bus.
Also, USB hubs need power but pass power from the host onto the additional downstream ports on the hub itself. However, there are power limitations as the host cannot provide unlimited power; therefore, each downstream port needs to have power limitations. This ne to remember when connecting large numbers of peripheral devices to a USB hub.
Requirement of Hub or Dock?
There is an aged area between USB hubs and docks since they technically do (mostly) the same thing: add more port and connector to computer. However, there are some slight difference, and it worth understanding them before you buy one.
USB hub are smaller, cheaper dongle that can add extra USB port, SD card readers, display output, or headphone jack. These often don’t supply additional power, so you might be unable to plug gadgets into them. They’re also portable enough to throw laptop bag at home and on the go.
USB docks are often larger, more expensive, and design to spend most of their time on desk. They usually have their power supply to charge other devices and have multiple monitor outputs and Ethernet connections. If you frequently use laptop at desk, dock can let you quickly connect it to keyboard, mouse, monitor, and any other peripheral need at once.
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