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Anker USB 3.0 7-Port Hub with Charging Ports (5V / 2.1A and 5V / 1.5A)

Anker USB 3.0 7-Port Hub with Charging Ports (5V / 2.1A and 5V / 1.5A)

HUB - 68ANHUB-B10A - 4.3-4.30

Product Description

Do you regularly find yourself in need of access to USB 3.0 technology? In addition to SuperSpeed data transfer rates, the Anker® USB 3.0 7-Port Charging Hub offers much more...

The more the merrier.

Don’t deny your devices access to SuperSpeed ports. With transfer rates of up to 5Gbps, set aside less time for syncing and more time for work. With 7 data terminals to choose from, forget about ever having to switch or unplug again.

The power to charge.

With an additional port devoted exclusively to charging, this hub was designed with compatibility in mind: at 2.1A, the jack works with either a smartphone or iPad to get the job done. From a USB 3.0 hub, what more could you ask?

A mainstay for the future.

Featuring a high-grade chipset and durable adapter, this hub ensures a stable power supply while you work. Get steady operation for years to come. Whether at home or in the office, add another do-without fixture to the company of your desk.

Keeping things light.

What good is such versatility if you can’t take it out? With no screws and a stylish, mirrored front, the slim and compact Anker® USB 3.0 7-Port Charging Hub expands your capability, wherever you are. Respiring LEDs indicate use.

System Requirements Notes:

For Mac users: The hub is not compatible with Mac OS, please consider carefully before buying.

Additional Notes:

- Not compatible with SuperDrive and WD passport hard disk.
- 2.4Ghz wireless devices (keyboards, mice, etc.) may not work around USB 3.0 ports. Try using a USB 2.0 connection.
- To activate the power button, hold down for 2-3 seconds.
- The charging port do not support data transfers.
- Please remove the attached clear protective film before use.

Customer FAQ

Q1.  Will the current requirement of my devices influence Anker hub's performance?
For maximum performance, connected devices should not exceed the combined current of the output of hub. Otherwise, output current may become unstable or disconnect entirely. See some commonly used devices' general requirements below:
250G Hard drive – 600mA
4G Flash drive – 100mA
64G SSD – 400mA
100M Network adapter – 500mA
Keyboards and mice and other peripheral devices – 100mA (or less)

The ratings above are estimates only. Please check your specific device's ratings before connecting to the hub.
Q2.  When my hub is connected through the ports on my Apple expansion card it fails to be recognised, why is this?
Mac expansion cards don’t tend to support non-storage devices (more info is available from your expansion card manufacturer's websites). It is recommended that you plug hubs into the Mac’s built in USB ports.
Q3.  My Western Digital hard drive cannot be recognized by your hub? How to fix it?
This could be to do with the firmware on your Western Digital hard drive. Try installing new firmware, downloadable from the Western Digital website.
Q4.  Why does Apple SuperDrive not work with your Anker hub?
Apple have addressed this issue and said that SuperDrive is only designed to work with USB ports on selected Apple computers. It is not recommended for use with USB hubs. (See Apple support article http://support.apple.com/kb/ht2801)
Q5.  Why do my wireless mouse/keyboard not work closely with Anker USB 3.0 hub?
2.4Ghz wireless devices may have frequency interference issues with USB 3.0 ports so we recommend using a USB 2.0 hub instead.
Q6.  Do you have any driver for the hub?
Our Anker Hubs are plug-and-play so there's no need for extra drivers, but we do recommend updating your USB controller’s drivers and firmware to the latest version. This ensures a smooth experience using any USB devices. To do this you should identify the brand of your USB controller then search online, or contact your PC/motherboard supplier directly.
Q7.  Why is the transfer rate so much slower than the 5Gbps promoted?
The USB 3.0 transfer rate is 5Gbps and has a theoretical transfer speed of 500MB/s which is about 8 times faster than the USB 2.0 transfer rate of 480Mb/s with theoretical transfer speed of 60MB/s.
There are numerous variables that will affect USB transfer rate including data source and destination and file type. With all reasonable usage environments taken into account USB 3.0 can achieve average transfer speeds about 3 times faster than that of USB 2.0.
Q8.  Devices are not being identified by my computer when connected to the USB hub, but they are being identified when connected directly to the computer. Why?
This problem may be the result of one of the following:
    a. Insufficient power supply. Please connect the USB hub to a power source.
    b. Compatibility issues between the motherboard and system. Please try refreshing the BIOS in the motherboard.
    c. Incorrect insertion or unplugging. Do not unplug the device when transferring data in order to avoid damaging the chipset.
    d. Improper driver installation. Under “Device Manager”, go to “Other Devices” and select “Universal Serial Bus Controllers”. If there are any yellow question or exclamation marks visible, uninstall the driver in “Device Manager”, then restart your computer. The driver will be reinstalled automatically.
Q9.  Can I use my own accessories, such as power adapters and data cables, with the USB hub?
The USB 3.0 hub is equipped with its own power adapter and data cable to ensure maximum compatibility. Use of the provided cables and adapters is always recommended. If you have lost the power adapter or data cable, please make sure the specifications of any accessory you intend to use correspond with those provided. To ensure stable performance, the length of the data cable should not exceed 1m.
Q10.  Why can’t devices be charged at 900mA (max for a USB 3.0 port) when a USB 3.0 port is not in use for data transfer?
The devices attached will firstly detect if the port is a charging port or a data port and enter a different mode accordingly. When attached to a USB 3.0 port, the device will reserve a 500-600 mA for data transfer (even when not in use) and only leave the rest power for charging.
Q11.  Can I use the USB hub as a standalone charger?
For Anker hubs without a specially-designed charging port, the max output current of the USB ports is 900mA, these ports can transfer data but aren't recommended for charging. Some of our hubs have specially-designed charging ports can reach outputs of up to 2.1A and can charge iPads, iPhones and other smart phones.

Please keep in mind that the charging port can't transfer data. Charging ports and data-transfer ports supply different voltages which a device will recognise when it is plugged in. The device will enter the mode that the USB port's voltage corresponds to.
Q12.  Why is the computer failing to come out of Sleep Mode when the USB hub is connected?
This problem may be the result of one of the following:
    a. Improper power-saving settings. Right-click “My Computer”, select “Attributes”, then “Hardware”, followed by “Device Manager”. Double-click “Universal Serial Bus Controllers”, right-click “USB Root Hub”, click “Attributes”, then “Power Management”. Unmark “Allow computer to close the device to save power”, click “Yes ”, and then restart the computer.
    b. The computer can’t start because it can’t read system files. This occurs when the BIOS is set to “Start the Computer from the USB Device”. In order to solve this, change the setting to “Start the Computer from the Hard Disk”.
    c. For Mac users, please uncheck the box "Put the hard disks to sleep when possible" under Energy Saver.
Q13.  A surge warning appears on the screen when the USB hub is connected to the computer. Why is this happening?
When the input current requirement of a connected device is higher than the output current of the USB port, a surge warning may appear. Connect the USB hub to a power source to ensure sufficient power supply.
If the problem persists, please check to make sure the USB driver is installed properly, or click the USB icon on the taskbar and select “Reset” to make sure the USB device is being identified correctly.
Q14.  The hub keeps suddenly disconnecting from the device while transferring data. Why is this happening?
If this problem is occurring with properly-installed devices, it is usually due to insufficient power supply. When the hub is transferring data - especially large amounts - make sure it is connected to a power source. In addition, we recommend connecting the hub to your computer with the cable provided. If not, please make sure the cable length is less than 1m, so as to ensure stable data transfer.
Q15.  Why is my USB 3.0 device being read as a USB 2.0 device when connected to the hub?
This problem may be the result of one of the following:
    a. Insufficient power supply from the USB hub. Please connect the USB hub to a power source.
    b. Insufficient power supply from the computer’s USB port. Please connect the USB hub to the USB port positioned on the back of the frame, instead of on the front, to ensure sufficient power supply.
    c. The device is being plugged in too slowly. As a result of the USB 3.0 interface design, the system will recognize devices as USB 2.0 when they are plugged in too slowly, or section by section.

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Latest Post

MIDI devices compatibility
I read on Amazon that MIDI devices doesn't work with this hub. Is it true? Which hub works with MIDI devices?
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IT Owl
Some midi devices work, some don't. It really depends and you won't know until you try it.

Luckily there's a great return policy so you should be fine about returning it if your devices don't work
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Delivery to Russia
Hi, guys I have the slightest chance that you can send to your great products in Russia, Moscow? Thanks a lot for your support!))
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orthopaedicsurgeon
Anker (via Amazon and eBay) only ships to selected countries. You may contact them directly regarding shipping their products to your country:

1-800-988-7973 (US) Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (PST)
support@ianker.com

Or you my have the product shipped to a friend/family in the U.S. who can send it through a forwarder or USPS to you in Moscow.
Reply Report as spam Feb 14, 2014 at 6:41 AM
AnkerMember431
Contact support@ianker.com and they can get in touch to you about that.
Reply Report as spam Feb 15, 2014 at 11:29 AM
TechToyWizard
You might try checking Anker Global to see if a product is available in your country
Reply Report as spam Feb 18, 2014 at 5:21 AM
Compatible with WD Passport?
Is the hub compatible with WD "My passport Ultra"?
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VicAi
On Amazon.co.uk it says:
"• Not compatible with SuperDrive and WD passport hard disk."
I'm wondering what could be uncompatible? But it seems that some of you guys have working WD discs attached to it.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00B7GAE98/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=ianker-21&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399373&creativeASIN=B00B7GAE98#productDetails
Reply Report as spam Feb 10, 2014 at 11:24 AM
IT Owl
Quote From David Hocutt: Woah that would explain it haha. Your hub is plugged into one computer usb 3 port and is trying to get I/O data from all those devices. It hit it's bandwidth limit and stopped responding
Reply Report as spam Feb 10, 2014 at 12:35 AM
TechToyWizard
I have the WD Passport and it works perfectly. Hopes this helps!
Reply Report as spam Feb 10, 2014 at 2:46 AM
TechToyWizard
After reading other post by you I understand that it "failed". Could you elaborate? Which failed, the hub or the drive? I have mine supporting similar devices with absolutely no problems.
Reply Report as spam Feb 10, 2014 at 2:49 AM
IT Owl
Quote From VicAi:I personally have 2 WD passports and they work fine.
Reply Report as spam Feb 11, 2014 at 2:33 AM
jp907
I've had no issues using the hub with the WD my passport ultra (USB 3.0 1TB)
Reply Report as spam Feb 11, 2014 at 9:28 PM
IT Owl
Yes. It will work great
Reply Report as spam Feb 9, 2014 at 5:39 PM
David Hocutt
Also look at this port hub (http://www.ianker.com/product/68UNHUB-B7U). I purchased the one you mentioned and it failed to with with all my external drives.
Reply Report as spam Feb 9, 2014 at 7:15 PM
IT Owl
Quote From David Hocutt: That's strange,. I don't see how a hub can fail with your external drives unless they were drawing too much power because you plugged too many into one port.

I've been able to plug in 2 portable external 1 TBs into the same USB 3 port and work fine.
Reply Report as spam Feb 9, 2014 at 9:30 PM
David Hocutt
Good call IT Owl!; That's probably what happened. Leave it to me to connect too many external hard drives! I connected one 3TB and two 1TB drives to the hub along with a laser printer, Dymo label printer, and...well, you get the point. The new 7 port hub I purchased is holding up just fine (up to this point!).
Reply Report as spam Feb 9, 2014 at 9:51 PM
How to buy 7+2 port USB hub
I would like to purchase your latest 7-port USB hub with 2 charge ports. However, on Amazon it seems you can only buy this from Japan for about $200, which seems totally crazy (I live in California). When will this product be for sale in the US? Thanks Peter
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IT Owl
It's currently out of stock in the US right now but I'm sure more stock will come in soon. Have you looked at Anker's other offerings for USB hubs with charging ports?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EYXZI4M/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=ianker-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399373&creativeASIN=B00EYXZI4M

http://www.ianker.com/product/68ANHUB-B10A

http://www.ianker.com/product/68UPHUB-B8U
Reply Report as spam Feb 5, 2014 at 6:27 PM
TechToyWizard
Have you tried the grey button on the upper right (at the Amazon page) for "Add to Wish List"? You can configure the wish list to notify you when it is available. It's also possible that is has been discontinued, perhaps Anker will respond to your question.
Reply Report as spam Feb 5, 2014 at 7:02 PM
TechToyWizard
Have you tried the grey button on the upper right (at the Amazon page) for "Add to Wish List"? You can configure the wish list to notify you when it is available. It's also possible that is has been discontinued, perhaps Anker will respond to your question.
Reply Report as spam Feb 5, 2014 at 7:02 PM
TechToyWizard
Have you tried the grey button on the upper right (at the Amazon page) for "Add to Wish List"? You can configure the wish list to notify you when it is available. It's also possible that is has been discontinued, perhaps Anker will respond to your question.
Reply Report as spam Feb 5, 2014 at 7:02 PM
TechToyWizard
Sorry for the multiple posts, it wasn't me. I think the forum was refreshing itself ;-)
Reply Report as spam Feb 5, 2014 at 7:05 PM
David Hocutt
Racking up points??
Reply Report as spam Feb 5, 2014 at 10:43 PM
does what it's supposed to do
This hub ended a string of "bad luck" for me. After suffering an USB extinction event that eventually cost the life of several "cheap china crap" hubs (with no disrespect to Chinese craftsmanship in general) and the communication side of an oscilloscope, I was looking for a better solution. I chose this hub based on general characteristics, mainly that it had a 12 V supply (which means that it has its own power regulation, with a short feedback loop to the consumers and hopefully one more barrier for any perversions coming in from mains). It hasn't let me down. It picked up the work where the dead hubs had dropped it and seems to perform well so far. My (Linux-based) environment is still all USB 2.0. I was a bit concerned that a USB 3.0 hub may dislike that, but it didn't mind. One dubious feature is the power button. It's not overly noticeable and the hub just plays dead until it is powered on. Not sure if powering on to off state is considered essential functionality (it seems quite unusual for a hub and could be rather undesirable for unattended devices) but it makes for a confusing first use experience and I suppose some unnecessary warranty returns as well. Perhaps a more noticeable switch, either larger / rocker type or maybe illuminated, could make things clearer. - Werner
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xnap30
Great to hear that it is working well. I had my eye on this hub for a while, I didn't know it had the switch on and off either. Thanks for the heads up.

Also just a reminder that you won't experience the full transfer speed and power of usb3 because you're plugging into USB 2 but I'm sure you know that
Reply Report as spam Jan 15, 2014 at 9:03 AM
ANKER Team
Thanks for contacting us and for your extensive feedback. We will definitely work on the power button issue and hope to come up with a better solution for this in future releases.
Reply Report as spam Jan 26, 2014 at 11:32 PM
werner
Yes, it would be quite a miracle if the hub would achieve SuperSpeed on a USB 2.0 host :-) Luckily, most of my devices don't even venture beyond Full-Speed, so this isn't an issue for me. It still makes sense to get a hub that's "over-specified" since a) it's good to have room to grow and b) it may not be so easy to find a quality USB 2.0 hub these days.

I examined a bit more how it behaves when power is lost: the hub always seems to come up in "off" state, i.e., after a loss of power, it doesn't return to the last state the user has commanded, like some PCs do. This is similar to how most consumer electronics devices (TV, etc.) act, but it makes it unsuitable for any peripherals that must be available at or shortly after boot time.

I can also confirm that the hub won't run (or at least remain "on") on power from the USB host alone. So if the PC is on a UPS, the hub should be, too.

If connectivity to the PC is lost while power is available, the hub does not shut down. So people who regularly power down their equipment but find it inconvenient to have to switch on their hub(s) could put them on a supply that doesn't get switched off.

One minor quirk is that there are only indicator lights for downstream ports. So if no USB devices are connected or if they're inactive one can't see whether the hub is on or off.

- Werner
Reply Report as spam Jan 16, 2014 at 3:35 AM
EU power plug?
Is this hub delivered with a EU power plug?
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physicianheals
I believe it depends on which Amazon (country) store you will be purchasing it from.

You can email support@ianker.com to verify.
Reply Report as spam Jan 12, 2014 at 7:55 PM
Justin Rohr
If you are buying it from the European amazon store, yes.
Reply Report as spam Jan 12, 2014 at 10:31 PM
xnap30
Yes, in Spain, Germany and UK, it will have Europe's plug
Reply Report as spam Jan 13, 2014 at 1:37 AM
Feedback and questions
Feedback: I bought this hub after reading the review on Lifehacker.com and I'm impressed. I've had a lot of problems in the past with my ultrabook's internal USB 3.0 controller (Freso Logic FL1009) so I was anticipating a problem or two. Fortunately, the Anker hub connected with no issue; it was 100% plug-and-play. Nice work. Question: It appears that my system ((Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit) recognizes the new as two separate devices. I'm seeing two new icons in the "Devices and Printers" window. Is this normal? Are the charging ports separate from the I/O ports? The hardware is designed to run on default Windows drivers, correct? Thank you, Peter Fitzgerald pfitzgerald2@gmail.com
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xnap30
I believe the charging port is separate from the I/O port

I think I read somewhere that the charging ports can't be used to interface with computer. Or that might have been a different USB 3 hub

But I have no problems with any of mine showing up as 2 devices. But if you do have it show up as 2 devices, it's not a big deal as USB 3 devices don't really affect performance. You can ignore it
Reply Report as spam Jan 10, 2014 at 8:00 PM
Justin Rohr
If you want to see, remove both of those devices (with the Hub unplugged) and then re-install/insert. Or remove 1 of them and see if part of the hub doesn't work. Then you know you need both.
Reply Report as spam Jan 11, 2014 at 2:03 PM
I need the cable but in 2.0
I need the exact cable that comes with this hub and connects to my laptop (the USB 3.0 cable next to the power supply slot) but in USB 2.0 instead of USB 3.0. I don't care about the speeds. I live in the UK. Is there a cable on amazon that I can buy that is 2.0 and works with the hub?
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Nathan Turner
Or can the USB 3.0 cable that comes with the hub plug into a USB 2.0 port on my laptop?
Reply Report as spam Jan 5, 2014 at 12:09 PM
Kyle Kenyon
USB 3.0 isbackwards compatible with USB 2.0. just plug it into the USB 2.0 port and you will be fine.
Reply Report as spam Jan 5, 2014 at 3:04 PM
Nathan Turner
Quote From Kyle Kenyon: Okay thanks a lot! I was a bit worried because a USB 3.0 cable I have (I think it was 3.0) wasn't able to go into any of my ports apart from my broken 3.0 port. This really helped me, thanks again!
Reply Report as spam Jan 5, 2014 at 7:06 PM
ANKER Team
We're glad you were able to get your issue resolved. If you should have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at support@ianker.com.
Reply Report as spam Jan 14, 2014 at 9:46 PM
Justin Rohr
Quote From Nathan Turner: Nathan, did that old USB 3.0 cable have a part of the broken 3.0 port in it? Have seen it happen before.
USB 3.0 from my knowledge is always backwards compatible.
Reply Report as spam Jan 11, 2014 at 2:04 PM
USB 2.0 cable?
Does this come with a USB 2.0 cable to connect my laptop to the hub? My laptop's USB 3.0 port broke recently and I really need some way to plug the hub in by USB 2.0. If this does not come with some adapter or cable, where can I get one. Thanks!
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physicianheals
Package includes: USB 3.0 7-Port Charging Hub, 12V 4A power adapter(with 3.3ft cord), 3.5-foot USB 3.0 cable, user manual.

You can buy extra cables here:

http://www.amazon.com/C2G-Cables-54170-Cable-Black/dp/B003VTZ070/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1388881178&sr=8-3&keywords=usb+cable

or

http://www.amazon.com/C2G-Cables-54171-Cable-Black/dp/B003VTZ07U/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1388881178&sr=8-11&keywords=usb+cable
Reply Report as spam Jan 4, 2014 at 7:13 PM
xnap30
USB 3 ports are backwards compatiable with USB 2 ports. However to take full advantage of the USB 3 speeds and power, you're going to need to plug this into a USB 3 port
Reply Report as spam Jan 4, 2014 at 10:20 PM
Nathan Turner
Thanks for the reply! I will most likely buy one of the cables you suggested! Thanks again! Quote From physicianheals:
Reply Report as spam Jan 5, 2014 at 4:30 AM
Nathan Turner
Quote From xnap30: Would it make a lot of difference? I'm not a expert with USB cables and ports and how much faster 3.0 is. I'm thinking of plugging in my hard drive (3.0), keyboard and mouse (2.0). Would this make my keyboard and mouse not respond guick enough that it's very noticeable?
Reply Report as spam Jan 5, 2014 at 4:35 AM
xnap30
Quote From Nathan Turner:You do not need one of the USB 2 cables Physicianheals suggested.

It will make a lot of a difference. I suggest getting your USB 3.0 port working because if you're plugging in a USB 3.0 hard drive, your hard drive will transfer files up to 150 MB/s vs 45-60 MB/s.

Your keyboard and mouse will respond just as quickly though as they are not high resource, high power devices.

Only your Hard Drive and charging devices will be affected by plugging your USB 3 hub into a USB 2 port.

I suggest getting this add on to your computer to get USB 3 to work: http://www.ianker.com/product/68UPPCIE-2S20PU
It is a cheap and simple install onto your motherboard PCIE slot
Reply Report as spam Jan 5, 2014 at 10:54 AM
Kyle Kenyon
USB 3.0 is backwards compatible with USB 2.0. just plug it into the USB 2.0 port and you will be fine.
Reply Report as spam Jan 5, 2014 at 3:14 PM
ANKER Team
The product package will include: USB 3.0 7-Port Charging Hub, 12V 4A power adapter (with 3.3ft cord), 3.5-foot USB 3.0 cable, user manual. The USB 3.0 cable is backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports as well, just be aware the speed will be at the USB 2.0 level when plugged into a USB 2.0 port.
Reply Report as spam Jan 14, 2014 at 9:32 PM
How effective is a 3.0 USB Hub?
I am interested in possibly purchasing and/or reviewing this product, however, I am curious on the power of a 3.0 power hub such as this one. Also, what is the difference between a USB Hub that has a power adapter and one that does not have a power adapter? Thanks, James Sanders james.c.sand@gmail.com
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xnap30
USB 3 is super effective and is the best thing to happen to computer for a while. It improves upon USB 2 by adding more power to the ports (900mAh) and increased file transfer speeds.

The difference between a USB hub with a power adapter is that they usually have charging ports with 2.1A or 1A + for fast charging of tablets or phone. It also allows you to plug in lots of power hungry devices without worrying about slowdown or power draw since it will draw more power from the wall than just your computer.

USB Hubs with power adapters are better suited for more connections, faster charging, and power hungry devices.
Reply Report as spam Jan 2, 2014 at 10:03 AM
ANKER Team
Sorry for our slow response. The primary difference between a hub with a power adapter and one without one is that the power source-connected hub can support more power intensive peripherals. This particular hub also provides two additional charging ports of smartphones and tablets. This feature is unavailable on non-power source hubs.
Reply Report as spam Jan 26, 2014 at 12:13 AM
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