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RaidSonic IB-AC6104 Hub - Wit

Productcode: IB-AC6104  |  EAN/UPC: 4250078188810

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Categorie: interface hubs
  • Aantal poorten 4
  • Hostinterface usb 3.2 gen 1 (3.1 gen 1) type-a

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RaidSonic IB-AC6104 Hub - Wit kenmerken

4 port USB 3.0 Hub in an elegant aluminum enclosure, Silver

RaidSonic IB-AC6104, USB 3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A, USB 3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-C, 5000 Mbit/s, Wit, Aluminium, Kunststof, China

- Aluminium case with integrated USB 3.0 cable to connect to your PC
- Provides 4x USB 3.0 ports up to 5 Gbit/s
- With 5 V DC Jack for optional power supply
- Plug & Play and Hot Swap
- Downwards compatible to USB 2.0, 1.1

First: faster, Second: quadruple! USB 3.0 is the standard of the future, with up to 5 GBit / second. Which is many times faster than the speed of USB 2.0. This little hub provide the ability to split this fast standard in four.

USB 3.0 is downwards compatible so even the older USB 2.0 devices can be used (in the appropriate speed). So when the ports are all used or hard to access, the ICY BOX IB-AC6104 is the ideal helper.

No free slots left? A lot of times, the cheaper mainboards have only a few USB 3.0 ports available. This compact hub provides a quick help. All you have to do is sacrifice one free USB 3.0 on the PC and automatically, four ports are available! problem solved.

Data racer The USB 3.0 standard is one of the fastest possibilities to transfer data from point A to point B. With the ability to read and write data at 5 Gbit/s, transferring data is about ten times faster than with the old USB 2.0 standard.

Looking good ain't enough But it sure helps! That is why this hub is made of high quality aluminium. It is light and makes sure the heat is passively dissipated to the outside of the device. Additionally, thanks to the integrated USB 3.0 cable, searching for a cable is a thing of the past.