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Icy BoxUSB 3.0 4 Port Hub Aluminum IB-AC610

4 Port Icy Box IB-AC610 USB 3.0 HUB, A-Type Ports, Aluminium

Icy Box
Scan code: LN35995 Manufacturer code: IB-AC610 Request call
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Product Overview USB 3.0 is the USB standard of the future. It has a bandwidth of up to 5 GBit/s. That makes possible a multiple of the transfer rates of USB 2.0. With this hub you can use the fast USB 3.0 for four devices. With 5 V power supply – "active hub". USB 3.0 is downwardly compatible, it fits also USB 2.0 cables and devices (with their transfer rates).

Features • 4x USB 3.0 Type A connectors for device
• 1x USB 3.0 Type Micro-B connector
• Transfer rate up to 5 Gbit/s
• Stable aluminium case
• Plug & Play and Hot Swap
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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