Scan code: LN27227 Manufacturer code: ACH77EU

Targus 4 Port USB2 Travel Hub with Retractable Ethernet Cable Combo, Black, ACH77EU, Bus Powered

4 Port Targus ACH77EU, USB 2.0 Travel Hub with Retractable Ethernet Cable Combo, Black, Bus Powered

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Scan code: LN27227 Manufacturer code: ACH77EU
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Product Overview The Targus Travel USB 2.0 4-port Hub with Ethernet Cable is designed for users that require an all-in-one connectivity solution.

The 4-port hub provides an instant expansion to your notebook’s USB ports and the Ethernet cable provides a network or Internet broadband connection.

The hub/Ethernet combo is designed to conveniently attach/detach to accommodate the user’s needs.

The cable and hub attach together providing one portable solution and can easily separate making it easy to use both the hub and cable as needed. The Travel Hub with Ethernet Cable is designed for mobile users seeking an easy to carry connectivity solution, with no AC adapter required.

Features Expandability - Instantly expand your notebook’s USB ports and connect up to 4 devices simultaneously.
High-speed USB - Supports transfer rates of up to 480Mbps.
Ethernet connectivity – Cat5 cable supports 10/100 Ethernet speeds.
Convenience – All-in-one connectivity solution.
Cable management - Retractable Ethernet cable for ease of storage.
Plug and Play – No drivers or AC adapter required, simply plug and play.
Specifications
Interface USB 2.0
Connectivity 2 x LAN (10/100)
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN

Additional Notes:
5 Year Targus Direct warranty

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