Which USB 3.0 hub for Mac Pro 6,1?

williamh

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I'm in the market of purchasing usb 3.0 hub for my Mac Pro 6,1, mainly for both data transfer (USB flash drive and external drives) and other peripherals like keyboard/mouse/MIDI interface, I won't use the hub for iDevice charging or syncing.

Would anyone please provide any hubs that WORKS with Mac Pro 6,1? Thanks
 

hidea

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May 10, 2006
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According to The Wirecutter (http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-usb-hubs/) the Hootoo HooToo® HT-UH010 and Anker USB 3.0 9-Port Hub are great.

I myself have the HooToo, based on the recommendation and it's working pretty good. On the other hand, I also have a bunch of Anker products, and they have really great customer service. Seems like both products/companies are getting great reviews on Amazon. Just take your pick between the Hootoo or the Anker.
 

bokkow

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And to add another option + opinion: I really like the TP-Link powered 7+2-port USB3.0 hub (7 data 700mA ports, 2 power only 2.4A ports), sleek design with small white dots as indicators above the ports.

 

Silencio

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This has been my favorite hub so far. Charges AND syncs iPads on the same port.

OMG, I love this thing.

Most of my hubs don't seem too last long. I bought 2 of these just incase this model/brand doesn't last either.

http://www.iogear.com/product/GUH326/
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1044608-REG/iogear_guh326_6_port_super_speed_usb.html
Huh. Iogear hasn't changed their USB hub form factor in quite some time. I bought a USB 2.0 hub / multi-card reader from them about 10 years ago and it looked almost identical.
 
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