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700V3 - 5.25" Internal Multi Function Panel 700V3 - 5.25" Internal Multi Function Panel More Info

Model No: UDS-700V3


Product no: 1377

This is a handy solution to bring all of your USB, Firewire, Speaker, Microphone, TV-Out, SATA& eSATA and Memory Card Reader slots to the front of your PC - so, no longer will you have to scramble around at the back of the PC Tower/case because this...

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UDS-737 - 3.5" All-in-One Front Panel UDS-737 - 3.5" All-in-One Front Panel More Info

Model No: UDS-737


Product no: 1379

This 3.5" front panel multi solution brings together the most commonly used ports right to the front of your computer, you'll never have to climb underneath your desk to plug in a device again. USB, 1394 (Firewire), e-SATA & SATAI PORT and even audio ports are all...

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USB Hubs - Internal USB 4 Port Hubs - Increase the number of USB ports on your PC 

If you are running out of USB ports on your PC  (desktop or tower) and you have a spare 3.5" or 5.25" bay on the front on the PC then a really easy way to add more USB ports to your PC is to drop in an internal hub - these are easy to install and will typically add 4X USB Ports and the beauty of these internal USB hubs is that they put the ports at the front of the PC case in a place that is typcially handy to reach!

External Four Port USB Hubs are typically available with or without an additional Mains Power Supply. Whether you need a mains powered version really depends on what you are connecting to the USB hub. If its lots of small, non-power hungry items like USB mice, USB keyboards, USB Card Readers, USB Flash Memory sticks etc, then typically a power supply won't be needed (even if you have X 4 devices connected at once) But, if you are connecting larger, power hungry devices like printers, scanners, USB modems, USB external Hard Drives etc then you are likely to need a powered USB hub. Even if you do buy a powered hub then the use of the power supply is optional - this means if you are travelling you can take it with you and use it for most items without the need for the power supply.

External Seven Port USB Hubs are always supplied with a USB Power Supply because the power you draw from the USB port that the hub is connected to (500Ma max) is not enough to support x 7 USB devices.

We do sell a USB Combo Hub with USB and Firewire Ports but this needs both USB and Firewire inputs - it does not provide a "X-over" solution from USB to Firewire or Vice Versa.


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