|商品尺寸||9.93 x 5.74 x 2.59 cm; 340.19 克|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|
|操作系统||Windows & Macintosh|
D-Link USB 2.0 7端口高速集线器(DUB-H7)
D-Link DUB-H7 2.0是款高速USB2.0 7端口集线器，可与USB 1.0和1.1 兼容。它领先行业标准，允许多达七个USB外围设备连接到您的PC或Mac。D-Link DUB-H7的目标客户时想要扩展系统USB端口数量的PC和Mac用户。USB快速充电端口允许您快速充电您的iPad，iPhone，平板电脑，或其他耗电的移动设备。
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D-LINK WARRANTEE is WORTHLESS.
What they don't tell you is that you cannot use the main selling point--fast charge high current mode-- with an apple computer. Same with Linux. it only supports windows computers for that mode, On windows computers you have to install a driver that looks for ipads and only then activates high power mode. Thus effectively it is worthless except for ipads (not iphones) on widows computers. The only way you can use the high power mode is to detach it from the computer so that it's not a USB hub anymore, then the hogh power mode turns on. That is it's just an expensive wall charger not a USB hub, All this is documented in the instructions that come with it, but not in the marketing literature. They get 1 star for being deceptive.
Update: there is now fine print at the bottom of the ad that says you have to turn off the computer to use fast charging mode. why is this big deal shoved into the fine print???
Update: after 10 months it died. Now I find it's impossible to contact tech support at D-link. Their so-called Chat is just troubleshooting database not an actual human. I've sent three e-mails in the month and all I get back are automated responses. No RMA number or instructions on how to get it replaced. The links for "phone" don't work.
However I did find a number to call them at gethuman.com 800-326-1688
to be able to get tech support do not choose the phone menu option for tech support as this will just give you another phone number to call that won't list this model on it's endless phone menu. Instead you have to select the customer service path on the phone tree. then they will say you need to talk to tech support first to get an RMA number. they can transfer you to the right tech support phone queue. after an hour on hold you may get an RMA number after they fruitlessly diagnose your dead box. you can then call back to customer service to return it.
or you can just not buy D-link products. If your time has any value, this is a better option.
Fast-forward to ~2 years later, and I purchased one for my office machine, also an iMac (and almost the exact same model). This thing doesn't function well at all. It rarely recognizes a flash drive that I use to carry files back and forth from home to work, and it's never had that problem at home. When it does recognize the flash drive, it randomly disconnects it and in the process corrupted a large document I was working on! Luckily I had a backup at home from the previous day, but I still lost a lot of time.
Looking through the reviews here, it seems that although the model number of this new unit is the same as the one I purchased ~2 years ago, D-Link has significantly changed the packaging, accessories, and apparently the internals and/or design, because I'm having the same problems that everyone else is having with power not being delivered via the powered ports, USB devices disconnecting for no reason, printers not being recognized, etc.
Even though this is the first problem I've had with a D-Link product, reading the reviews here and elsewhere has made it clear that I can't trust D-Link to make a decent product anymore. I doubt I'll ever purchase a D-Link product again, as it appears they don't care at all about the issues their customers are having.
I connected it to the computer and it works fine as a hub but non of the LEDs light up. I connected it to another computer with the same dark results, hence the two star rating. Works as a hub but looks dead.
I wish Amazon had a rating for customer service because that is where D-Link would earn a 0.0. Hoping that there might be a solution to the dark LED problem I had a most bewildering experience with D-link "customer service". First, the internet address that is given in the instructions pamphlet is extremely difficult to get to and when you do there is no way to communicate with anybody. There is a list of dozens if not hundreds of D-Link products listed but no DUB-H7. Out of curiosity I pursued the hunt and found an 800 telephone number in the warranty sheet and called it at 8 pm EST (D-Link is located in California) only to get the following message: "You have dialed a number which cannot be reached from your calling area". I redialed the number three times that evening and got the same message. But I tried again the next morning around 10 am and, lo and behold!, a message gave me a choice of six or seven D-Link product categories, none of which included hubs. Determined to pursue this to some end I picked one of the six categories and a human voice answered. I told him that I knew I was being connected to the wrong specialist and pleaded with him to tell me how I could talk to somebody about hubs. He was reasonably friendly and helpful to the extent that he said that the number he was transferring me to might be what I was looking for. Upon being transferred, a lady with a hilarious
command of the English language first asked for my telephone number, which I provided, and then wished to know what product I was calling about. When she got it, DUB-H7 was too much for her and without any further ado she just hung up on me.
Do I recommend the product? If you buy one with functioning LEDs you will probably be happy. If the LEDs are dark, return the thing to Amazon and don't even think of D-Link "customer service"