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For the Apple Mac and the mobile MacBook in particular, it is not uncommon for people to be looking for a multifunctional device that can perform several tasks and only takes up one USB slot. That's why I recently looked for a USB hub with card slots and other added value - I found it URGEEN 30984 with USB 3.0 and compatibility for macOS, Windows, Linux and Co. The inexpensive hub even has a power input (5V DC) so that even external hard drives can be operated without any problems.
The UGREEN USB hub and card reader only uses one USB-A port on your Apple Mac, MacBook, iMac or Windows PC and provides three USB-A 3.0 ports with up to 5 GBit / s transfer speed and four card slots for SD, TF, MS and M2 cards. According to the manufacturer, all possible SD cards (SDHC, SDXC, Micro SD, Mini SD), various MS models and so on, should be read / written.
If you want to connect one or more external hard drives, for example larger HDD hard drives that draw more power than is output via USB, then the UGREEN card reader also has the right input for this, as you can see in the picture above. And another advantage: the small gadget doesn't cost much.
Whether in portrait or landscape format - thanks to the holder for mobile devices, you can lean your smartphone, a smaller tablet or the like on the URGEEN gadget. You can quickly swipe through the pictures and find what you can send to your computer via Bluetooth, Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive or something similar. The device is also a great storage place for the Apple Pencil.
You also have your hands free when you read something on your cell phone, check emails, surf the Internet or watch videos. Thanks to YouTube and Co., you can run your own music video collection on your desk with the UGREEN USB hub and card reader to make your work more pleasant. There are many uses. Which one do you think of? Feel free to leave a comment; very happy even if you already had the gadget in the test;)
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.
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