Cheap, Oscillating Plastic Plugs: Treating the device is an insult. But it is the internal values that make the difference. Despite the inexpensive processing, Pearl-Hub is prevalent, not least thanks to the separate power supply, this extra feature brings extra points to the test victory in the end.
- Separate power supply
- 4x USB 3.2 Gen 1
- Shutdown option
W.He doesn’t have any free plugs in his living room anymore, which buys a multi jack Problem solved it’s similar to USB hubs. Unlike docks, hubs don’t expand functionality, only the number of free USB slots. The Pearl Xystec USB 3.0 hub performed particularly well and won the test in the comparative COMPUTER BILD test.
Xystec: less speed, more electricity
Do you always have to run the USB plug so that it’s in the socket? You are dealing with a type A rectangular USB connection. The connector only fits one way horizontally. The test winner among the USB-A models is the Pearl Xystec USB 3.0 hub. The device has four additional USB 3.2 Gen 1 slots. Additional plugs must share the power of your laptop’s USB socket. This means that they transfer data at a low rate. The test candidate’s speed loss was limited and only lost between 12.9 and 13.2 percent when reading and writing. Top: Xystec hub points with separate power supply. This means that cell phones charge faster, for example.
Processing leaves something to be desired
Cheap, Oscillating Plastic Plugs: Treating the device is an insult. But it is the internal values that make the difference. Despite the cheap processing, Pearl-Hub prevailed at the end of the day, at least thanks to its separate power supply. You really get a lot of support for your money here.