The smallest possible 7-port USB 2.0 hub. I mean, look at it!Designed by Muxtronics, Ships from Netherlands
What is it? Quite simply the smallest possible 7-port USB 2.0 hub. It is part of my range of NanoHub products, which includes a 2-, 4- and 7-port hub as well as a 2-port hub with connectors (while ...Read More…
Quite simply the smallest possible 7-port USB 2.0 hub. It is part of my range of NanoHub products, which includes a 2-, 4- and 7-port hub as well as a 2-port hub with connectors (while still being ridiculously tiny) and a USB 3.1 hub with or without connectors. If you need a USB hub and it has to be small, I think you found the right store!
The NanoHub family is entirely open-source. Take a look at the extensive documentation in the link to the right of this text to learn more!
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PostNL: Untracked standard shipping (Non-EU)
2-6 weeks typical delivery time
PostNL: Registered Post (non-EU)
Typically takes 2-6 weeks to deliver Tracking only applies to: Entire EU, Russia, Cyprus, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Singapore, Croatia, Taiwan (Chinese Taipei), Gibraltar, Malaysia, Turkey, Malta, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, China, Moldova, United States of America, Nigeria, Switzerland, Indonesia, Iran. Other countries may have no or partial tracking. If you wish to have you package tracked up to your destination and you do NOT live in the EU or one of the countries listed above, please contact me.
DHL: DHL Express Small Parcel
Next-day delivery in most countries!
$3.00 $ $3.00
$60.00 $ $60.00
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$16.00 $ $16.00
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