What to Consider When Choosing a USB Hub to Charge Your Classroom Devices

Nowadays, a USB port is one of the most common and convenient means of charging wireless devices. USB, short for Universal Serial Bus, is a standard type of connection found on a wide range of devices. Not only does USB allow users to connect many forms of hardware (keyboards, external hard drives) to a host device, but it also provides a charging mechanism for other forms of wireless devices. In fact, many tablet, Chromebook, and notebook devices are increasingly relying on USB connections for the purpose of charging.

To support an increased demand for USB connections, USB hubs were created. These solutions are similar to everyday extension cords but instead of providing the typical three- or two-prong plugs, they provide a number of USB ports. This means that hubs are especially useful for school IT directors or other users who wish to charge a large volume of devices simultaneously.

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