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I'm looking for 10-port, externally powered usb hubs. I can provide all the current at 5V that I'd need though and thus would NOT like it to come with an ac adapter.

Is there anything like this?

A common one sold by different people seems to be: http://amzn.to/1aB89i1 http://amzn.to/1cjfXq1

But the one I got is not consistently being recognized by a linux box (doesn't show up in output of lsusb).

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I can personally recommend your second link, the CE Compass 10. I have used 4 of them, and they work equally well in Windows, Debian, and BAMT.

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I use the Anker 9 Port USB 3.0 Hub. I have 3 of these and they are 100% flawless. Remember you get what you pay for, and these are the best.

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