If you're reading this as a fellow PS4 owner, then you are facing similar problems I did with having only 2 USB ports. I needed ports for my external hard drive, controller/motion wands for charging, as well as the PSVR.I purchased this, and the product is as shown. It's very very light weight, and fits in the palm of your hand, so it's not bulky by any means. But the lack of weight can have it easily move around, which isn't a deal breaker for me.My 1st night using the product was a failure. Put my PS4 into rest mode, and the device was plugged into the 1st USB port. My controller did not charge, and awaking the next day had me believing it was defective. But I failed to realize that apparently there is a difference between the PS4 USB ports. Last night I plugged the device into the 2nd USB port on the PS4, and I awoke to find it worked flawlessly and as expected. I don't know why it would shut the device down when I've always been using the 1st port with just the cable for charging in rest mode, but it did. So be sure you use the 2nd USB port for this hub device.I now use the 1st PS USB port for my hard drive. Another review stated they had to turn the PSVR on before their PS4, but I literally just turned on my headset and could see my home page just fine while my PS4 was already on. However, if you encounter an issue, I would suggest turning on the PSVR head set 1st.So, as of now, I'm quite happy with this device. My external hard drive is connected to the PS4 directly as I perfer, and the product hub is in port #2. I have my cable to charge my controller, and two more slots for the motion wands, and finally the last spot has my VR connection.But as with any product, from anywhere, you could be unlucky and obtain a faulty one. But if it's not defective because of manufacturing, it definitely works like us PS4 users need.As for X Box, or PC, I can't comment, but I don't see why it wouldn't work any differently to our fellow brethren.