Just make sure it has a micro USB connector, not a mini one.
I"m purchasing a 13 port USB hub with 3A power supply and each port is indiviually switched.
Your link gives me a 404 error but I wanted to check something with you.
If you are thinking of powering the Pi from the Hub, that is fine (in fact it is what I do), but you would have to be able to switch off both the output to the Pi's USB Micro, AND the uplink USB input to the hub from the Pi's USB output.
This is because if you switch off the hub port that is connected to the Pi's USB micro power input, it would still draw some power from the other USB lead backfeeding the power. This will then fail as the fuses on the the Pi will cut out at around 300mA causing the Pi to continually shutdown and partially reboot.
If powering completely from the hub, the easy option is just to pull the hubs PSU when you want to shut down.