Don’t know about you, but I’ve been searching for a USB hub with a change tray. It would also be ideal if the hub was in the shape of a turtle.
Oh wait, here we go. Thomas of USBFever answered my prayers. The 4 port high speed 2.0 Hub is a nice addition to your desk where you need a space to store the extra lunch change, post-it notes or small paper clips.
So why is the turtle’s jaw dropping to the floor? It’s an SD card reader for SD, microSD and miniSD flash cards.
The World Fishing Network could use this as a network give-away, the 4 port Fishing USB hub. Besides the fun form factor, this little guy uses it’s two fish eyes to light up when data is being transmitted through the hub.
The 4 port USB hub is only $10.99 plus a couple bucks shipping. Colors include black and purple. For more details or order information please visit USBFever.
USB Fever is looking for some fun with their new USB photo frame shaped like a person and a bobble head type photo frame.
The cute little frame will spin 360 degrees and rotate forward and backward by 60 degrees.
Yes, it’s cute, but also useful. The USB photo frame also doubles as a 4 port USB hub…so you’re not just taking up valuable desk space, but making it a bit useful too. After all, with everything USB, a couple extra ports wouldn’t hurt.
What else doesn’t hurt is the price tag – just $12.99 plus some change for shipping.
Etsy is a website dedicated to helping those who make unique and customized products and looking for an easy channel to sell to the public. Why they don’t use Amazon is a totally different post, but while I was searching their site, I came across this new 4 port USB hub made from a lego.
The 4 port lego hub looks very cool and would be a fun little addition to the office. A bit much in price for the concept of a 4 port USB hub, but given the custom build and stylized look, one could make the argument for the $50 price tag.Product is made by Databrick [great business name] and is available for immediate shipment anywhere in the world.
To help close the deal, check out this ultra boring YouTube video with crazy brackground noise music.
It all boils down to where you connect the magnets. For the most part this magnetic USB hub is best designed to work with office furniture, cabinets and the like. Probably not the best idea to set it on the computer chassis – although it wouldn’t do too much harm.
The idea behind USBFever’s magnetic hub is convenience. Place it where you need it. There are three magnets on the underside of the 4 port hub with enough strength to hold any combination of USB cables and flash drives in place.
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