The device is originally designed for testing USB devices in bulk, which is fine, but I see a fundamental flaw in all this.Â If one Hub chip goes south, the entire board [or portion of it] goes bad as well. Typically a cascade style is fine because if one hub goes bad you simply replace that one hub, but in this case it’s not so easy.Â With an entire PCB board, you need solder rework – that takes time and expense.Â It’s a great concept, but I don’t think it’s very practical.Â Here at GetUSB Continue Reading
Nothing too extraordinary except the shape…you have 4 high speed USB ports, two on each side making it easy to connect your cables, USB sticks and other gadgets. The Skull USB hub retails for $35.Â Shipping is just $3 from Hong Kong.Â GetUSB.info has received plenty of items from USBFever and you get the shipment within 5 business days of placing the order.Â Not bad for $3 shipping cost. Continue Reading
So why is the turtle’s jaw dropping to the floor?Â It’s an SD card reader for SD, microSD and miniSD flash cards.
USB Fever offers the turtle USB hub for $13.99 + $3 shipping. Continue Reading
Lebedev Studio released a prototype USB hub based off a light prism.Â The creativity and look as very cool with a clear communication of how data transfers through the device. To bad the colorful USB cables aren’t available and I believe it’s just a design style not yet available. What do you think? Continue Reading
The 4 port USB hub is only $10.99 plus a couple bucks shipping.Â Colors include black and purple.Â For more details or order information please visit USBFever. Continue Reading
Yes, it’s cute, but also useful.Â 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.Â 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. Source: USB Fever. Continue Reading
The 4 port lego hub looks very cool and would be a fun little addition to the office.Â 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
The idea behind USBFever’s magnetic hub is convenience.Â Place it where you need it.Â 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. The 4 port USB magnetic hub will only set you back 14 USD plus a couple bucks in shipping.Available via USBFever. Continue Reading
The super 16 port USB hub has a switch for setting ports to computer A or B.Â Or you can simply keep all 16 ports designated to a single computer.Â Connect your printer, several cameras, web-cam, your handful of USB drives, USB fan, another USB fan if you overheat easily, maybe a USB mask, or USB wrist pad, and of course a USB aroma drive.Â I think you get the picture. The super hub comes in at $140.Â Fully supports the USB 2.0 specification and has a designated power line to insure optimal performance to all those USB powered gadgets.
Dimensions are: 116 x 67 x 63 (mm) Continue Reading
The Apacer PH151 uses a miniUSB connection to the host computer [via cable] and then provides two vertical ports and two horizontal ports.Â To me, once you’ve put a cable to the hub, it doesn’t matter what shape it’s in.Â Just stick your device in and go.Â The clear advantage with this design, is increasing Continue Reading