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
So we are looking at one upstream USB connection, a 4 port USB hub held together by cables along with a dedicated power line (red cap) for those thirsty gadgets. You should note, one of the four USB ports is a mini USB connection.Â All this for just $14 + $3 shipping. USB Cable Hub product page Continue Reading
The USB fever hub, clock, temperature thingy is $16 plus $3 shipping. Continue Reading