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04. 01. 2008

Rota-Star USB 2.0 hub

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I don't know if it's because I haven't had a desktop computer in nearly 10 years (I can't wean myself off of notebooks and UMPCs), but I have absolutely no use for a USB hub. My current notebook, a Sony Vaio TZ, is equipped with only two USB 2.0 ports and I've never had a need or even wished for another one.

That's why I had no idea there was so much innovation going on in the world of USB hubs. This Rota-Star hub from Gadget4All.com, for example, features twistable ports that can be turned 180 degrees to form a handful of shapes and designs. Wow!

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Available now for $12.

Posted by Jenn    Category: accessories | computers | devices
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