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Fruit and Vegetable USB hubs

Posted in USB by Tam Yue on May 14th, 2014

Fruit and vegetable usb hubsCheck out these fruit and vegetables USB 2.0 hubs. They come from Dospara and each one has four USB 2.0 ports.

You have your pick between; mango, banana, peanut, a large or small eggplant, pepper or a carrot. Each one supports either Windows or Mac operating systems and is also backed by a two week warranty. For 499 Yen (or $5 each) you can have one or all to add a little pzazz to your work space. Maybe you could put them next to your grapes.

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Doctor Who Tardis USB Hub

Posted in USB by Reuben Drake on July 21st, 2011

Doctor Who fans will love this USB hub. It features a flashing lantern on top and Tardis sound effects. You may not find the Doctor and his companion inside, but it will prove very useful sitting on your desk.

It will cost you about £23. Hopefully it won’t suddenly de-materialize and go on it’s own adventure, but if it does I’m sure it will be back soon. After all, Earth seems to be home base for the Doctor these days.

Thanko Notebook Desk with USB hub and LED lights

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 17th, 2011

Thanko has introduced an ugly looking notebook desk that makes up for it’s lack of style by coming equipped with a USB hub, a laptop cooling fan and some shiny LED lights.

The built-in USB hub has 4 USB 2.0 ports, while the LED lights are powered by four batteries or USB bus power. Folks in Japan, who don’t mind a bit of ugly in their gadgets can buy the new Thanko notebook desk for about $50.

Robot USB Hubs with USB ports in their arms & legs

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on May 18th, 2010

These awesome retro robots are actually Robot USB Hubs. Each has four usb ports, one on each of their arms and legs. They also feature LED eyes which show you the power status when they’re connected. These USB Robots are available in six different colors and designs, like pink, red, black, light blue, gray and yellow.

They are only $18.95 each. They’re pretty cute. If you buy more then one, make sure they don’t start plotting your demise behind your back. I love robots, so I’ll be getting several of these myself.

U+ USB Hub scans for viruses, demons

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on May 1st, 2010

Having anti-virus software on your computer is essential. You also have to worry about getting a virus on your removable storage nowadays too, so designers have come up with this U+ USB Hub concept.

It’s a USB hub in the shape of a cross, that offers an antivirus scanner, allowing you to scan your flash drives, ensuring that the infection doesn’t spread from there. It should also keep you safe from vampires and demons.

Cylindrus Magic hat USB hub

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2010

This hat won’t allow you to pull an Easter rabbit out of it, but it does contain a USB hub. As the image shows, you can create your own rabbit ears using wires.

At long last struggling magicians have their own USB hub. Which is good news for them, because up until now their greatest trick has been making their own careers disappear. This might get them back in the game now that they have office jobs, allowing them to turn their cubicle into an office magic show. The cables magically plug into the hat.

24-Port USB Hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on December 31st, 2009

If you’re like me you have way too many USB gadgets and not enough spare ports. Well, for those who like to rock your USB ports, here’s a 24 port solution. Now you’ll have room for all of your drives, humping dog toys and Christmas lights.

It comes bundled with an AC adapter too. The 24-Port USB Hub will set you back $69.99. If you still don’t have enough USB ports, then you have too many toys and are obviously not getting any work done.

USB hub with switches

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2009

USB hub with switchesThis USB hub may look different, even retro, but it’s just a standard USB hub. Well, yes and no. It does let you know which USB cable is connected just by looking at it, thanks to an LED which lights up.

Each connection has it’s own switch, so you’ll have full control over whether it’s connected or not. It’s pretty cool just because it looks like it came out of the 1970′s. $88 seems a bit steep, but hey, we’re talking switches and LEDS.

ROCCAT Apuri USB hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2009

ROCCAT Apuri USB hubLooking for a USB hub that’s futuristic and unique? The ROCCAT Apuri USB hub may be the one. It features four easily accessible USB 2.0 ports. The device stands on three legs, making it look like a robot from the future.

It’s high profile also lets you manage cables cleanly and to complete the whole futuristic vibe, there’s even an LED light that beams down from the underside. It’s blue glow matches ROCCAT’s other peripherals nicely. The futuristic Apuri will cost about $47.

USB Hub looks like a Power Strip

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2009

USB Hub looks like a Power StripRemember Buffalo’s USB hub that looks like a power strip? Here’s another, cooler looking 4 port hub. So if you like your hubs to look like power strips you have another option. It will cost you $15.

Next we’ll be seeing adapters for your usb tips to make them look like power cord ends, that plug into the hub, which would make the illusion complete.

Snoopy Flying Ace USB hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2009

Snoopy Flying Ace USB hubIf you are a Snoopy/Peanuts fan, you’ll want to add this Snoopy Flying Ace USB hub to your desktop collection. You probably already have a Snoopy laptop anyway. Just plug the Snoopy USB hub into your computer’s USB port and Snoopy and his plane will start moving.

You can pretend he’s fighting the Red Baron, despite the fact that there’s no Red Baron. And the fight will take place entirely in your imagination and on your desk and not in the sky. In fact the thing looks silly, moving up and down like a kid’s ride outside of a department store. But if you like such things it will cost you $58.67 USD. Video below.

Oregon Scientific USB hub and World Travel Clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2009

Oregon Scientific USB hub and World Travel ClockHere’s a device that is very useful to world travelers. With the Oregon Scientific USB Hub and World Travel Clock, you’ll always know what time it is. You’ll also always have some spare USB ports. You can set an alarm on the inverted LCD display and get the time in 25 different cities.

The USB hub provides a series of 4 USB ports that you can use when connected to a PC or laptop. If this soothes your travel weary bones, it will cost you just $29.99.

Cambrionix 49-port USB Hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 24th, 2009

Cambrionix 49-port USB HubThese days four port, even ten port USB hubs just aren’t cutting it. We have too many cool USB toys. This is what you need. Cambrionix’s 49-port USB 2.0 hub. Casual users need not apply. This one is for pro geeks.

Mostly it’s for professional test labs and businesses, but secretly it’s for our many toys littering the desk. It runs off an ATX-2 power supply that brings 500mA of power to all 49 ports. Just be prepared. It will cost you a stunning £399.

Elecom 10-Port USB hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2009

Elecom 10-Port USB hubChances are your laptop only came with three or four USB 2.0 ports. You probably have more USB toys than ports. You could always opt for an octopus USB Hub or a Star Wars droid USB hub, but If you want something a little more conservative, with even more ports, this one is for you.

The U2H-Z10S 10-port USB hub from Elecom. The slim USB hub even comes with a magnet so you can place it almost anywhere out of your way. You can pre-order the Elecom 10-port USB hub for 9,500 Yen or $101. Whichever you have. It’s all good.

R2-Q5 USB hub

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2009

R2-Q5 USB hubSure, the obvious choice would be to buy an R2-D2 USB hub, but this guy is cool because he has that dark side look. Serious nerds know who he is already, despite the fact that R2-Q5 was only in the movie for like 2 seconds.

To the rest of you, all you need to know is that R2 was painted black and given a new name so that George Lucas could keep himself in flannel for another million years while he writes scripts in his crypt and while wearing pajamas and hugging a Jar Jar plush toy.



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