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USB hub with paper-clip holder launches

USB hub with paper-clip holder launches

By 7 September 2009

We don't know about you, but a peripheral has to earn its space on our over-crowded desks by offering as many useful features as possible. Our somewhat occasional use of the humble paper-clip then would not necessarily mean this new device is a shoe-in,... >>

Gadget4All offers winking penguin USB hub

Gadget4All offers winking penguin USB hub

By 31 July 2009

Another novelty hub for your amusement or derision, depending on which side of the USB tat fence you sit on, Gadget4All is offering a new penguin-themed effort. The USB 2.0 hub gets four ports, plug and play operation, weighs in at 55 grams and measures... >>

Cannon-shaped USB hub launches

Cannon-shaped USB hub launches

By 25 June 2009

Sadly this does not fire flash drives at your fellow office-dwellers, but it does make a sound is if it was. Upon connecting the device to a USB port, there will be a 3-second clear artillery sound effect, promises Gadget4All. Perfect for all Sealed Knotters... >>

Brando offers USB solar charging hub

Brando offers USB solar charging hub

By 15 June 2009

Brando has turned to the mighty power of the Sun with its latest launch - the USB solar charging four-port hub. Not just a hub for connecting up USB-equipped peripherals to your PC, the gadget also gets a solar panel and six phone connectors that can... >>

Brando offers flower-themed USB hub

Brando offers flower-themed USB hub

By 8 June 2009

The sun keeps rising, the world keeps turning and Brando keeps churning out USB gadgets with a novelty twist. Up today is a flower-themed effort with the launch of a new four-port USB hub that looks vaguely reminiscent of a pot of four tulips (or maybe... >>

LaCie launches Core4 and Core7 USB hubs

LaCie launches Core4 and Core7 USB hubs

By 26 May 2009

LaCie has announced two new USB hubs - the LaCie Core4 and LaCie Core7 - as designed by industrial designer Sam Hecht. Said to be modelled after Hecht's LaCie Little Disk, the hubs incorporate built-in cables and claim a "clean, thin, and elegant exterior".... >>

USB shell-shaped hub launches

USB shell-shaped hub launches

By 14 May 2009

We've seen novelty USB hubs in every shape and size, many of which we wish we hadn't. USBFever is the latest to step up to the wish-we-hadn't plate with a new launch that's shell-shaped. Perhaps aimed at those that wish they were feeling the sand between... >>

Gadget4All offers hub with built-in torch

Gadget4All offers hub with built-in torch

By 12 May 2009

You know what your USB hub is lacking don't you? That's right - illumination. While you sit there with your paltry peripheral utterly light-less, Gadget4All is merrily flogging these beauties to better informed consumers. As well as that "flashlight",... >>

Skull-shaped hub launches

Skull-shaped hub launches

By 5 May 2009

Particularly 'orrible, USBFever is offering a skull-shaped peripheral for your desk. A four-port hub for connecting up your USB gadgets to your PC, the skull's concave design also means it can be used as a charming storage tray. On sale now, the grisly... >>

USB football hub launches

USB football hub launches

By 16 April 2009

Are you "soccer mad"? If you're a footie fan in the market for a USB hub, then Gadget4All claims to have the hub for you. Their football-shaped effort offers four USB ports to connect your peripherals up to your PC and a touch-to-open design that's said... >>