CPAs and others who are constantly fighting with numbers will appreciate this Mouse Pad that also works as a 10-digit calculator that includes M+, M-, MRC calculation and has an on/off switch when only the pad is needed. It will light up in the wee small hours of the morning and can be used as a USB 1.1 port hub. The device will work by LR44 battery (included) or 5V adapter (not included) and has a price of $17.99.
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Night owls can work without bothering the rest of the family with this USB 2.0 Hub with flashlight. Push the button on the bottom and out pop 3 ports and 2 built-in bright white LEDs. At a size of 158 x 35 x 22mm, the hub is adjustable to multiple angles and can double as a flashlight or reading light when traveling with an on/off switch. The device is available for a mere $14.00.
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Replace those Post-its with this erasable memo pad that doubles as a 3-port hub. It also adds a touch of therapy as the light changes colors. At a size of 113 x 94 x 28mm, the Moody Hub is connectible by USB 2.0 and supports Windows 95/98SE/ME/2000/XP/VISTA. The hub will set you back $14.00 and comes with its own erasable pen. We are guessing that your local hardware store could provide you with a replacement when the first one wears out.
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Thanko has released their new CoolPad, bound to keep your laptop mildly chilled. But it doesn’t stop there. In addition to being a fan for your notebook or netbook, it also has a 3-port USB hub and additional data storage with its integrated 2.5-inch SATA HDD slot. GeekStuff4U will be offering the CoolPad sometime soon but so far, no mention of the device on the site or its price.
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Plug the Darth Vader 4-port hub in to your USB Hub and he is more than just a common device. His eyes glow, he moves his head, and he breathes in that nasty way. The animated Star Wars baddie will be coming out in August and you can pre-order at Geek Stuff 4U for $67.72. An R2-D2 version will also available for those who don’t like consorting with the Dark Side for the same price. You can also order the pair of them for $119.68.
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If you worship Homer Simpson—and in particular his questionable work ethic—check out this fun USB hub. Not only can you plug 4 USB
peripherals in it, just press the button and Homey spins around in his chair yelling “Woo Hoo!”. Classic! A must-have for the Homer fanatic. The base is 4” in diameter, and the hub is 5.5” tall. We love it, but think it’s a little pricey at $48 USD. But that probably won’t matter to the most hardcore “Simpsons” fans.
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Logitech’s new AudioHub is a one-piece speaker system for your notebook that will also systematize your miscellaneous personal gadgets with a 3-port USB 2.1 hub. With its custom-tuned, 3-chamber design and subwoofer, it puts out 15 watts RMS. The AudioHub comes with a removable stand and works with Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X or higher. A 2 ft. affixed and 4 ft. extension cable are included in its $99.00 price. Register on Logitech’s site if you want to get in on the musical action.
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In this episode of Unboxing Live, we open up the Belkin USB Plus Hub. This one sports 7 USB ports, two of which are on top, along with a slick look. It also has an internal weight and padding on the underside to keep it from tipping over or sliding around on your desk. Get a look at the Belkin USB Plus Hub in the video.
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No matter how you use or wear it, leather is always a hallmark of quality and distinction, which is why we love this very sophisticated-looking mouse and USB hub, from Earth Trek. The mouse is the two-button style, with handy scroll wheel. The four-port USB hub looks exactly like the mouse, sans buttons and wheel. We wanted to suggest either one as a great Father’s Day gift, but strangely, pricing and availability could not be found on the Earth Trek website, which is based in Hong Kong. We still hope these elegant accessories make their way to US shores soon…
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