There are a ton of different USB hubs out there these days. Many pack in the ports but they often do so in a cluttered and wasteful way. With ports that are too close together and connectors that are too bulky, you always end up with at least one wasted port.
Sometimes computer accessories aren't all that attractive. And even though a USB drive or a hub might be perfectly functional and a great piece of equipment, a horrible design always makes itself apparent.
If you have a love of gadgets that require a USB plug-in, you no doubt have bought a USB hub already. But what do you do when there's wires poking out all over the place, cluttering up your desk? That's where the 5-in-1 USB Charging and Data-Sync Cable comes into play.
If your day is kicking off slow and you could use something to perk you up, this horrible mod is definitely worth a laugh. Someone actually made a hub out of a VHS tape. To make things even more comical, they made it glow. Yes, that's right they added LED lights to this very ugly mod.
If you haven't gotten enough of all the random Star Wars accessories, here's two more and these do have a use besides looking cool. These little USB hubs have 4 different ports to keep your gadget addiction going strong.
If you're looking for a USB hub with more than one use, besides being one of the many that just happens to look cool. This little guy is a nice alternative, it not only has 4 different ports but a light as well.
I have always said that I wanted to own a monkey, I'm not sure why, but that was the animal I decided upon. This cute little USB hub is perfect for any girlies that enjoy sassy little monkeys to adorn their very feminine gadgets.
Any fans of the new Transformers movie might be interested in this USB hub with a bit of a geeky twist. It is designed to look like the All Spark, for those living under a rock, that is the artifact they were protecting in the movie.
If you've always wanted a fish trapped in a glowing crystal ball you might be intrigued by this USB hub. Personally, it creeps me out a little, but it does add a fun twist to a normal boring gadget.
With all those USB products out there you’re bound to find that you need a couple extra ports to support everything. I know there are many different kinds of hubs out there but the Cubic 4-Port hub has a certain kind of style that I like.
Cables to Go announced it’s new Wireless USB Hub at CES this week. It allows you or any three host computers within a 30ft range to wireless access any USB devices connected to the hub.