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Date: March 9th, 2008
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Ultra
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CONCLUSIONS & AFTERTHOUGHTS



Whether you like it or not, if you are big into the use of external peripherals, you will sooner or later being taking a hard look at a USB hub in your future. There will never be enough USB connections on your motherboard and realistically, who wants to have a rats nest of USB cable running to and from the front and rear of your computer when with one neat connection you can have seven components connected with no problems.


Other than a feasible way to keep this hub grounded to the desktop, this product is a no-brainer and should be on short list if you are a computer user much like myself which seems to have every USB accessory connected at one time. It is one of those rare components that is just as useful for the average consumer as it is for a computer enthusiast.


Pros:


- Inexpensive
- Two computer operation
- Simple to use
- Easy Setup
- Availability


Cons:


- Needs something to attach it to your desktop.

 

 

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