Posts Tagged ‘hub’

The Hub calls itself a  a social enterprise, with the ambition to inspire and support imaginative and enterprising initiatives for a better world. They are involved across four continents and 12 cities,  striving to achieve this goal wherever they may be. The Hub in London offers an exciting working environment,...

This mobile Ethernet hub from Buffalo is undoubtedly the most effortless way to connect notebooks or desktops together in a hotel room or at a camp site. This 2280-yen ($24) accessory is powered by none other than USB which makes the network device very traveler-friendly as there’s no need bulky AC adapter to lug...

With more USB peripherals than we know what to do with—our slim Mac Laptop frequently is plugged up with a mouse, a flash drive, camera cord, iPod Nano and an iPod Shuffle—it can get tough to find ports for it all. A USB hub is a great solution. It’s not a secret solution, either. We’ve already seen rotary phone...

Forget about the Cannon USB Hub – here’s something else that will theoretically (in real life anyways) cause much more damage in terms of payload – the Airplane USB hub. Strangely enough, the Airplane USB hub also sports the same archaic USB 1.1 ports as found on the Cannon hub, although plugging in a USB device will...

This rather industrial looking USB hub distances itself from designer quality counterparts such as ones from LaCie. The latest Buffalo ‘expansion bar’ provides four USB ports, whose power can be controlled individually by a switch. So, if you don’t need that peripheral to operate 24/7, you can save some power and hence...