The USB Hub allows you to connect multiple USB devices to a single USB port. So if you are struggling for ports to connect your keyboard, mouse, camera, printer, network hub, etc, then a USB Hub is a must. This USB Hub Review looks at the best available from 2008.
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Need more USB slots to connect your Keyboard, Mouse, Digital Camera, Memory Stick, MP3 Player, Camcorder, External Hard Drive, etc? Are you struggling for USB Slots on your PC, constantly having to disconnect and reconnect devices in the one or two slots you have? If so there is a far more cost effective way to obtain additional USB slot capacity than to upgrade your entire system. You should look at buying a USB Hub. Below is our definitive USB Hub review of 2008.
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Targus Desktop 7-Port USB 2.0 Hub
Super lightweight and compact design, a great looking hub.
Brilliant plug and play connectivity for the Home or Business user.
Excellent power levels when running high energy devices.
Connects all devices without conflict, whether heavily dependent on power or not.
The 7 high bandwidth USB ports have best in class data transfer rates.
Has a novel top loading USB slot for quick and easy access.
Tested with some serious power draining devices and comes up trumps almost every time. Did struggle with high powered devices on a couple of laptops - Samsung Q45 and Asus U2E. Devices to watch when run together - Camcorder, External Hard Drive and Media Players.
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Belkin 4-Port USB 2.0 Travel Hub
Best in class for size/weight combination (the size of a credit card).
Excellent for portability with fast connectivity.
Built in cable management eliminates annoying wires hanging around.
Faster transfer rate than LinkSys Compact USB Hub.
Best in class for a USB Hub that you will not notice or feel obstructed by.