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So you say you already have a hub with what, 4, 7, 16 ports? Obviously you’re not serious about your USB needs otherwise you’d have this 24-port monster! Coming at at roughly 6″ wide and a inch and a half tall, the majority of the ports are piggy-backed on each other around the diameter, with the two final ports sitting on top. Each port has over-current protection and 480 Mbps transfer speeds. You can choose to either power the hub via computer or use the included AC/DC wall adapter, which also allows for peripheral charging without the need for a computer. The hub is both PC & Mac compatible and does not need additional drivers or software. You can pick up your own Mega 24-port hub through ThinkGeek for about $50.
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with its charging ability, it could be useful in a gadget bag as a overnight charging station.
I says “does need need additonal drivers or software” – should that be “does not need …” ?
negative-negative rule changed to positive-positve: does need need = does not need 😉
Gack! Thank you, Sean, it should read “does not need.” Post updated.
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