HooToo Hub Usb-C

Much More Than A Usb Hub

Have you ever wondered how important these days, having a small unit on hand able to support different operations? Think of the power bank, which by simple external batteries for Smartphones have evolved into small media centres, access point and hub for sharing files among multiple devices simultaneously.

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How to Use HooToo USB Hubs

The back of the body is slightly rubberized, an intelligent thought to ensure the device can adhere to any surface without scratching–or scratched. Despite the excellent achievement, from my point of view the HUB Shuttle suffers from two major drawbacks. First of all, the packaging with no bag for storing the HUB securely; considering the target audience can benefit from the device, the absence of a travel pouch is almost inexplicable. Continue reading

The Hub for MacBook

This morning I was answering some comments arrived at night on my review of the MacBook, and I looked up the banner of a USB HUB-c. I clicked to learn more and I found that it was a KickStarter project started on 5 May. The objective was to 35 thousand dollars, but they have already reached 325 thousand and will come much higher given that the campaign will end next June 15. The Hub + by Nanda is actually a very promising project, which integrates in a single device with many doors and features. Not least was created with great care in design and ordering you can choose the color of the aluminum to match perfectly with our MacBook.

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Easyacc USB Super Speed USB 3.0 4 Port Hub

USB 3.0 hub light, small, portable, elegant (anodized aluminum) perfect to keep near the Mac and convenient to carry in your bag along with the laptop. USB hubs are now very common objects, each room to expand the USB ports of the computer. Most PCs and Laptops normally has a few USB ports; using this accessory, you can expand the possibilities for connecting USB devices such as hard drives, keyboards, printers and scanners. The hub H40 to EasyAcc that we got to try is a lightweight object (95 grams) and small (92x66x33mm); does not take up too much space on your desk, it is elegant to keep close to a desktop computer, but also convenient to carry in the pocket of the bag together with a laptop.

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