Satechi 7-Port USB 3.0 Aluminum Hub

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Throughout my relatively short life, there is one lesson that I have learnt – never argue with a lady whenever she is mulling over whether to pick up that particular pair of shoes or handbag, never mind that she already has umpteenth pair of shoes and countless handbags back home. Assuming you are a geek, you might want to take your “revenge”, so to speak, in a more subtle manner by telling here that when it comes to gadgets, there are just certain items on your list that you will never compromise in not purchasing those – and one of them would definitely be a USB hub. After all, you can never have enough USB ports lying around to plug in your ever growing collection of USB-powered devices, so you might as well get the best USB hub possible at that particular point in time, no? Enter the Satechi 7-Port USB 3.0 Aluminum Hub that would certainly not look out of place in any home or office.

One thing of note though – Apple users would seem to be more suited for the Satechi 7-Port USB 3.0 Aluminum Hub, since it has the kind of external looks that are ideal for the Mac and MacBook. Boasting a sleek, compact design and additional connectivity for multiple USB-based devices that will include (but are not limited to) flash drives, printers, digital cameras, and external hard drives among others, the Satechi 7-Port USB 3.0 Aluminum Hub sports a slim, strip shape design which takes up as little room as possible on your desk, and the way it is laid out makes life a cinch when you want to plug in or remove devices in a jiffy.

Do bear in mind that the plug and play 7-Port USB 3.0 Aluminum Hub would be accompanied by its own power supply, where that would deliver speedy data rates of up to 5Gbps, which is 10 times faster compared to USB 2.0, making it a snap to transfer photos, music, and HD movies. If you are interested, the Satechi 7-Port USB 3.0 Aluminum Hub will come in a white or black trim where it will be sold for an introductory price of $54.99.

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