Self Destruct USB Hub Review

Posted: Nov 10 2006, 3:14pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:20am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

Self Destruct USB Hub Review
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USB hubs are typically just plain old boxy blue or black affairs with USB ports thrown on the front that don’t even begin to look cool. For a long time we did not have much of a choice when it came to the way our USB hubs looked, now we do!

This four port USB 2.0 hub looks like the dooms day button in the Presidents office or bedroom. All the buttons hide a very good functioning USB hub making this hub as much show, as it is go.Review excerpt: "The geeky crew over at the Japanese site has this cool little USB 2.0 hub they ominously call the Self Destruct USB Hub. Even the packaging looks dangerous with all the Japanese writing and the big skull and cross bones warning you to run like a little girl five seconds after pressing The Button." Read the full review here and watch also our video review.

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