If you are looking to add some colors to your laptop setup, be it for gaming or for work, the new Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma and the Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2 are the accessories of choice.
If you bring a USB hub around, then you will face the nagging issue of cable mess. There are USB hubs that feature an integrated cable, but that’s just one cable. What about the rest of the cables that you need? However, it won’t be the case with OmniCase USB Hub with Electronic Organizer, the …
If you are a person who prefer to have the power strip on your desk, then you are going to love the Torras PowerCloud. Torras PowerCloud is a power strip and a USB hubs rolled into one. And it is not just not any USB hubs. It stakes claim as the world’s power strip with …
The sleek minimal design of Mac mini is not without a major trade off and that trade off is the lack of ports. Sure, you could use any USB hubs, but not without marring your clean and beautiful setup. This is where Satechi Type-C Aluminum Stand & Hub for Mac mini comes in.
Traveling with gadgets entails a few things like, you know, travel adapter, power brick, power bank and given how today’s laptop lack of ports, maybe even a USB hub. It can be pretty overwhelming. This is what Shenzhen-based company, ZIRUX aimed to solve with ZIRUS Charger X.
Before we get on with it, can I just say that I am on the fence about this whole keyboard/USB hub hybrid product? And so, yes, what you see before you is a mash up of a keyboard and a USB hub called Kolude KD-K1 Keyhub.
It sucks to know that after spending pretty penny on a laptop, you have to spend more to buy accessories like a USB hub because, the laptop is stingy on ports. Or is it only in the case of MacBook? In any case, those with port-starve laptops, HyperDrive GEN2 is here to save the day.
They say nearly everyone who has a smartphone, has a powerful computer in their pocket. I beg to differ. Does this ‘computer’ has Ethernet port? Or USB ports? If it doesn’t, then it isn’t quite a computer, but with Xdapter, a 6-in-1 adapter for smartphones, it could be an actual computer.
What’s the point having a wall charger with tons of USB ports, but charges your devices like a snail? The Xcentz AW-32011 36W Wall Charger have just 2, but the duo are no ordinary USBs. One is an 18W USB-C Power Delivery and one is an 18W USB Quick Charge 3.0.
What good is a power strip if does not protect the equipment that are plugged to it? This is the rationale behind HuntKey Surge Protected Power Strip which protects not one, not two, but all 12 American standard outlets onboard. 12! TBH, I can’t remember the last time we see a power strip with this …