Foldable USB hub from Museum of Modern Art really is modern art
The average computer doesn’t come with near enough USB ports, particularly when you consider all the glorious
tat peripherals that Brando offer for your USB needs. A hub is a great way to expand the number of ports you have, and this foldable hub from The Museum of Modern Art is an attractive way to do so.
It’s got one upstream port and four downstream, allowing you to plug in four other peripherals, such as an iPod, keyboard, digital camera, and perhaps a virtual friend if you’re feeling a tad bit lonely. PC and Mac compatible, it costs $25, or $22.50 to MoMA members.
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