is displaying its Mini USB Hub that it first announced at last month’s PC Expo. The hub will ship later this month.
With a footprint of a credit card, the mini-hub is smaller than the so called “travel” or “mobile” hubs, yet has four ports and provides all of the performance of much larger desktop hubs, including support for self- and bus-powered USB devices, company spokesperson Bill Gram-Reefer said.
The USB mini-hub will have a manufacturers suggested retail price of US$49. It will be available in a silver or black case. The hub includes a built-in USB cable that’s stored within the Mini Hub’s case for travel.
And Keyspan is showing other products at the show. The company continues its open beta test of Mac OS X drivers for its serial to USB adapters. You can download the drivers from the
Keyspan Mac OS X support site. Keyspan has also released new Mac OS X drivers for its Digital Media Remote. They, too, can be found at the support site.