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LEGO USB Hubs Offer Colorful, Stackable Connectivity

by Paul Strauss

Can’t get enough LEGO bricks? Then here’s another accessory for your desktop that you might want to add to your collection.


These USB hubs from Systown bear more than a passing resemblance to LEGO blocks.


Perfect for connecting your LEGO flash drive and LEGO MP3 player to your LEGO Mac Mini, these hubs add 3 extra ports anywhere you need ’em. That is, of course if that anywhere happens to be in Korea, which is currently the only place I can find these for sale. Available from DCX for 15,920 KRW (appx. $12 USD).

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Comments (6):

  1. Glenn says:

    The bottom of the brick/hub must be flat, because none of the pictures show the bottom, or two hubs actually snapped together.

    • technabob says:

      Yeah, I guess when I said “stackable” I thought you could place them on top of each other but didn’t think about the fact that they don’t snap together. Time to get out the Crazy Glue!

  2. mandy says:

    i want all colors. here’s my new guilty pleasure http://www.fatkidsfalling.com

  3. barbara says:

    hello, just to tell you that there are also very nice usb keys right here
    http://www.myzipzip.fr or.com


  4. 14wasp says:

    It’s not even the right size :(

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