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|21st August 2004, 17:31||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Thermaltake XJog USB Fan & Light
"The hub shown above has 2 ports, one on the front and one on the top.
The top port was powered by the power switch between the two ports.
Ideally, the top port would house the light and the bottom port would house the fan. The bottom of the hub has a suction cup and pull bar to aid in keeping the hub secured to the desktop. The USB Hub also came with an acrylic square, I assume to aid in keeping the hub upright if your desk is porous enough to prevent the hub from creating a nice suction."
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