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Ok, you caught us: we lied to you all. The USB Squid is not a real squid, as squids have 8 legs and 2 tentacles. Heck, it's not even an octopus - they have 8 arms. The USB Squid has four arms, so it's sort of more a quadropus. But it more than makes up for its name with the special function of its arms. Just plug the USB Squid into your last USB port, and now you have four USB ports.The biggest difference between the USB Squid and other USB Hubs is the USB Squid's arms can bend in any direction (so all your USB cords don't have to be coming from the same place!) And this USB connector is compliant with USB 2.0 standards. Let's see a real squid do that!
Fully compliant with USB 2.0 standards including complete backwards compatibility with USB 1.1. As additional feature each port has it's own individual over-current protection to ensure your expensive camera or phone will never be at risk from a wayward motherboard.
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No problems with this all works as should. It has a red led on top to let you know it' working so the whole head glows as a result, So very unusual at night. All in all useful and a bit of fun for a low price.Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! by r m 28/01/2012
Delivery exceptionally fast, item bought for my granddaughter who loves it.works perfectly and very very useful and extremely quirky and funRating: 3 of 5 Stars! by alan barker25/09/2011
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