An external Numpad that also acts as a USB hub and a shortcut keyboard!

Now here’s an external numpad with some real purpose. Rather than just being your run-of-the-mill 21 key number pad, Voamoko’s Type-C Numeric Keypad’s design shows that it really knows and understands its end-user. The portable, external number pad plugs to your laptop or desktop, turning into a powerhouse of functionality. It packs extra USB ports on its rim to function as an accessible USB hub you can plug your pen-drives into, or even charge your phone with. Moreover, it comes with a few extra keys that let you instantly trigger functions like searching (useful for those incredibly long documents and spreadsheets), as well as apps like the calculator, to make number-crunching faster and more convenient.

Designed for professional use, whether you’re an auditor, programmer or analyst, Voamoko’s Numeric Keypad does more to enable your workflow than a regular number pad would. Plus, it can charge your phone too!

Designer: Voamoko

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Sony says its USB hub is the world’s fastest SD card reader

It's hard to spice up USB hubs when they're practically ubiquitous. Sony's solution? Make it indispensable to pro photographers. The company's newly announced MRW-W3 hub is billed as the "world's fastest" UHS-II SD (and microSD) card reader, suppo...

Fallout 4 T-51 Sugar Bombs Power Armor USB Hub: Power for the Wasteland and Beyond

The Fallout-inspired charging hub is for the vault dweller that has a lot of gadgets but wants a taste of the wasteland world outside. It’s a very cool replica of a suit of power armor from the game, just much tinier and lighter. There’s no fusion core required to power it up.

This hub really is the bomb. It’s the perfect office accessory for Fallout fans and the Sugar Bombs cereal theme makes it extra cool. But aside from being a good looking replica of the T-51 with its power armor station, it’s also a USB hub with four ports.

If you add an AC adapter you can plug it into a wall outlet and it will charge up to four of your devices at the same time. The rest of the time it’s just a cool desktop figure that you can admire. The headlamp even lights up when unit is plugged in and flashes when charging.

The Fallout 4 T-51 Sugar Bombs Power Armor USB Hub measures 8″ tall, and its base is 6-1/4″ square. It’s available now over at ThinkGeek for $89.99.

Eight Tech Essentials for the Modern Home Office

More and more people nowadays are opting to work at home instead of going to an office. Whether by telecommuting or doing remote jobs as a freelancer, the trend is rapidly gaining ground with the current generation of workers. Having the comforts and conveniences of home while working is an […]

With 28 Ports, This Is the Only USB Hub You’ll Ever Need

Are you always running out of USB ports? The 28-port MondoHub Master USB Hub gives your more ports than you’ll ever need. It’s perfect for loading up multiple flash drives, or connecting lots of devices to your PC or Mac.

We’ve all been in that situation when we have countless devices to plug in but only one free USB port. This hub includes 24 USB 2.0 ports, and an additional 4 USB 3.0 ports for lightning-fast data transfer. It also includes automatic overcurrent protection, so you’ll never have to worry about overworking the hub.

Get MondoHub Master USB Hub, the only USB hub you need on your desk. It’s just $54.99(USD) in the Technabob Shop.

Deal: Never Run out of Ports with the MondoHub Master USB Hub

Do you need to connect a ton of USB devices? Want to copy files to a ton of Flash drives at once? The MondoHub has got you covered. This monster of a USB hub adds a total of 28 USB ports to any computer.



The MondoHub converts a single USB 3.0 port into 24 USB 2.0 ports and 4 USB 3.0 ports, and you can switch each port on and off individually. This thing really is one USB hub to rule them all.


Drop by the Technabob Shop now, and grab the MondoHub for just $55.99(USD) – a 30% savings off the MSRP.

Are 49 Ports On A USB Hub Enough?


Like cupholders, you apparently can never have too many ports on a USB hub, although it’s hard to see how you might ever want more than the 49 that Brando is offering. We imagine this monstrosity is aimed at IT departments who might have to charge the entire office’s inventory of phones or tablets or anything else USB-charged. It’s capable of reliably outputting 0.5A-1.5A at each port without overheating or becoming a fire hazard; you will have to purchase your own ATX power supply for it however, and it’s recommended that you get a 60A 5V supply if you hope to output 1.2A to each of the 49 ports simultaneously. And even though it is totally meant for a commercial/industrial use, at $174 it’s not entirely out of range for the home consumer.


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