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USB woes: the Easy USB - FrostyTech.com USB woes: the Easy USB
Fri Jun 15, 2001 | 4:54A| PermaLink
Just about new motherboard these days comes with two extra USB ports. Usually connected to a USB header on the motherboard and exposed via an empty PCI slot at the back of the machine, these extra ports are in the worst place possible. The two standard USB ports in the port cluster on the back of a PC often get used for printers, mice, keyboards-things you tend not to unplug often. However, if you're plugging more than two devices into your computer, you're likely running digital cameras, media players, or other devices that are unplugged on a much more regular basis. If you have those extra devices, do you really want the hassle of having to reach around the back of your case every time you want to remove them? I didn't think so. Antec has a quick solution for your auxiliary USB woes: the Easy USB. Does it do the trick? Is it worth the cash? Can TR do a review without any graphs? Let's find out.
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