Roccat Apuri - Active USB Hub with Mouse Bungee Review

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Roccat Apuri - Active USB Hub with Mouse Bungee rated Great by 3dGameMan.com

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Sponsored by: Roccat Studios
Review category: Input Devices
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The Roccat Apuri is a USB hub that also doubles as a Mouse Bungee. It's any other USB2 hub in the sense of performance, but the Apuri has looks and design to boot. It come with 4 USB2 ports and when used with the power adapter it provides 2A on each port. It can be used passively, but the USB cable only provides 500mA per USB port. The mouse bungee works well at keeping the cable out of the way, but can be removed it so desired.


 

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I prefer this type of lamp especially for reading and writing proposes, though one can use it for many reasons but best to use it on the table.

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i have this thing for 2 years now and its great the usb hub is very useful aswell

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HUB NEEDS...
USB 3.0 and LED I/O switch

Old School Bungee:

These are also great as adjustable speaker arms (if you mount them to your wall or desk).

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LOL... Yea, that lamp has many uses.

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I'd buy one if they upgrade to USB3 but for a simple bungee and a 2.0 hub, it needs works as 40$ is not my price...

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Main reason I gave this a GREAT rating and not a KICKASS+ was the price and it's not USB3.

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Yeah, its a neat idea and looks alright but if you ask me, your spending about 20 dollars on style alone, not something I'd ever consider, usb hubs just don't have as wide of a market as most computer accessories do so to have a $40 price tag will only further limit the market on the product but this is just my opinion.

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