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Manhattan 28 Port MondoHub – more USB ports than a Zambian A Class Destroyer


Sometimes a measly 4 port USB hub is simply not enough. It’s not enough for the singing goldfish, or for the heated rabbit slippers or the glow-in-the-dark steam train with a photo of Bruce Willis embedded on the roof. Sometimes you need more slots, lots and lots of slots.

If you’re that person, then you’ll be oh so grateful for this Manhattan 28 Port MondoHub, a monster of a USB hub that features 24 USB 2.0 and 4 USB 3.0 ports, each with their own on/off switch and overcharge protected hot swappable functionality.

This, dear reader, is the Beyonce of USB hubs. We have to confess that in the past we have indeed been addicted to the allure of more and more USB gadgets, and to our shame we’ve happily run 14 ports simultaneously with gadgets and toys attached. But we’re over that now. Down to just seven or eight. It was tough going cold turkey, but we managed to cope.


Until now.

Priced at $89.99.


  • Sorry, am I the only one to think this is pointless?

    If more than a few ports were active they would be as slow as anything. 28 ports all plugging into ONE port on the system!!!!

    I have 4 USB3.0 external HDDS plugged into a 10 port, if I tried to copy from 2 HDDS to 2 HDDS the resultant speed is terrible. :(

    • Is there really a speed limit? I thought the 28 max was a power limit? I’ve had tons of cables plugged into one socket and never really noticed a performance issue, but then again I wasn’t exactly doing benchmarks or anything. :)

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