Gaming PC enthusiasts have been trying to get their hands on new graphics cards to no avail, but there are other PC parts out there. NZXT is reminding us of that with its new internal USB hub. That might not seem like the sexiest PC item on the market, but it advertises a way to easily hide more inputs in your build.
Now available for $22.99 on the NZXT site, this third iteration of the hub brings four internal USB 2.0 ports and one to go into the motherboard. It has the choice of built-in magnets or double-sided tape to give users options on how they want to tuck it into their case. The final upgrade is a switch to SATA power for more stable delivery.
If you’re in the market for a new PC or parts, NZXT just upgraded its cooling and made its own brand of motherboard. Getting a full NZXT build can be pricey, but could also be worth it if aesthetic is your thing.
Meanwhile, as the industry gears up for The Game Awards, learn how Pokemon Go is unexpectedly tying into the event. Or if you’re looking for something more risque, get a glimpse of someone leaking the adult material in Cyberpunk 2077.
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