New modem features USB hub

The latest modem product from Sirius Technologies boasts an incorporated USB hub, depending on which way you look at it.

The $149 Banksia EasiHub 56 is an extended version of the company's Banksia EasiHub ($99), a USB hub with four ports.

The EasiHub 56 incorporates a 56K modem and converts a single USB port into three.

Both products, being USB devices, are Plug and Play, and are self-powered, says Sirius. And a switched-mode power supply with auto-voltage switching, means flexibility for international use.

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