First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
Belkin fills the hole in your desk
- — 20 April, 2007 15:15
Even if I had a corner office with a giant executive desk I've always dreamed of (I'd want this with the executive salary but without the executive headaches of course), I'd still manage to fill that desk up with piles and piles of stuff. So it's nice to see that Belkin's killing two birds with one stone.
The company's new line of in-desk hubs takes those often-unused grommet holes you find in desks and fills them with functionality you need, like a USB hub or an iPod charger. There's an angled USB hub that fits a 3-inch hole and features four ports. There are also flat USB hubs (so they're flush with your desk) that fit either a 2-inch or 3-inch hole. Finally, the iPod dock lets you charge, sync, and play music at the same time, and includes a stereo-out jack so you can hook up headphones or speakers.
All accessories cost $55 and will launch in May.