World's smallest 4-port USB hub?

Nice as it is, this teeny weeny USB hub from Elecom has gotta be far too easy to lose -- it measures just 40 x 40 x 10mm and weighs 16g, which is pretty much the size of a book of matches.

You get four USB 2.0 ports and a choice of color (blue, black, silver or white). The U2H-MN4B is bus-powered and works with any OS.

Elecom USB Hub
Elecom USB Hub

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J Mark Lytle

Digital World Tokyo

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