Medusa HDMI hub: Curiously named, ordinarily equipped

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The difference between this Medusa HDMI three-port hub and others like it is primarily, if not entirely, size. The former makes due with a square-shaped body, while the latter—lots of them, at least—gimps along in the shape of a rectangle.

Spec-wise, nothing doin’. It supports HDMI 1.3 and 1080p. That’s all you need from a hub, right?

Apparently it’ll be available within the month from GeekStuff4U. Prices on Newegg for similar hubs and switches range from around $20 to more than $140. How much Medusa, goes for, I couldn’t tell you. I also couldn’t tell you why an HDMI hub has been named after the mythological Greek monster. Maybe when all four HDMI cables are plugged in it resembles her head of hair? How silly.

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