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SLCentralHardwareReviewsPeripherals Jun 27th, 2019 - 7:25 AM EST
TCWO 4-Port USB Bay Mount Hub
Author: JonnyGURU
Date Posted: October 17th, 2001
Rating: 9/10 SystemLogistics

The USB Bay Mount 4 Port Hub

The device was simple, yet dead on exactly what many of us need. The non-branded "USB Bay Mount 4 Port Hub" that came in a plain white box from TCWO was essentially a 4 port USB hub removed from it's case (you can even see the silk screening on the PCB where the LEDs for the top of the hub would be) and placed into a 3.5" box with an open top.

Power to the hub is supplied through a power connector from the power supply instead of an AC adapter. The USB signal is supplied via a connector that is meant to go out of the back of the case and into the USB port in the back of your motherboard.

This is the one thing I didn't like about this device. But it was easy to remedy.

>> Customizing The Hub's USB Connection

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  1. Introduction
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  3. Customizing The Hub's USB Connection
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