Online Computer Accessories Seller Marks The End of Traditional Bulky USB Hubs

Sacramento, CA (PressExposure) October 23, 2009 -- Eastmaze – a popular well known online computer accessories store has launched convenient USB hubs that are set to replace the current bulky hubs. The hubs are used to connect various computers to the internet using a single broadband connection.

USB hubs are used in all sorts of marketplaces, corporate offices and even most homes where internet connections have to be shared within individuals. Till now, we have been watching the heavy rectangular hubs with sharp edges and available in dull colors. Eastmaze has begun offering toy like hubs to users. These are being initially made available at its online store. Later, these are likely to be sold via various retail outlets too.

Some examples of shapes being offered are fish like hubs, flower pot hubs, octopus hubs, hearts, cannons and many more. With the deliveries being made to almost all countries worldwide, it is easier to select any model and buy from the online store.

The online store contains a huge collection of the most demanded products, and it has proven to be popular. Online orders were placed by buyers on the day of launch of the usb hubs, and orders continue to roll in daily with the hub section in full swing.

Customers in the online store have a choice of shipping via standard mail or express courier. Just like most other online stores, order acknowledgement, fulfillment, and shipping notification are provided via e-mail.

You can visit USB hubs section at the Computer Accessories store.

You can visit USB hubs [http://www.eastmaze.com/Computer-c4.html] section at the Computer Accessories [http://www.eastmaze.com/] store.

About Eastmaze

Eastmaze has launched colorful usb hubs that are set to mark the end of old and boring usb hubs being used everywhere. You can use these colorful hubs available in various shapes.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 23, 2009 at 3:10 pm
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