Doctor Who Collection - Time And Relative Dimension In Space - USB 4 Port Hub...
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- Light and sound effects make for fun as you save your data
- No software required so install is easy
- A must have for any Dr. Who fan
- Suitable for both PCs and Mac
- Measures 11 X 6 X 6cm
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Sound effects are optional and are controlled via an on/off switch. There is no software required, is suitable for both PCs and Mac and for ages 8 years. The TARDIS measures 11 X 6 X 6cm and the USB cable measures 140cm.
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Unfortunately, I even tried using a "universal" adapter that "should" have worked to provide the correct voltage and mAmps, but with it connected the hub acted very strange and so I quite trying at that point. Dad keeps it on his desk, it looks cute, but not very useful without the adapter. Sellers, for future reference the adjective "powered" implies an adapter. "Unpowered" means without an adapter.
As other reviewers have noted, no power cord is included, which is annoying, but bearable if you're not planning to use it with devices requiring extra current. Thumb drives, or a mouse and keyboard should all work fine, but USB-powered scanners and hard drives won't work without tracking down the recommended power supply.
The biggest overall disappointment however (aside from it not being a functional spacetime vehicle) is that there are no drivers available for Windows 7. When you plug the TARDIS hub into a Windows 7 computer, Windows will look for drivers and eventually announce that none are available. Plugging it into a Windows XP machine is a bit more satisfying - the drivers install and thumb drives, etc. appear to work.
Of course, Windows XP is no longer available and most new computers are running Windows 7, so the lack of supported drivers reduces this device from an amusing bit of technology to just another decoration on your desk.
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