Source: Ara Wagoner / Android Central

USB-C hubs are one of those things that most people don’t really pay attention to in their home office, especially for a Chromebook. You connect your sweet mechanical keyboard, maybe an Ethernet cable or external monitor, and a trusty trackball, and then plug it into your Chromebook and get on with your work. The problem here is that most USB-C hubs come with horribly short, permanently attached cables, which means that if your Chromebook is on a laptop riser — or an old box of CDs, like mine — these hubs are going to be dangling off the side and tugging on your Chromebook’s USB-C port all day every day.

I lived with this for the better part of two years before I found my sanity in a perfect little package from Uni, a little-known accessory maker that was gearing up to launch its first USB-C hubs on Kickstarter. That Kickstarter came and…

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