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RE: Does it run on batteries?
By jkresh on 12/4/2006 4:41:25 PM , Rating: 2
it doesn't seem to say but it might be powered by any of the usb devices plugged into it (though that might pose an issue if you tried to use a bus powered drive with it). Looking at the images on belkin's page it seems to have a dc input, so it might have to be plugged in to the wall anyway. For $200 i don't think it has a lot of use (unless you have a printer/scanner... far enough away from your desktop to make running a cable impractical).


RE: Does it run on batteries?
By MrSmurf on 12/4/2006 5:13:06 PM , Rating: 2
There is a female power adaptor connector to the right on the USB ports.


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