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The Secrets of Hubman

Updated on July 16, 2015

This interesting little fellow would be a great mascot for our good old Hub Pages. There's no other mascot anywhere on the face of the earth quite like Hubman. Plus on top of being a mascot, he comes equipped with multi-working functions.

Hubman however is in no way whatsoever $6 associated with the Hub Pages in anyway, shape, or form. That is at least not as of yet, but if the Hub Pages ever decided on having a mascot I siure that Hubman would be in the top five or ten choices.

I first became acquainted with Hubman through the My-Coke rewards program, which anyone 13 years or older can easily join for free. Coca-Cola has had this program going for a few years now, where you redeem codes from Coca-Cola bottle caps over the internet at their web site. You can receive many different interesting rewards there. Hubman is just one of the many pages of Coke rewards, and you can get him at a bargain for a mere 500 Coke points, which includes free shipping and handling.

By now you are probably asking just what in the heck is Hubman's function anyway? Well believe it or not this little guy is a superhero when it comes to expanding your computer's capabilities. Hubman is compatible with most USB devices, and quickly turns one USB port into four 2.0 high-speed ports complete with LED lights indicating usage status. One in each hand, and one in each of Hubman's feet. Hubman is really quite a brainchild.

Hubman offers a great way to keep your home, dorm or office space organized while utilizing more of your favorite gadgets at one time. Hubman has flexible wire arms and legs with a 2.0 high-speed port at the end of each one. Hubman is both Windows and MAC compatible, and there is no software needed. I've seen Hubman selling for $7.99 over the Internet, and in some cases on sale for even less. So be sure to shop around some if you are interested in this little guy.

This handy little hubman may not make things better with your boss, but he will certainly help optimize and organize your digital life. Not to mention his smiling face is sure to brighten your day, and Hubman's also a great office assistant. Hubman's body houses all the electronics inside his cute little belly, and the tiny green power indicator LED is in place of a heart. You'll also receive an on-screen notification from your computer that the Hubman has been recognized and is ready to use!

Hubman will instantly turn your desktop into electronics central, and gives plug and play a whole new level of importance. From what I've read Hubman has received good to mixed reviews. I think now that I finally have enough Coca-Cola reward points, I'm going to order my very own little Hubman. And there's all of the hidden secrets of Hubman!

Do you think the Hubman would be a good mascot for the Hub Pages?

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      k-swarup 3 years ago

      Cool hub! Enjoyed reading!

      Also thanks for following :)

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      Victor W. Kwok 3 years ago from Hawaii

      I suddenly want one.

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      Norm the dog 3 years ago

      This little guy is totally awesome just like the song in the Lego movie, and I've got to get one.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 years ago from USA

      I think I need one of those!

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      Bronwen Scott-Branagan 3 years ago from Victoria, Australia

      What fun! I have an attachment that does a similar job, but this is so appealing.

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      Sheilamarie 3 years ago from British Columbia

      Well, he looks like a handy little guy. I'm not sure I'd want the sponsorship of Coca-Cola, though. Do they manufacture him?

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      Dr.Anisha.S.K.Deepesh 3 years ago from THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, KERALA ,INDIA

      Hi,Theholestory,Good read..voted up

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      Eric Dierker 3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Count me in for one.

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      PsychGeek 3 years ago from UK

      I seriously want one of these!

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      Word 3 years ago from Chicago

      Hey TheholeStory, that's cool!


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