USB Devices

November 20, 2012

LaCie PetiteKey USB Drives


LaCie's PetiteKey is literally correct as a USB storage device. With a convenient hole for attaching to a keychain, it comes in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB versions. Made of metal and waterproof in depths of 100 meters, it is password secure, has private-public software and Wuala Secure Cloud Storage.

Via LaCie

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September 5, 2012

Logitech Washable Keyboard


For those who snack while they work, Logitech has developed a Washable Keyboard. The K310 can still work after being submerged in up to 11" of water. It features two holes for drainage on the back and has UV-coated, laser printed keys that will not fade. Plug into a USB port and play with no extra software needed. The keyboard is pretty much standard with 12 shortcut hotkeys, always a nice bonus.

Via Logitech Keyboards

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August 29, 2012

Leap Motion Control For Touchscreen


For a mere $69.99, the upcoming Leap is a small USB peripheral that has motion sensing technology so you no longer have to physically mess with that touchscreen. Control your PC with motions, finger tracking and pens for pointing. The company claims their device is 100% more accurate than any other system and lucky you can pre-order now for a Feb. 2013 ship date. Developers can fill out applications to get their SDK to create apps for the Leap.

Via Leap Motion

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August 15, 2012

Exovolt Plus Charges Via USB


Exogear's Exovolt Plus is a handy battery pack that charges via MicroUSB port as a full sized USB port provides the power to your electronic devices. With 5,200mAh of power, it can charge anything with a USB connection. They can even be stacked to create an ultimate charging unit with circuit and overheat protection. The main unit will set you back $89.95, while each sub-unit will be available for $49.95. There is no specific date of release as yet.

Via Exogear

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July 17, 2012

Windows To Go USB


Microsoft's Windows To Go doesn't just share data between devices, it runs Windows 8 on PCs that only have version 7. The portable USB drive saves settings and apps and makes it simple for taking work home. Unveiled at the recent WPC 2012, the mini-storage stick works on both USB 2.0 and 3.0 and on legacy BIOS and UEFI firmware. Look for its release when Windows 8 becomes accessible for all in October.

Via Business Insider

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June 29, 2012

Freakin' Friday! Sandisk Extreme Flash Drive


Sandisk's latest Extreme USB Flash Drive 3.0 can transfer files up to 10 times faster than 2.0 drives with speed of up to 190MB. It takes 20 seconds to transfer 3GB and four minutes for 40GB. Back compatible with 2.0, it is ultra thin and holds up to 128GB of data. Take your pick of 16, 32 and 64GB models. SanDisk SecureAccess software is included for security. Optional online data storage of up to 2GB is available as is backup service.

Via Sandisk Extreme

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June 8, 2012

Freakin' Friday! NuForce Cube Speakers


Portable and minute, the NuForce Cube is more than just a cutesy speaker. It has two 3.5 mm audio jacks, one for mobile devices and the other for headphones that can also boost audio quality and power. There is also a USB-to-digital converter to improve sound on your laptop and the Cube has an optional iPod nano docking connector. Each has a rechargeable battery to allow for 8 hours of continuous play. At a size of 2.3 x 2.3 x 2.4", the speaker comes in blue, red, black and silver.

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May 16, 2012

Lilliputian Butane Charger


Batteries never seem to last long enough, especially since smartphones seem to suck up more power with every new generation. Lilliputian Systems has designed a clever fuel cell for charging an iPhone. With a USB connection, you get 10 - 14 charges with one butane cartridge. The device and refills will become available via Brookstone, can be carried on planes and recycled when empty. Look for a release later this year. The company is so gung-ho that Mouli Ramani, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, says it is like "having a plug in your pocket."

Via Lilliputian Systems

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May 9, 2012

Verbatim USB 3.0 Flash Drives


USB 3.0 may soon gain in popularity and Verbatim is one of the first to embrace the new speed. They claim that their Store 'n Go V3 flash drives are twice as fast as 2.0. Of course they are 2.0 backwards compatible, come in 8 to 64GB memory sizes and are available in 7 different colors. A retractable design means no lost caps and password protection software is available.

Via Verbatim

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March 29, 2012

NetZero Hits 4G


NetZero is now offering free 4G data with its hotspot or USB stick for the first year, $9.95 monthly after that. The Hotspot can be used with up to 8 devices while the stick is perfect for laptops. You then select a plan, from the freebie 200MB to $49.99 for 4G with no overage charges or contract. The service is available in 8,000 cities so head for their site to find one near you.

Via NetZero

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February 27, 2012

Ceton InfiniTV Media Center


The Ceton InfiniTV can turns your PC into a media center. Available in both USB and PCI models, it can replace a more costly TiVo. After installing the CableCard tuner, it's like having 4 HD tuners plugged into your computer. Not only can you still receive all of your HD and premium channels from your cable company, there is no extra monthly fee involved. The InfiniTV is compatible with every Windows 7 version except Basic.

Via TV Tuners

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February 17, 2012

Freakin' Friday! USB Wall Plate


USB charging just doesn't get any simpler than this. The RCA Wall Plate attaches by simply covering your existing outlet. Available in almond or white, it is rapid, full speed charging for two smartphones or one tablet. It certainly is inexpensive enough to get for both home and office and because it is plug and play, it can be easily transferred to other outlets.

Via USB Plates

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February 3, 2012

Freakin' Friday! WarpiaTV - PC to TV


WarpiaTV streams HD 1080p from PC to TV wirelessly via plug-and-play USB. The package consists of a motion controller that with 7 functions, including mouse and keyboard with an onscreen curser. When pointed at your TV, there is a range of 50 feet, with or without wall. The StreamHD VE has a 30 ft. range for playback of digital video and access to sites like Facebook and Twitter. Even better, your PC/laptop will still function while streaming.

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January 5, 2012

AT&T to Offer TVTextbook


Instead of cramming their heads with Saturday morning cartoons, kids in grades K - 12 with AT&T'S 3G network may soon be opting for TVTextbook. They get access to both educational and entertaining content on any TV, PC, tablet or other device. Debuting with Florida's Duval County Public Schools, this will be especially useful to those who cannot get the interweb otherwise. Eight hundred accessible dongles will connect the TVT service through USB to start.

Via AT&T

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