August 9, 2010

Wireless Webcam Runs Vis USB

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This talented but odd-colored webcam has wireless capability, digital audio/video compression and charges via USB. With a QVGA (320×240) resolution and a speed of 15 f/s, it has a built -in mic, Li-ion battery and runs for five hours after charging. The WW-001 cam has a range of 10 meters.

Via Shenzhen Suntech

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August 5, 2010

Magnetic 10 Port USB Hub

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This Elecom USB Hub has 10, count 'em, 10 ports that can power up to 400ma of devices. A magnet in the back means it can be attached to a file cabinet or other metal surface. The port comes with an AC adapter.

Via Elecom

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July 28, 2010

Plextor BD-Rom Drive Offers Blu-ray Via USB

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Hook Plextor's BD-ROM Drive up to your USB port and you get Blu-ray playability with no extra cables needed. The PX-B12OU can also burn DVDs and CDs and is barely larger than the discs it houses. The drive, available for $99.99, can turn Plextor's soon-to-be PlexMedia into a serious player.

Via Plextor

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June 24, 2010

Belkin Conserve Valet is Eco-Friendly

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Not only can Belkin's Conserve Valet charge almost all of your mobile electronics, it will automatically shut off when its job is done. Up to 4 devices can be charged simultaneously and the package includes a USB to mini-USB and USB to micro-USB cords.

Via Belkin Chargers



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June 21, 2010

ASRock Core Covers All Media

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The ASRock Core 100HT conveniently doubles as an HTPC. Based on Intel's Calpella platform, it features an integrated IR, Blu-ray drive and HDMI audio pass-through. With USB 3.0 connectivity, it delivers a 5GB/s transfer rate, about 10 times faster than USB 2.0. Add to that AIWI software for gaming and an installable App Charger driver for your iPhone and you never have to leave your sofa again.

Via ASRock

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June 4, 2010

SP Armor USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive

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Silicon Power has a new portable hard drive with a USB 3.0 interface that is also USB 2.0 backwards compatible. The Armor 80 HDD is rugged in terms of drop survivability and is water resistant. The 139 x 96 x 18mm drive's interface has a a 5 Gbps/sec bandwidth which is 10x the bandwidth of a USB 2.0 interface. Look for it in 640GB, 500GB, or 320GB models.

Via Silicon Power

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May 10, 2010

X-Tube Provides DTS Surround Sound

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Umazone's X-Tube plugs into your USB port and, with DTS software and compatible headphones, can provide the user with surround sound. The device has both headphone output and mic input for voice recording and a blue LED. The X-Tube can be yours for $79.99.

Via Audio Cubes

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April 23, 2010

JetFlash 500 Features Retractable Connector

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How clever of Transcend to design their new JetFlash 500 with a retractable connector. Not only does this eliminate a cap, it cuts back on dust and debris inside the drive. Compatible with USB 2.0, the flash drive will soon be available in capacities from 2GB to 32GB and comes in five colors with a free download of Elite data management tools.

Via Trandscend

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April 13, 2010

AirPower Absorbs Energy From WiFi

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RCA has discovered a method of absorbing energy from WiFi. The first commercial product will be the AirPower, a pod about the size of a flip phone, that recharges your small device via USB connection. A full charge takes about 5 - 6 hrs. of exposure, but you can charge your phone, MP3 player or digital cam at the same time. The best part is that it never needs plugging in. Wherever there is WiFi, including walking by a hotspot, the AirPower automatically sucks up energy. Look for a holiday release.

Via Dvice

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April 12, 2010

EzAir Kit Streams from PC to TV

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With the EzAir, you can wirelessly stream content from your PC, laptop or notebook to TV. The kit consists of an HDMI/D-SUB Base and USB dongle. The device is due out this month in Japan for ¥13,800 ($147.00) but we suspect it will move worldwide eventually.

Via EzAir

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