April 1, 2010

Maplin USB Wall Plate

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How clever of Maplin to incorporate a USB connection into a 13A wall plate. Charge your cell phone, MP3 player, game console, digital camera or other small electronics without losing the rest of the socket. The device has an input of AC 100-240V/50/60Hz/ 80mA /3W, an output of DC 5V/V600mA and is available for £14.99 (~$23.00.)

Via Maplin

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March 25, 2010

Belkin Up Hub Connects Up to 7 Devices

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It seems that most peripherals and accessories these days are USB. Belkin helps solve the dilemma with their 2.0 (and 1.1) 7-port Hub. Connect at speeds of up to 480Mbps even at night as the 2.5 x 7 x 9 inch device has a convenient light included.

Via Belkin USB Hubs

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March 23, 2010

Connect With Pogoplug Anywhere

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Pop the Pogoplug into your USB port and access and share files from anywhere. Use it with any PC or utilize the iPhone app to "phone home." No extra software is needed; simply connect 2 cables then visit the company's website. Pogoplug is compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux and will soon be able to connect to online backup, synch and printing sites. Best of all, the only info they have is your e-addy as your personal data is stored on your Pogoplug. Get yours for $129.00.

Via Pogoplug

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March 18, 2010

Volar Video Capture Converts VHS to DVD

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The AVerMedia Volar Video Capture USB allows watching and recording digital TV to your PC. It will take all those outdated tapes and turn them into a DVD or VCD format with no quality loss. Add to that iPod and PSP format recording, both schedule and wake up recording, and electronic program guide. The Volar can run on both AVerTV 6 and Windows Media Center and carries a price of ~$100.00.

Via AVerMedia

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March 11, 2010

USB DisplayDock Hooks Up Wirelessly

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Atlona Technology and Wisair have teamed to produce the USB DisplayDock. It connects your Macbook, Mac OS or Notebook PC to a monitor, keyboard, mouse and speakers and does so wirelessly. The plug and play device works at a range of up to 30 ft. with a resolution up to 1440×1050. The DisplayDock will be out soon with a price of $199.99.

Via Wisair

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March 2, 2010

Raremono Radio Doubles As Shortwave

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Thanko's Raremono Radio not only plays AM/FM stations, it picks up shortwave signals as well. Attachable by USB, it is compatible with Windows Vista and XP. Accompanying software lets you record audio and the device comes with a stand, antenna and USB cable at a price of $79.00.

Via Audio Cubes

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February 1, 2010

Logitech Lapdesk Adjusts Positions

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Logitech's latest N700 Lapdesk plugs into your USB port and included speakers give you a better sound. Its angled riser makes it comfortable no matter what position you are in. A padded base keeps the heat away while a small fan keeps your laptop cool. Pre-order now for a June delivery.

Via Logitech Lapdesks

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January 25, 2010

Connect With Toshiba dynadock V

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Connect your PC, laptop, monitor, printer and other peripherals with the Toshiba dynadock V. The port replicator connects with a USB cable and has 4 USB 2.0 ports, DVI and LAN port, as well as audio in/out and power LED. Look for the dynadock to formally come out in February at a price of $119.00.

Via Toshiba

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January 22, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Lexar Echo SE Backup Drive

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At a size of only 5 x 0.5 x 7" and a weight of 1.1 ounces, the Lexar Echo SE is the company's smallest USB drive yet. With automatic backup software, the drive comes in capacity options from 16 - 64GB and has a speed of 28MB/s read and 10MB/s write. Due out in February, you can pre-order now.

Via Lexar Drives

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January 13, 2010

Arkview Video Card Simplifies Presentations

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The Arkview External Video Card can extend a presentation beyond one source. It can support up to 6 simultaneous displays, including widescreen, when others are added. The USB 2.0 to DVI/VGA or HDMI adapter comes with software and works without needing to turn on your PC and can be used for LCDs, TVs, projectors and your laptop as well.

Via Arkview External Video Card

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