January 6, 2010

Send A/V to TV With Warpia

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The Warpia USB Audio/Video Adapter allows you to hook up to your PC to your TV wirelessly with a simple display base station and a USB 2.0 adapter. The base station connects through your computer's VGA PC port or HDMI and audio connects via a 3.5mm stereo jack. When connected, it will work up to a 30 ft. range with HD at 720p with a max resolution of 1400x1050.

Via Warpia

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December 30, 2009

Show Your Face to Lockface Drive

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Never worry about forgetting passwords again with the Lockface USB Drive. After taking several photos of your face, it uses facial recognition to let you in. The 4GB drive has 256-bit AES encryption and supposedly has 98% accuracy. A backup password system is included for the remaining 2% and don't forget you get an almost happy face to cheer you up. At a size of 22×4×55mm, it is so far available only in Japan for ~$110.00.

Via Business News (translated)

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December 28, 2009

SmartSwipe Your Credit Card Online

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Now that you spend most of your shopping dollars online, NetSecure Technologies' USB SmartSwipe allows you to use your credit card as if you were in an actual store. The company scrambles and encrypts your data to keep your identity secure. At a price of $89.99, it is compatible with Windows 7, XP and Vista. While this is a good thing because you don't have to type information from your card it may turn you into a shopaholic.

Via SmartSwipe

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December 23, 2009

Novero Unveils Weirdly Named Accessories

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You have to take away points from Novero, maker of TheFirstOne Bluetooth Headset, for releasing some cell phone accessories with the silliest of names. The TrulyOne (shown here) is a Bluetooth car kit with remote and LCD display, the TrustyOne is a hands-free Bluetooth kit, the TalkyOne is a speakerphone. The TravelOne is a microUSB wall charger and the CarOnecharger works from your cagarette lighter. All will be on display at the next CES and available for purchase soon thereafter.

Via Novero

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December 9, 2009

Kensington Keyboard With USB Hub

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Kensington's Ci70 USB Keyboard is not only 35% smaller than a regular keyboard, it contains a USB hub for connecting your gadgets. There are two full size ports as well as a mini-USB connection. At a size of 19.5 x 9.8 x 1.8", it also has five hot keys and media keys with volume and track control, and pause and play.

Via Kensington Keyboards

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December 7, 2009

LED Flashlight Doubles as Spy Cam

Flashlights are certainly getting more sophisticated. This one not only has a high-powered White LED to help you find your way, it will record both audio and video. It saves the files in a built-in 4G memory and they can be copied to PC via USB. The dimmable device also has night vision support, built-in charger, one touch control and has a price of $226.99.

Via USB Fever

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December 3, 2009

Atlona Wireless USB Adapter

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Atlona's Wireless USB Adapter can connect with any Windows based PC to your HDTV or monitor via VGA or HDMI connection. Since both can be used at the same time, it now offers both video and audio support. At a price of $219.00, it features a high resolution of up to 1440x1050 or 720p from up to 30 ft. away.

Via Atlona

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December 2, 2009

I-O Data net.USB Hooks You Up

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I-O DATA's net.USB allows you to have access to any 2.0 device through your PC or Mac network. Instead of plugging in and unplugging your flash drive, fancy mouse or other USB devices, you can use this to access them wirelessly.

Via Akihabara News

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November 25, 2009

PFU Unveils New ScanSnaps

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PFU, part of Fujitsu, is releasing a new ScanSnap. The 294x99x77mm S1300 portable scanner features a 1200dpi color resolution and can be powered and used via USB. Compatible with both PC and Mac, it is being offered by the end of the month in Japan for ¥27800 (~$311.00.)

Via Akihabara News

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November 24, 2009

Imation Pro WX Shares Wirelessly

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The Imation Pro WX connects to your PC via USB. The 1.5TV hard drive links via WiFi so that your can back up or share wirelessly at a distance of up to 30 ft. At a transfer rate of up to 15MBs/second, the device can back up a CD in less than 50 seconds and store 300,000 photos or 750 hours of video. Save your pennies for this one as it will set you back $449.99.

Via Imation

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