November 18, 2009

Charge Your iPod/iPhone with PocketDock


SendStation's PocketDock is an inexpensive alternative for your iPhone/iPod. Attach by USB to your home or car stereo, PC, PDA or any other audio equipment and sync and charge with HiFi stereo quality. It comes with both a 3.5mm to 3.5mm connection and a 3.5mm to mini RCA plug. Add to that portability, charging and less power usage and we think the low price makes it a winner.

Via Sendstation

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November 16, 2009

Laptops on Wheels - Mavizen Electric


The first electric motorcycle that incorporates WiFi will soon be released. A limited edition of the Mavizen TTX02 incorporates wireless connectivity and an on-board web interface. The USB based system allows almost unlimited plug and play peripherals. The 50 "laptops on wheels" can reach speeds of 130 mph and will be available at starting prices of £25,000 (~$42,000.00) early next year.

Via Mavizen

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November 9, 2009

Beatles USB Drive Holds 14 Albums


Run, do not walk, to get your USB Drive full of Beatles. All 14 remastered albums are included in both FLAC and MP3s as well as album art, photos, mini-documentaries and liner notes. Why the rush? Because Apple Corps and EMI are only releasing 30,000 as of December 7 (the day after in North America,) so preorder if you want to get the Beat(les.)

Via The Beatles

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October 27, 2009

Sound Blaster Card Turns PC Into Audio System


Turn your wimpy sounding PC or laptop into an Xtreme Fidelity Entertainment System with Creative's Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround Sound Card. Easily connectible by USB, it features CMSS 3D surround and EAX Advanced HD sound effects for gamers. The card has handy headphone and microphone inputs for those who want to keep the sound to themselves.

Via Creative Sound Blaster Card

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October 2, 2009

iLuv Micro Adapter


Turn your car's lighter outlet into a universal USB charger with the iLuv Micro Adapter. The minute device is only 1.7" long and can be used on the fly to recharge your cell phone, MP3 player or any other USB device once it hits full charge. Get yours for $14.99 when it debuts this month.

Via iLuv Micro Adapter

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September 10, 2009

MP3 Player Disguised as Cassette


This may look like a cassette but it is an MP3 stereo player that can be put in your car stereo and play tunes from an SD card. It can also work as a stand alone player or a SD/MMC card reader when attached to your PC. The player features auto music search, has a built-in rechargeable Lithium ion battery and can be charged via USB. It comes with mini USB cable, car charger and 3.5mm earphone at a price of $22.00.

Via Brando

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August 20, 2009

D-Link Improves Speed With 150 Router and Adapter


D-Link's 4 port 150 Router and USB Adapter claims to have 4x the speed of standard 802.11g. It also features better reception and expanded coverage. The DIR-600 will set up your WiFi simply and easily and the DWA-125 adapter can connect others in your network via USB with included software. Update your router while knowing that all the PCs are protected and secure.

Via D-Link

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August 19, 2009

MiniCooper USB, Class in a Flash


We admit it. We covet the MiniCooper. But since that seems to be out of our reach we can at least carry one around. Available in 4 designs, this Zerobasic USB flash drive comes with a retractable plug, illuminating headlights and wheels that can turn. Choose a memory size from 1 to 8GB at prices starting at $45.00, including the Union Jack version licensed by licensed by BMH, BMW and LMI. Zerobasic is giving away 10 of them before the end of September. You can sign up for one here.

Via Cooper USB

(Thanks, Jasie)

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August 18, 2009

Logitech Unifying Reciever Frees Your Laptop


Logitech would like you to simplify your computing life with their Unifying Receiver. The tiny device can be plugged into your laptop's USB port and connect up to 6 compatible wireless mice and keyboards, all of them Logitech of course. It will come bundled with the K340 and K350 wireless keyboards, Marathon Mouse M705 and Wireless Mouse M505.

Via Logitech

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August 12, 2009

Use Landline for Skype with USB Adapter


Skype and other IM-ers can now use a landline and save the price of an extra phone. Eforcity's USB Adapter with VoIP interface will route all incoming calls to your regular phone and ring to the same. When dialing, SkypeOut is automatically detected and used for any long distance call. The adapter is compatible with PC running Windows 2000/XP, a 400 MHz processor or higher and 128 MB RAM.

Via Eforcity Store

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