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Atlona’s HDAiR Wireless USB-to-VGA / HDMI adapter gets audio

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2009

Atlona's HDAiR Wireless USB-to-VGA / HDMI adapter gets audioThe Atlona HDAiR Wireless USB-to-VGA/HDMI Adapter launched earlier in the year, but it was missing one crucial ingredient: Audio. Well, now it has audio in this latest incarnation.

It’s the same exact product, but now with audio output in 3.5mm analog and embedded HDMI. The $219 device is available now and is also compatible with both Windows Vista and Windows 7.

Second Generation Pogoplug lets you share multiple USB drives over the Internet

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 20th, 2009

Second Generation Pogoplug lets you share multiple USB drives over the InternetLike it’s predecessor, the new Pogoplug allows for USB drive sharing over the Internet. It’ll cost you $129, has no service fees, takes up to four USB drives, and has Twitter and Facebook integration. It will sync your content with a Mac or PC and let you share and watch movies, listen to music, or view photos directly through the Pogoplug website and on an iPhone.

It also has a drag-and-drop interface and sharing over social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. The only downside is that you are relying on the company staying in business in order to be able to share data.

USB Alien with Illuminated Tongue

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 20th, 2009

USB Alien with Illuminated TongueCheck out this awesome USB Alien figure. Since it plugs into your USB port, it must have some storage right? At least 2GB. Nope. Apparently all it does is stick its illuminated tongue out.

The head or limbs don’t even move. Why they wouldn’t give it storage, we have no idea. It’s supposed to be scary, but it’s actually pretty cute. Unless you are a pint sized Ripley, in which case this thing is pretty easy to kill.

USB Hurricane Lamp with color changing flame

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2009

USB Hurricane Lamp with color changing flameThis USB Hurricane lamp allows you to feel like you are in a mine shaft as you type away on your laptop. Just plug it in and it will illuminate your workspace. The flame is color-changing, so you can easily set it to suit your mood.

You’ll be rocking a 4″ plastic hurricane lamp with 7 color changing lights my friend. Only $9.69. What more do you want? You already plug everything else in your USB port. Why not?

Thanko USB Blanket

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 17th, 2009

Thanko USB BlanketWinter is upon us my cold and chilly friends, so while you are huddled in front of the fireplace reading the ‘Brick, we offer up some info on Thanko’s latest gadget that will keep you warm. The USB Blanket.

The blanket comes with a built-in heater. Just connect it to a USB port, and it will heat up making all your dreams of warmth come true, leaving you toasty. As long as you don’t wander too far away from a USB port anyway.

USB TV Card Player

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2009

USB TV Card PlayerYour living room still not connected enough for ya? If you answered no, then meet the USB TV Card Player. For $53.99, it allows you to check out all of your favorite digital photos and movies on your TV without the need of any expensive and complicated equipment.

It will read all of your favorite movies from SD, MMC or Memory Stick memory card. Or shove a USB flash drive in it that and you are ready to go. It will do video, plus lots of popular audio formats.

USB Humidifier that looks like a Beer Can

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2009

USB Humidifier that looks like a Beer CanIn the “things that look like other things” category, check out this USB humidifier disguised very badly as beer. Beer normally humidifies your insides with tasty intoxicating brew. This can won’t do that for you. Instead it will make your area all moist while reminding you that you need a beer.

It’s from Green-House of Japan. Just put a filter in the device, fill it with water, and plug it on your PC via the USB port. It costs $64.

The Beatles’ Catalog on Limited Edition USB Stick

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 4th, 2009

The Beatles' Catalog on Limited Edition USB StickApple Corps and EMI are finally offering up a legal way to grab digital Beatles tracks. The Apple-shaped stick you see above has FLAC and MP3 versions of the new CD set, which includes all the band’s music re-mastered in stereo.

FLAC quality is 44.1Khz 24 bit, and MP3 is 320 Kbps. Only 30,000 of these USB Sticks will be made, so you better grab one on November 8 when they go on sale for $280 (You can pre-order). The stick costs $60 more than the CD set, but you get “all of the re-mastered CDs’ visual elements, including 13 mini-documentary films about the studio albums, replicated original UK album art, rare photos and expanded liner notes.”

Wireless USB Digital Microscope

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 1st, 2009

Wireless USB Digital MicroscopeYou love Science right? If you could, you would look at germs all day under the lens. Well check this out my Science geek friend. It’s a new Wireless USB Digital microscope from ThinkGeek that uses the 2.4GHz wireless frequency with a switch on the cradle/wireless receiver for choosing one of 4 channels.

The microscope can magnify the object from 10x to 200x and comes equipped with 8 white LEDs around the lens for extra illumination. Some other features include a built-in Li-ion battery that can be recharged in the cradle.

USB Tape Express

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2009

USB Tape ExpressMost of us have moved on to MP3s and digital music, but some of us may still have old audio tape collections, with awesome music on them. There are many rare tracks on audio tapes that have not yet made the digital jump.

That’s where the USB Tape Express comes in handy. Just hook the device up to your computer via USB, insert an old tape, then run the conversion process with the included software.

USB Soldering Iron from Thanko

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2009

USB Soldering Iron from ThankoThanko’s USB soldering iron is perfect for all of you DIYers, whether you are creating the next great console mod or building a robot from scratch. It’s a portable soldering iron powered by USB or by a 9 volt battery. I don’t have to tell you how convenient it is having a soldering iron that is portable and doesn’t plug into an outlet.

With the USB plug, it will heat up to 200 ℃, or 300 ℃ using both USB plugs. Then 500 ℃ if you use the 9 volt battery. There’s even a handy light built-in. It will only cost you $28, and will be available in Thanko’s English store very soon.

USB Hub looks like a Power Strip

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2009

USB Hub looks like a Power StripRemember Buffalo’s USB hub that looks like a power strip? Here’s another, cooler looking 4 port hub. So if you like your hubs to look like power strips you have another option. It will cost you $15.

Next we’ll be seeing adapters for your usb tips to make them look like power cord ends, that plug into the hub, which would make the illusion complete.

UBoard: USB Multi-Board for your keyboard & office

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on October 1st, 2009

UBoard: USB Multi-Board for your keyboard & office The UBoard is basically a glass shelf with 3 USB ports built in. Depending on how you have your desk and office set up, this is actually a pretty handy thing. It’s like having some spare USB ports built into your office itself.

It’s compatible with Window Vista and Mac OS 10. The package consists of the glass top, the frame and a Cup & Memo Holder. You’re safe to place monitors or other objects that weigh under 15kg on the unit.

Perfume Bottle USB Card Reader

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 29th, 2009

Perfume Bottle USB Card ReaderMy what an ugly perfume bottle you have on your desk. Bad enough that it’s so ugly, it’s not even a real perfume bottle. Under the lid is a USB plug. Beneath the bottle are ports for SDHC, micro SDHC, microSD/T-flash, Sony M2, Memory Stick and MS Duo.

After you are done using this hideous device, you can just sit it back on your desk so that all of your co-workers can see what horrible taste you have in gadgets.

Keyboard Keys USB card reader

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 24th, 2009

Keyboard Keys USB card readerThe Keyboard Keys USB Card Reader looks like…Keyboard keys. You might say it’s the key to the whole design concept. That’s what’s key here. The Keyboard Keys USB Card Reader is compatible with USB 2.0 and supports SDHC, SD, micro SDHC, microSD, Sony M2, Memory Stick, and MS duo cards.

The device is shaped like the Enter and Ctrl key. It’s also compatible with Windows and Mac OS and comes in white and blue. These will cost you $12 each.