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Belkin announces new iPhone 3G S cases

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on June 16th, 2009

belkingripergoWith the iPhone 3G S coming there are a glut of cases coming to the market. If you are upgrading from the iPhone 3G, you really don’t need a new case, but who wants to put their shiny new phone into an old scratched up case?

Among the new cases that Belkin is offering are the Grip Cases and a line of BodyGuard cases. The BodyGuard cases aren’t available in North America for some unknown reason. The other cases are available now in America and Europe.

Belkin TuneCast Auto Live with iPhone App unveiled

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on June 5th, 2009

belkintunecastgps-sbCases aren’t the only thing that Belkin is known for; the company also makes a full line of FM Transmitters for various MP3 and music phones. The FM transmitter is the only way for many people to enjoy their music from the iPhone or other device while driving.

Belkin has announced a new version of the TuneCast Auto Live FM transmitter today that is combined with a free iPhone application offering total control of the FM transmitter form the screen of the iPhone or iPod touch.

Belkin offers new iPod nano 4g cases

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on June 5th, 2009

belkindripcase-sbBelkin offers more accessories for the iPhone and iPod than you can shake a stick at. One of the things that most iPhone or iPod owners do first is add a case to their device to protect it from drops and scratches during daily use.

Belkin has announced new iPod nano 4G cases in two series called the Belkin Micra and Fusion cases. All of the cases are available right now globally except for one pattern of the Micra case called Flow. The Micra cases offer textured graphics and are clear to allow the color of the iPod to be seen. The Micra line includes the Glam, Dusk, Chex, and Flow. All of the cases sell for $19.99 each.

Belkin intros new TuneBases

Posted in Belkin by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2009

Belkin intros new TuneBasesBelkin has unveiled two more TuneBases for your Apple devices. The TuneBase Direct and TuneBase FM can route audio from your Apple devices to the vehicle stereo and charge simultaneously thanks to the 12-volt port.

It features a flexible neck so you can arrange your iPhone in the best viewing position. That way, you can make calls with just a tap. The $70 TuneBase Direct uses a 3.5mm port, while the $80 TuneBase FM does it’s thing through a free FM channel, automatically scanning the frequency with the least interference.

Belkin launches new CushDesk

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on April 28th, 2009

belkinlapdesk-sbNo one wants to cook their gonads while trying to work on a laptop computer without a desk by sitting it directly on the lap. Working on a notebook sitting on your lap is also uncomfortable for most people because you need to look down to see the screen.

Belkin has announced a new laptop desk called the CushDesk that is designed to raise the screen of the notebook to a more comfortable level when working without a desk. The device is made with a solid molded top to provide a ridged work surface and has a lip on the front to keep your notebook from slipping around.

Belkin makes it easy for Windows users to go Mac

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on November 13th, 2008

Belkin Switch-to-Mac CableThe economy may be down, but the computer industry is still doing OK. One of the clear winners in growth is Apple with its Mac line of notebooks and computers making some of the industry’s biggest gains. That means that many users are going to Mac computers for the first time.

Belkin has introduced a new product called the Switch-to-Mac cable that promises to make moving important files from a Windows computer to a Mac easy to do. The cable connects to the Windows PC and the Mac via USB and automatically moves default files and folders from the Windows system to the default locations on the Mac.

Belkin showcases new powerline networking kits

Posted in Powerline by Nino Marchetti on July 11th, 2008

Belkin Powerline AV+If you aren’t a big fan of wireless networking but lack the internal wiring for Ethernet, powerline networking is considered by some the way to go. Belkin is debuting some new products in this category, topping its offerings out with the Belkin Powerline AV+, priced at around $180.

The idea behind powerline networking is to use the electrical wiring in your home to serve as quasi-networking cable. The Belkin Powerline AV+ includes a three-port adapter to support multiple devices, such as A/V equipment or a gaming console, and a one-port adapter to connect to a router.

Belkin wireless router lets you attach USB storage

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on July 11th, 2008

Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4)Belkin’s got itself a new 802.11 wireless router in the line up as of yesterday with the ability to support attached storage. It is called the Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4) and you’ll find it pricing around $120.

The Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4), released in conjunction with the N+ Wireless USB Adapter (F5D8055) for wireless network expansion, allows you to connect via USB a storage device such as an external hard drive to provide a network storage solution.

Belkin FlyWire makes home theater installs clean as a whistle

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on July 11th, 2008

Belkin FlyWireIf your home theater is anything like mine you have a HD satellite box, PS3, Wii, Xbox and a few other items all trying to connect to the two available HDMI ports and other connectors on my TV. Then there is the problem of all the wires, which my wife seems to complain about with far too much frequency.

Belkin has a device that will go on sale in late October that will take care of both these problems called the FlyWire. The FlyWire comes in two versions with the normal FlyWire coming in October and the FlyWire R1 coming in Q1 2009.

Belkin announces new iPod voice recording accessory

Posted in Microphone by Nino Marchetti on July 10th, 2008

Belkin GoStudio

Belkin unleashed a slew of new products today. One of these is a new portable recording solution for those wanting to use their iPod as the storage medium. The new Belkin GoStudio prices around $120.

The Belkin GoStudio lets you record full podcast episodes, interviews, lectures, music, or short clips directly onto your iPod. You can do with this audio what you will, be it uploading to iTunes or storing on your computer.

Belkin USB hub fills your desk hole

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2008

Belkin USB hub
Every now and then you come across a design that is absolutely brilliant. Like this Belkin USB hub that fits in the grommet hole on your computer desk. I always knew that hole was good for something, besides making objects disappear never to be seen again.

Combine that hole with something you can never have enough of, like USB ports, and what you’ve got is gadget gold. The 3″ grommet hub has 4 raised USB ports with openings on each side for hiding cables, and if your hole is smaller,(This all sounds really wrong…) you may need the 2″ version. Simple and brilliant.

Belkin travel powerstrip: surge protection, USB charging

Posted in Belkin by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2008

Belkin travel powerstrip
Turns out that the power strip isn’t all played out after all, and can still surprise us. Take this Belkin Mini Surge Protector for instance. It has three grounded three-prong power outlets and two USB ports, and plugs directly into the wall socket, so there’s no dangling cord. A green LED lets you know that the connected devices are safe from surges. Belkin even backs it up with a $75,000 warranty.

Belkin even throws in a mini-USB cable, which will work with many brands of cellphones. It is supposed to be priced under $25, so this is truly a worthwhile purchase when it becomes available at the end of April.

MacWorld 2008

Belkin outdoes the manila envelope

Posted in Accessories,Belkin,MacBook,MacWorld 2008 by Darrin Olson on January 18th, 2008

Belkin Sleeve case for the MacBook AirJobs and the Apple marketing team have been using a manila envelope to show off just how thin the new MacBook Air really is, but Belkin thinks it has a little bit better carrying case for the new notebook. The new MacBook Air Sleeves come in four different designs ranging from $39.99 to $49.99 that add only slightly more bulk than the Jobs’ envelope.

The sleeves are made from Neoprene and leather and include the Slim-Fit, which has no zippers or magnets, just a sleeve and a flap for $39.99. The Neoprene/Leather model does have an asymmetrical zipper for side or top loading of your MacBook and goes for $49.99. There is also a Vertical Sleeve model with a strap which is designed for use all by itself also for $29.99 along with the Expression Sleeve which also features a strap. The other Sleeves are tailored a little more to be carried inside another bag.

Belkin readies hybrid gaming keyboard

Posted in Belkin,Controllers by Nino Marchetti on October 4th, 2007

Belkin n52te hybrid gaming keyboard with Razer gaming softwareBelkin is getting some new gaming hardware as it today unveiled the n52te, a hybrid gaming keyboard enhanced by Razer gaming software. The n52te is priced at around $70.

The Belkin n52te is designed to help PC gamers across a variety of gaming genres, be it first person shooter or real-time strategy. It has 15 programmable keys built for quick access, a backlit keypad and scroll wheel, tactile feedback and can be toggled between three keymap states.

iPhone Accessories From Belkin

Posted in Belkin,iPhone Accessories by Reuben Drake on July 2nd, 2007

iPhone Acrylic case with stand from BelkinAbout a month ago we brought you a preview of the iPhone armband coming from Belkin, and today Belkin has officially launched their iPhone accessories on their website.

Along with the armband, Belkin is offering an acrylic case that custom fits the iPhone with a stand to hold it upright and horizontal for watching videos. The case has a removable belt clip, access to the controls and ports and increases the size of the iPhone only slightly while adding some protection.

Additional iPhone accessories include a slim-fit leather case ($29.99), some stereo cables and a headphone adapter ($10.95) that both fit the special recessed 3.5mm stereo jack.