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IOGEAR Unveils Wireless Keyboard Remote for TV PCs

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2011

IOGEAR has a new and innovative on-lap wireless keyboard. The GKM571R-581R 2.4 GHz allows wireless connectivity for laptops, HTPCs, HDTVs and your game consoles. It’s also been contoured to fit anyone’s lap. It has a 1,000 DPI trackball, left and right mouse click buttons, a scroll wheel, and a USB port for recharging its NimH batteries or uploading new content.

It also features a USB 2.4 GHz receiver with 33 ft. range. The device is compatible with the latest Windows OS and will cost you just $74.95. Your purchase includes the keyboard, a charging cable, a couple of NimH batteries, and a USB RF receiver.

Iogear intros two new wireless keyboards

Posted in Iogear by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2011

Iogear has just revealed the Multi-Link Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad. It has the ability to connect with six separate Bluetooth devices up to 30 feet away, has customizable hotkeys, and it weighs just 1.9 pounds.

The company has also outed the new 2.4GHz Wireless Compact Keyboard, which measures 10.25 x 4.4 x 1-inch profile. It has an optical trackball and 16 dedicated hotkeys. The Bluetooth model goes on sale soon for $79.95, and the 2.4GHz will cost just $59.99.

IOGEAR unveils two new Wireless Keyboards for HTPC

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 14th, 2010

IOGEAR has introduced a pair of new wireless keyboards for your HTPC. The GKM571R and GKM581R both feature interesting designs. These wireless keyboards also feature 2.4GHz wireless technology, an optical trackball and a 1200dpi sensor along with a scroll wheel.

The IOGEAR GKM571R keyboard sports a lid for dust protection and an LED backlight, while the GKM581R features a slip resistant rubber bottom. The IOGEAR GKM571R and GKM581R are priced at $99.95 and $89.95.

IOGEAR Wireless USB to VGA Kit gets friendly with HDTV

Posted in Adapters by Nino Marchetti on August 27th, 2008

IOGEAR Wireless USB to VGA Kit

IOGEAR has been on a tear of late with new connectivity products for your computer living experience. One of the latest is the Wireless USB to VGA Kit, priced around $230.

The IOGEAR Wireless USB to VGA Kit, according to IOGEAR, enables HD video streaming between a PC and TV or projector up to 720p in a home or office. It works from up to 30 feet away on a HDTV and lets one make use of the TV’s picture-in-picture feature to watch a show and look at a computer display at the same time.

New IOGEAR KVM switch offers USB laptop control

Posted in KVM by Nino Marchetti on August 25th, 2008

IOGEAR USB Laptop KVM Switch
IOGEAR is introducing a KVM switch which is reportedly the first that enables a laptop to replace the traditional keyboard, mouse and monitor on a second computer. It is called the USB Laptop KVM Switch and it prices around $130.

The IOGEAR USB Laptop KVM Switch connects two computers via USB 2.0 ports, letting individuals manage both computers with the laptop. It comes with built-in file transfer utility software that lets consumers drag and drop files or create backup copies between machines. Also built-in is an integrated USB 2.0 port to access a compatible device from the laptop and also “desktop scaling that modifies the desktop computer’s resolution to be compatible with a laptop screen.”

IOGEAR [via Maximum PC]

IOGEAR launches pair of new memory card readers

Posted in Iogear by Shane McGlaun on July 7th, 2008

IOGEAR GFR281 Memory Card ReaderNot too long ago my memory card reader died on me. Several people I know asked me why exactly I bothered with a memory card reader when I can just connect my DSLR/phone/MP3 player directly to my computer. The answer is that with a memory card reader I don’t have to remember to turn the camera or device back off.

Every time I hook my Nikon D80 up to my computer I tend to forget it’s on and the next time I need it my battery is dead. IOGEAR announced a couple of new card readers today that are exactly what I need to replace my dead one. The GFR209 is a 12-in-1 Pocket Card reader/Writer that retails for $11.95. The GFR 209 can read and write to SD, miniSD, MMC, Memory Stick, and MS Duo cards. It’s also tiny and very portable at only 2.5-inches long and under 1-inch deep.

IOGEAR’s USB-sharing Net ShareStation

Posted in Networking by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2008

IOGEAR’s USB-sharing Net ShareStation
When a device comes along that lets us operate with one less cable on our desk, we’re all for it. The latest offering from IOGEAR uses the sharing-over-network method with its new Net ShareStation.

It plugs into your router (wireless or not) and can take up to four USB devices of your choice, but you’ll need your own AC-powered 4-port USB hub if you want to use more than one device. Yes, that kinda sucks doesn’t it? But if you still want one, you can get it for $80.

IoGear debuts external DVI video card

Posted in Graphics Cards by Nino Marchetti on April 21st, 2008

IoGear External DVI video card

IOGear pumps out products like there is no tomorrow. They also assign them really funky model names, luckily tying those to titles we can actually understand. This newest product should be pretty clear therefore – the USB 2.0 External DVI Video Card, or model GUC2020DW6 if keeping track, priced at around $150.

The mission of the GUC2020DW6 is simple – deliver DVI video output to an additional computer display to spread workflow out. This external card does this via USB connectivity by connecting the video adapter and installing an included driver.

IOGEAR DVI Extender goes 100 feet with one cable

Posted in HDTV by Darrin Olson on April 15th, 2008

IOGEAR DVI Extender kit sends signal 100 feet for under $500The new DVI Extender Kit from IOGear packs some serious high-def distance into a relatively affordable package. The DVI extender has the ability to send both a video and audio signal up to 100 feet away through a single CAT 5e/6 cable connection, and can be yours for just shy of $500.

Granted, $500 is getting close to the price of some decent high-def displays but if you have a nice system that you would like to keep away from high traffic areas or just out of the way this is a pretty sweet solution and is way better than trying to use a 100-foot DVI cable. The kit includes two boxes, the local and remote DVI extenders with the remote extender having a 3.5mm jack for connecting your stereo speakers at the other end.

IoGear PCPortal allows remote computer access

Posted in Networking by Nino Marchetti on March 10th, 2008

pcportal1.jpgIoGear is out today with a new piece of computer hardware which lets on the go workers “access their home or office computers from across the globe, as if they were working on the machine directly.” It is called the PCPortal and pricing is at around $500.

The IoGear PCPortal is completely hardware based, reportedly only requiring an Internet connection, Web browser and your router’s current IP address. With this device you can, for example, do remote file transfers or troubleshoot a remote machine if it is not operating correctly. This device allows for access to multiple machines when connected through a USB KVM switch.

Take digital notes without your computer with IOGEAR

Posted in Iogear by Shane McGlaun on March 3rd, 2008

IOGEAR Mobile Digital Scribe
Back when I had a real job I often wanted to take notes that I could store on my computer without actually having to take my computer with me to a meeting. I also had to endure the irritated looks my lab partner gave me when I was typing away on my notebook during class in college. IOGEAR has announced just the ticket for the times when you don’t want to use your computer to take notes, but want to be able to get the notes into your computer to store.

IOGEAR announced today its new Mobile Digital Scribe that allows handwritten notes to be written on standard paper using standard ink from an included pen. In fact IOGEAR says that the GPEN200N can capture handwritten information from any surface. The handwritten notes are stored in the ultrasonic transmitter and a special infrared pen that uses normal ink is required for the system to operate. The pen is included with the system.

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IoGear audio system uses Powerline technology

Posted in CES 2008,Iogear,Powerline by Nino Marchetti on January 8th, 2008

IoGear Powerline Stereo SystemIoGear has introduced a new audio system at CES which makes use of Powerline technology to move sound from one room to another. It’s called the IoGear Powerline Stereo System and price is set at around $330.

The IoGear Powerline Stereo System lets one connect an audio source such as an iPod or CD player to several different input types found on a docking station. Connecting a pair of powered speakers to the supplied adapter, one can transmit audio between the station and adapter over the home’s power lines.

Iogear debuts new digital OCR pen

Posted in Iogear,Pens by Nino Marchetti on August 20th, 2007

Iogear Digital ScribeIogear unveiled today a new device for transferring longhand notes and drawings from paper to a computer. This product is called the Digital Scribe (GPEN100C) and it should be available now for around $100.

The Iogear Digital Scribe is an electronic pen which uses standard ink and also transmits what you write on paper to a PC so it can be converted to digital text for editing and storage. The pen has an infrared sensor to capture hand movements and an ultrasonic transmitter in it which sends signals to an electronic receiver. This receiver, connected to a Windows machine through a USB cable, sends what you’ve written to OCR software for digital conversion.