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Here Comes Pretec’s miCARD

Posted in Flash Memory,miCARD by Chetz on June 7th, 2007

S-Diamond miCARD from PretecIt was just last week when the Multimedia Card Association introduced the miCARD format to the world. Designed to work with both USB and MMC slots the miCARD can hold up to 2 GB of info presently and the designers speculate the the technology’s upper-limit will be 2 terabytes. The idea is to cram more memory onto the same size of a unit and make it more functional for dual entry ports. Not too shabby for something so small, right?

Pretec is the first company out of the gate to announce its first miCARD series dubbed the S-Diamond. The models will range in storage capacity between 128 MB to 8 GB. No word on availability or prices as of yet.

Source: EverythingUSB

Lego USB Flash Drive

Posted in Flash Memory,USB by Reuben Drake on May 31st, 2007

Lego USB Flash Drive from ZipZipUSB flash drives come in all shapes and sized these days, and not even a lego brick can escape it.

A Australian company called Zip Zip has created a 1GB USB flash memory thumb drive out of small Lego bricks just to add a little fun to you data storage needs.

This design makes me wonder if you could stack these bricks together, and something that would be really cool is if by stacking them you could expand the memory. But for now I think they are just regular Lego bricks with a flash drive built in.

The Lego USB flash drive comes in six colors of yellow, blue, red, white, black and green and retails for just under $49 ($59 AUD).

ZipZip via Giz

USB Mini Fridge

Posted in Coolers,USB by Reuben Drake on May 21st, 2007

USB Mini Fridge holds and can chill one can at a time powered by USB from your computer.This tiny desktop refrigerator is a definite step up from the USB Beverage cooler “cold plate” we wrote about last fall. With the ability to cool your drink down with a running temperature of just over 8 degrees C, this USB Mini Fridge can hold and cool exactly one standard 12 ounce can. It’s powered solely by USB via your computer which makes it a fairly portable personal fridge that can sit on your desk and keep your drinks cool, one at a time.

The design resembles a tiny refrigerator and even has a little LED light inside when opened (we have a feeling that this refrigerator light really does stay on all the time). We’re not sure how long it would take to actually cool down a can of …

Multi-Task with USB Finger Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Paul Patterson on October 19th, 2006

USB Finger Mouse

Road warriors looking to minimize gear while maximizing efficiency need look no further than the USB Finger Mouse. The Finger Mouse is a miniaturized mouse that attaches to your index finger and shortens time between keyboarding and mouse movements.

The mouse works by strapping the mouse to your index finger and using your thumb to operate the mouse buttons and scroll wheel. The innovative design allows users to write or type while operating the USB Finger Mouse at the same time, thus shortening the operation time between keyboarding and operating a mouse. Your middle finger acts as a stabilizer to provide support when double-clicking. The optical sensor on the mouse works on many surfaces such as clothing and whatever surfaces you find yourself working on.

While probably not ideal for all situations, the mouse may work well with confined working conditions and …