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SoundGraph FingerVU USB sub-monitors

Posted in monitors by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2010

SoundGraph has introduced some devices called FingerVU that function as USB sub-monitors. They come in 4.3″ and 7″ screen sizes. You won’t need a mouse and keyboard to manipulate what’s on them since the FingerVU works independently of the main monitor using touch and SoundGraph’s own FingerUI interface.

These are probably good for watching videos or RSS feeds while you work on other stuff on the main screen. Twitter addicts will want to use it for their Twitter feed.

GNO3 Gundam USB flash drive from Bandai Japan

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2010

This guy looks a little big to be a flash drive. Then again it is a Gundam. Straight from Bandai Japan, this GNO3 Gundam USB flash drive will protect your desk from other robots and evildoers. It comes in capacities of 1GB, 2GB and 4GB (We think).

It also comes pre-loaded with a GN03 game to pass the time when you should be working. Why not buy two and face them off against each other? If only they moved and I could have my own Rock Em Sock Em robots.

Belkin Home Base wireless USB sharing

Posted in Belkin by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2010

The Belkin Home Base merges wireless networking and USB connectivity in one device, with a small footprint. This gives users a simple way to share up to four USB devices from a central location. The Home Base will also allow one of your external hard drives to act as a media server if you have a DLNA set up.

It’s compatible with devices like the Xbox 360 or Sony PS3. Super convenient. We told you about this way back in September, but now it’s just $66 at Amazon. Better grab one.

Lockheed Martin introduces Ultra Secure flash drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on January 20th, 2010

That’s right. Lockheed Martin, the aircraft guys. The company ventures into unfamiliar territory with the Lockheed Martin flash drive, but the name alone assures you that this drive is quality all around. It can carry all of your computer data and allows you to use it on any external PC.

Some other features include 8GB of storage, 256 bit encryption, built-in virus protection and even some networking technology. Nothing on price yet, but soon government employees everywhere will be using them.

DisplayPort 1.2 gets official with multi-streaming, USB

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2010

The VESA group has released the latest DisplayPort version 1.2 which delivers 21.6Gbps of data rate, making it ideal for handling 3D, color depths higher than 24-bit and faster frame rates. It can also handle multi-streaming. A single cable is capable of outputing two 2560×1600 displays at full frame rate, four 1920×1200 screens, or a single screen with a resolution of 3,840 x 2,400 pixels.

The data channel that was introduced with DisplayPort now hits 720Mbps with DisplayPort 1.2, enabling it to run at full speed via the display cable and gives it Dolby or DTS audio as well as headroom for webcams, 100Mbps Ethernet and other technology that would normally require a separate cable.

Triple USB Foot Switch

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2010

If you’re looking for a new way to control your devices, then check this out. It takes a page out of your grandmother’s sewing book and lets you control things with a foot switch. The triple USB foot switch allows you to control your peripherals using foot pedals.

Is it faster than a keyboard shortcut? I doubt it. But maybe you feel like you need to put on the gas and go all vroom vroom on your peripherals. Each pedal can be pre-programmed with unique keys or multiple keys with the included software.

Briefcase USB Turntable

Posted in Turntables by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2010

On the way to the party it’s all business with this Briefcase USB Turntable, but once you arrive and open your briefcase, that’s when the funk has arrived. Time to party with some old school vinyl. The party is wherever you are as the Briefcase USB Turntable allows you to carry and play your favorite vinyl albums on the go.

But it isn’t just a turntable. It will also convert vinyl albums into digital formats via USB. Some other features include built-in speakers and the Audacity Software Suite for recording and editing audio.

24-Port USB Hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on December 31st, 2009

If you’re like me you have way too many USB gadgets and not enough spare ports. Well, for those who like to rock your USB ports, here’s a 24 port solution. Now you’ll have room for all of your drives, humping dog toys and Christmas lights.

It comes bundled with an AC adapter too. The 24-Port USB Hub will set you back $69.99. If you still don’t have enough USB ports, then you have too many toys and are obviously not getting any work done.

Team announces Dual interface X092 flash drive

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on December 31st, 2009

Another day, another new flash drive. These things are being announced by the droves close to CES. A company called Team has announced a new flash drive that features dual connectivity and faster speeds than the typical USB 2.0 drive.

The drive is called the X092 from Team and it requires no power adapter to operate. Presumably, it can get power from the USB port to run in eSATA mode when needed. The drive will come in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities.

Warpia USB Adapter connects your PC to your TV wirelessly

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2009

Warpia has unveiled a handy USB audio/video adapter that allows you to hook up any PC to your TV using a USB PC adapter and a display base station that’s attached to your TV through VGA or HDMI. This is just what many of you have been looking for since the ports on your PC and TV probably don’t match.

The package comes with a wireless PC adapter and the display adapter and retails for $179.99. The adapter has about a 30-foot operating range, and supports video only up to 720p resolution, so you won’t be getting High Definition video.

XG1 Chic USB external HDD from LG

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2009

LG’s latest external hard drive will class up any joint. The XG1 Chic comes in 1TB, 1.5TB and 2TB capacities. And you can choose from black or white colors.

It’s a radical departure from your standard external hard drive which is nice. One thing that we get sick of is boring design. This is not boring. That girl sure looks happy about it.

Dual-Mode USB Modem from C-motech

Posted in Modems by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2009

C-motech’s dual-mode USB modem, known as the CBU-450D, handles HSUPA and also WiBro in South Korea as well as looking pretty in a floral motif. It measures in at just 92.7mm × 33.4mm × 12.2mm and weighs 43 grams>

The CBU-450D will handle a maximum download speed of 7.2Mbps and a maximum upload speed of 5.76Mbps in HSUPA mode, while in WiBro you’ll get 33Mbps download and 5.2Mbps upload speeds. It plays nice with Windows 7, Vista or XP.

Wii Classic Controller to PC USB adapter

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2009

If you play PC games with console-like controllers, you’ll dig the Wii Classic Controller to PC USB Adapter. Assuming that you already own a Wii Classic Controller anyway. This adapter allows you to enjoy your PC-based games the way god intended: By using a console controller.

You can use all of the Wii Classic Controller’s buttons, D-pad and analog sticks. It also features integrated turbo and auto-fire. At least this will give you an excuse to actually use your Wii Classic Controllers.

USB powered mini speaker is retro-modern

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2009

Check out this portable speaker from Japan, the UMAZONe. This USB 2.0 powered speaker will deliver 0.35W × 2ch output though a 38mm diameter speaker unit on the bottom. It’s designed as a vacuum tube amplifier with LED flashing lights for a classic and at the same time modern look.

It’s compatible with Windows XP/Vista and Windows 7. The UMAZONe speaker is priced at about $25 and comes in Silver and Black. We’ve seen far worse looking little speakers and you can never go wrong with vacuum tubes.

Wooden Cannon USB speaker

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

You just don’t see the ole cannon as much these days, what with our machine guns and killer robot drones, but if you have a special place in your heart for the cannon, then check this out. It’s a wood USB speaker. In the shape of a cannon.

The Wooden Cannon USB Speaker plugs into your computer via the USB port and has a 3.5mm headphone jack, which allows it to work with other MP3 players. The speakers will deliver 2.5W + 2.5W output. So how much is a wooden cannon USB speaker? Only $22.