USB tough guy

February 21, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

Now this is what I call a tough USB drive, originally made for the military, this device is completely everything proof, and is made by R and D Electronics under license from the giant lockhead corporation, so there is a lot back ground there. The USB itself has the following memory available in 32 mb [...]

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Mimobots are coming

February 21, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

No this is not an invasion, but a really range of flash drives or portable storage devices if you prefer, but with a difference, they are modeled on toys, or the toys that are electrical devices, not quite sure which one it is, I believe that the company describes themselves as a designer toy studio [...]

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The handy USB Hub

February 21, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

Depending on what type of computer you are buying, there appears to be a huge difference when it comes to USB ports, the different manufacturers add between one and four, but now days there is a huge reason to have more USB ports simply because the amount of products and accessories that need to be [...]

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Iogear USB Pocket SD, Reader and Writer.

February 19, 2007 by davidallen | 1 Comment

This card reader is really great, it enables you to read cards that have been used previously and maybe left in a draw or from a camera, PDA or Phone that no longer works, with the Iogear card reader you can once again have a look on what is on those old memory cards. This [...]

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Prevent computer crashes with Kick Off

February 19, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

I must say that it has been sometime since a computer has crashed on me, I do not think that since a bought this laptop with the windows XP pro operating system, that it has crashed once, however my son has XP home on his and for some reason it crashes all of the time, [...]

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USB Flash Drive that gives off a nice scent

February 16, 2007 by davidallen | 2 Comments

When you are stuck in a room for hours on end it can become a little stale, so one thing that can cheer the room up is the Scented USB Flash Drive. The Flash Drive is the same as any other Flash Drive, it comes in different sized memory from 128 MB to 1 GB, [...]

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Pocketec’s USB 12GB 1″ HDD

February 9, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

It looks nice and it will impress your friends: the Pocketec NANO 12GB USB HDD. But still I have to ask myself it is useful: why not go for the much saver and reliable flash memory USB drives? The problem about the Pocketec NANO is that it is so small you are going to be [...]

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Samsung’s first 4G device: SPH-P9000

February 6, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Samsung‘s first 4G device, the SPH-P9000, may not be the nicest looking on the outside, but in my opinion the inside says it all: a 1GhZ Transmeta powered biest. The 5″ display and 65-key QWERTY keyboard will provide enough comfort for serious work on the SPH-P9000 and the processor will presumably be powerful enough to [...]

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Transcend sells 2g light USB sticks

February 3, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

I don’t think my hands are sensitive enough to notice 2g weight added on to them, but that is exactly what these nice looking Transcend USB sticks weigh, while still offering 1GB/2GB/4GB storage. Wow. I once did have a very similar USB stick but it weighed a hefty 4.x grams. Sadly however, the price just [...]

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Jumpdrive Mercury coming at you

February 3, 2007 by onlineexperts | Leave a Comment

Jumpdrive Mercury, the much acclaimed USB flash drive, is now shipping according to Lexar. This flash drive packs oodles of features including an e-ink display on top where you can see the remaining capacity instantly, Lexar’s Secure II encryption-tools software which lets you create password-protected partitions, PowerToGo software platform pre-loaded into the drive which works [...]

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Doctor Who’s TARDIS lands on a desk near you

February 1, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

The most famous time traveling machine ever has been transformed into an accessory for computers, yes with the new series of Doctor Who programs appealing to a new audience, there are plenty of people who would like to see this on the their desk. Having to use a USB hub is not really any inconvenience [...]

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DIY #4: USB AA NiMH/NiCd charger

February 1, 2007 by poeloq | 1 Comment

In one of our previous DIY projects I already mentioned how much I dislike cables, because of the amount us gadget lovers carry around with us. One of the worst, even if cable-less, things must be my AA charger: it is bulky (they tried to make it look nice and gave it a rounded design) [...]

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Floppy Disk finally going floppy

February 1, 2007 by onlineexperts | Leave a Comment

Who uses floppy disks at this age and time? No one, save for a few totally tech-impaired individuals who has never heard of a USB port before. The floppy has served its time and now is the right moment to give it the proper burial it so deserves. It was the “in” thing before but [...]

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