Posts Tagged ‘USB’
  • Memory Pill USB Drive: Clever design. Worthless amount of storage capacity. All for $18
    by Mike
    Posted June 8th, 2009 at 3:15 am
    While you may be looking at the picture above completely captivated and entranced, wondering when and where you can pick up your very own Memory Pill USB Flash Drive, may be experiencing a case of "blinded by the light" syndrome.  That is, they are getting distracted by the pretty pictures.  However, coming to find out that this super neat flash drive only has a laughable and seemingly worthless 64MB of actual storage capacity should snap anyone back to reality pretty damn quick.  While $...
  • Clean you desk/slay cute little dust bunnies real good w/ the USB Mini Vacuum
    by Mike
    Posted June 2nd, 2009 at 11:30 am
    Do you consider yourself a neat freak? While I don't like dust and dirt on my computer desk or clutter taking up valuable space, I wouldn't go as far as to say I'm a neat freak. However, for some, the never ending quest to neatness is full of baddies and bunnies that set out to hamper you in your cleaning crusade. No matter how much you may be drawn to your full size vacuum, you just can't lift that sucker up on the desk and start suckin' away. First off, it's too big. Secondly, depending ...
  • Strawberry Chocolate Cake 3-Port USB Hub
    by Mike
    Posted June 2nd, 2009 at 5:27 am
    Ever been confused to the point you didn't know if the object you were trying to ingest was actually edible or not? If so, first, put your drink down. Secondly, it may be because you were holding the Strawberry Chocolate Cake USB Hub. As the name implies, the SCC-USB Hub closely resembles one of life's sweetest treasures ensuring that while you move invisible digital bits your stomach can call out for its own bits - not so digital. Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and OS X users can all partake of...
  • USB Mass storage mode not working on your Berry/SD card? [How-To]
    by Mike
    Posted May 29th, 2009 at 8:23 am
    One of the great parts of the Blackberry experience is the ability to save files to the SD card for use in sending to another recipient or simply by using your Berry as a big radio wave emitting flash drive. However, while process of entering mass storage mode is extremely easy, occasionally things go awry. Have you ever connected, enabling mass storage mode, only to find that your SD card inside your berry doesn't show up or get recognized? The solution and ensuing happiness are right insi...
  • Go green…Kill a tree…starve a panda - Bamboo keyboard/mouse
    by Mike
    Posted May 28th, 2009 at 6:37 am
    Keyboards are a computer accessory that while the physical layout has undergone consistent changes more or less throughout the years, the actual composition of them has not - plain 'ol plastic. Mice on the other hand have enjoyed a somewhat slightly more modern evolution, moving from mouse balls, to lasers, and in the future who knows what. But, what is someone who is more earth friendly to do? Simple. Buy a Micro Innovation bamboo keyboard and mouse. Said keyboard and mouse will rid the ...
  • Palm doing it all wrong - Pre to require deivce specific micro USB cable?
    by Mike
    Posted May 24th, 2009 at 6:07 pm
    Apple is known for running a tight ship in regards to iPod/iPhone 3rd party accessories in that not just everyone can pop out a sync cable or home speaker dock.  Perhaps one of the more shady practices that Apple has regarding iPod's and iPhones is the need to purchase special "Apple approved" video out cables in order to output video to your TV.  It appears as if Palm, desperate for anything to bring in more customers is sadly losing sight on what really matters - consumer choice and happ...
  • For the more “miniture” typist
    by Mike
    Posted May 20th, 2009 at 6:04 am
    While there are keyboards that come in various shapes and sizes for people with average and even larger sized hands, tiny handed people don't really have much to go with. That was until now. Thanks to the "Tiny Wireless Keyboard", miniture typists and those with less than normal handsizes biased towards the smaller end of the spectrum can enjoy the reduced typing area thanks to the wireless keyboards size: 17 cm x 8.3 cm x 1.5cm. Since it only weighs a mere 145g and can run off of 2AA batte...
  • Ravage -> Flash drive -> Ravage
    by Mike
    Posted May 19th, 2009 at 11:42 am
    For all of the Transformers fans, this next showcasing of gadget geekiness and love will surely win over your hearts and geek filled heads. Instead of the other dumb flash drives that have made their way through this site, take a minute to gander at the latest in USB coolness - the transforming USB flash drive, or "Ravage" if you know your transformers stuff. Why carry around a boring stick of a flash drive when you could pass time with multiple USB Ravage flash drives reeinacting battle sce...
  • Latest in “Green” technology: The Recycled Cardboard USB Flash Drive
    by Mike
    Posted May 14th, 2009 at 8:55 am
    Just when you though technology had hit a temporary roadblock or wall in regards to "green/eco-friendly" technology, designer and forward thinker Colin Garceau-Tremblay would like to remind you that we still have a ways to go before reaching that wall. Introducing the "Recycled Cardboard USB Flash Drive." As the name clearly depicts, this drive, if ever materializing into a real object, would be fabricated out of completely recyclable cardboard making the impact on the evironment as miniscul...
  • More visits to the chiropracter and lost and found thanks to the Super Slim USB Mouse
    by Mike
    Posted May 13th, 2009 at 2:05 pm
    If you could add together the worry people contain within their minds pertaining to all of the things, events, and objects that could send them to the hospital or possibly maim with the added worry of having to keep track of a million different things that society has miniaturized for "our convenience", you would get a recipe for a great gadget. (oh boy) Introducing the Super Slim USB (what else) Mouse. Portable now has an all new meaning as this mouse will defy nature and border patrol if ...
  • The Lego assault continues…USB hubs the next victim.
    by Mike
    Posted May 13th, 2009 at 1:18 pm
    It was pretty much a given that when you we a little boy (that is if you are currently an older boy/man), you played with legos. If you were like me you had a big 40 gallon tub that was full of hundreds of mixed lego sets giving you an unlimited number of possibilities to show off to the world your creative imagination. While there were gadgets such as the Lego Flash Drive, the Lego MP3 Player, and the Lego Phone, some were still left wanting more. If you are in fact a needy techie/Lego lo...
  • Puppy shpaed USB powered speakers bring sappy to your desktop
    by Mike
    Posted May 8th, 2009 at 12:41 pm
    I know at least once or twice in your lives you may have looked at your dog, looked at your laptop, listened to the sounds radiating from it and then looked back at your dog wondering how you could somehow plug your computer into your dog (guess where) thereby creating a cute little puppy speaker, you need some help. Jokes aside, the USB Powered Puppy Speakers, products of The Japan Trust Company, are in fact the real deal. While definitely not my cup of tea, bottle of beer, (now we're talki...
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