Posts Tagged ‘USB’
  • Web cam like it’s 1942 with the USB Retro Webcam
    by Mike
    Posted May 8th, 2009 at 4:23 am
    Some people, regardless of age are just "old souls" through and through.  They are but an antique trapped in a gadget lovers body.  Thankfully in the gadget world, there are people who are looking out for you in this weird and exciting journey through the future, (as you old souls would see it).  If yakin' it up with your pals over the web is one of your favorite past times, I have some exciting news for you.  You can now feel comfortable in the new generation and still "express yourself...
  • The “all-in-one” laptop cooler
    by Mike
    Posted May 6th, 2009 at 4:30 pm
    Laptop coolers serve a vital part to many mobile users as it keeps their laptops from melting and their legs from receiving 3rd degree burns.  Not much has changed in the laptop cooler market as their really isn't much you can do with them.  Add some new colors and shapes and that's about all there is to it.  However, Brando has taken the boring and single minded laptop cooler and made it into a multi-tasking genius by adding a hard drive dock and USB hub on board as well.  Now instead o...
  • Take your mouse to another, more extreme level with the Mighty Mouse 5
    by Mike
    Posted May 6th, 2009 at 6:10 am
    Contrary to what many would believe after simply reading the tite, the Mighty Mouse 5 is in no way affiliated with Apple.  Of course, that could be a good thing as Apple tends to eschew function instead for form.  The Mighty Mouse 5's claim to fame is it's extreme ruggedness.  If you need a serious off road mouse, this is your mouse.  This silicone covered adventurer will operate in such extremes all the way from  0°C up to 70°C  meaning no matter where you are, feel comfort in knowi...
  • For the those who just like a good ‘ol skull…presenting the 4-port Skull USB hub
    by Mike
    Posted May 4th, 2009 at 8:11 pm
    Their are times in life when our sanity is questioned and we come face to face with the realization that we could be just a tad bit crazy.  If you have a fascination with skulls, crossbones, and all things morbid, the 4-port Skull USB hub is just the gadget that will get your cold blood boiling with excitement.  Jokes aside, (just because you like skulls doesn't make you a freak), the Skull Hub is definitely a unique and creative way to connect your digital gadgets.  The next time you bri...
  • Start the high speed party early…get your USB 3.0 cables now!
    by Mike
    Posted April 27th, 2009 at 6:54 am
    So USB 3.0 controllers and hardware won't be available for at least another year, that isn't going to stop the forward thinking techno freak that could be you!  Such trivial problems such as no software or secondary hardware to support a different piece of hardware is going to set back the true electronic guru.  No sir.  For those individuals, USB fever has your back.  They are  selling 2 meter long USB 3.0 cables for $9.99.  We all know that USB 3.0 is much faster than USB 2.0, ten t...
  • Unleash your inner James Bond with the USB Spy Pen
    by Mike
    Posted April 21st, 2009 at 5:40 am
    James Bond is perhaps one of the greatest heros of all time for many boys and grown men alike.  He gets all of the ladies, vacation hot spots, and most importantly, the gadgets.  For years boys and men alike have drooled at the TV screen with each new gadget that Bond ads to his arsenal, dreaming of an imaginary life in which they too could hold that gadget in their hand, whatever it may be, and for a moment live the life of bond.  If said dream corresponds more or less with your thought ...
  • Make old cassettes new and digital
    by Mike
    Posted April 16th, 2009 at 3:58 am
    If you grew up in the pre-CD era, chances are you have at least a couple of old cassettes laying around your humble abode collecting dust.  Back in the day they were the leading in technology - such a small format held so much...again back in the day.  The world has since progressed from these meager times to a much more versatile digital format.  While physical mediums, even the digital CD, are starting to travel down the path of dying tech, digital is merely progressing to a more "true"...
  • USB/Vinyl recorder blends old and new - compliments of Denon
    by Mike
    Posted April 9th, 2009 at 6:59 pm
    There isn't a group that at times could be any more vocal about their beliefs than the vinyl crowd. Vinyl they say, has a more lifelike, "warmer" sound - better than the cold, harsh, and analytical of compressed music that has made itself popular today. Denon, looking to end the dispute and bring both sides together in a technological harmonious event is releasing a functional and good looking Vinyl to USB recorder. Now the vinyl purist and digital savvy user don't have to quarrel day in an...
  • The gadget that never judges…USB “Pet Rock”
    by Mike
    Posted April 2nd, 2009 at 5:41 am
    Some people love electronics...some love animals.  How do you mix the fun, excitement, and randomness in your life that a pet brings while getting the easy to maintain/take care of, silence, and no clean up of your favorite gadget?  Combine them of course!  Now you can have the best of the "animal/pet" world and gadget world with the USB Pet Rock.  Never worry about leaving him or her home for long periods of time as it won't poop on your floor.  Nor do you have to buy endless bags of d...
  • In the video connection world, USB is still the loser..
    by Mike
    Posted January 10th, 2009 at 12:37 pm
      Take a stroll to your local electronics store and look at the back of a high end monitor or TV.  What do you see?  You'll see every type of connection known to man kind and multiple's of some of them.  One would ask, "How did we get to the point where we have so many connections?".  It's manufacturers thinking that they have the next latest and greatest, or best solution for the industry.  Naturally not everyone sees eye to eye and someone else or some other group release their own ...
  • “Ultra Compact” USB Power Adapter Recalled by Apple!!!
    by Mike
    Posted September 20th, 2008 at 8:31 pm
    Uh oh....if you have been electorcuted yet by your "Ultra Compact" USB power adapter, STOP using it!!.  Seems these little things have been discovered to have a nasty little defect.  The power prongs can snap off in the wall outlet potentially giving your heart a not to welcome jumpstart.  Most of the defective adapters came with the iPhone 3G. Follow the link to apples recall page to see if you're affected.
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