There is a new kid on the block when it comes to USB connectors, it is “The Flipper.” The concept is so incredibly simply you will laugh when you see it. The Flipper is a USB connector that will make correct contact with the host USB port regardless of how you insert it.
Granted it is not that hard to figure out which side is up and down…and I will admit [openly] that if you have trouble with that – then you are an idiot.
So if you are having trouble here is a tip: Seam is the down side, seamless is the up side.
So The Flipper will help the idiots who can’t figure heads from tails.
I do say, there was a design flaw in the first place with having an up and down position, it should have been universal and hopefully The Flipper will catch on and thus change USB forever…or at least until USB 3.0 takes over.
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 is just hitting the market and while we spend our time trying to obtain the 3.0 hard drives and 3.0 flash drives, we might get stuck with trying to make the connection.
USBFever just launched a full line if USB 3.0 adapters to help you with the connection problems you might have. Most notably would be you trying to extend the cable longer, or flipping from a Type A to a Type B connector.
USBFever includes the following solutions for USB 3.0 adapters and connectors:
In Feb of 2007 Belkin introduces their USB transfer cable to get from XP to Vista. Now Belkin has their USB transfer cable to get you from Vista to Windows 7. From everything we’ve heard and experienced, we expect nothing less than a mad rush for users to get away from Vista and try anything new.
The two-ended USB cable plugs into your old Vista or XP computer as well as the new Windows 7 machine. Then you launch the Easy Transfer application shipping with Windows 7 inside “Start | Programs | Accessories | System Tools”. Once there, you can migrate files, users, bookmarks and emails onto your shiny new rig.
Since many programs might not be Windows 7 compatible, Belkin puts together a list of what those programs are with links to any updates available for the software. Seems to me that database would be a nightmare in itself, but hey, we’ll drink from the water cooler.
The Belkin USB transfer cable from Vista to Windows 7 retails for $39 – but we found it on sale for $22. Not much to avoid a headache and make life a bit easier, right?
The Universal Serial Bus name has expanded it’s connectivity reputation once again with the Alesis USB to MIDI audio cable. The latest in Alesis’ AudioLink series solves the problem for musicians and their connectivity issues.
The MIDI-to-USB cable has traditional male and female MIDI (DIN) connectors on one end and a USB connector on the other. Musicians can use the USB-MIDI Cable to control virtually any MIDI-compliant software using any hardware device with a MIDI output jack, such as a keyboard, drum pad or MPC
The USB-MIDI Cable is class compliant for plug-and-play USB connectivity on
The second half of this year will be exciting for GetUSB.info as USB 3.0 products and devices make it’s way into the retail space. Today we are going to start off with one of the first products, the USB 3.0 Cable.
USBFever released their 6 foot USB 3.0 cable for $10. The cable is USB A male to A male connector. The cable looks the same as a USB 2.0 cable, so what’s the difference in a USB 3.0 cable? Read on:
USB 3.0 is also called USB SuperSpeed. When data is being transmitted under the SuperSpeed dual simplex signaling occurs, meaning…it’s possible two sets of data
The desk drawer to my left is full of card readers, USB sticks, cables etc. It’s just too much. Last week Brando sent me an email with their latest idea to reduce the clutter and global waste of all these connection devices. It was a USB cable with an SD card reader built; in-line.
Take away the fact that it’s ANOTHER cable I will have, the idea of putting connectors in-line a USB cable is brilliant.
There are two versions to you can buy, but really only one is needed. Brando offers the full size SD card reader and the microSD card reader version. Simply buy the full SD card version and get a microSD adapter and you are set.
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