Pretec Electronics is on to something with their new Idisk Connect USB stick. The Idisk acts as a bridge between mobile phones and your PC making it a seamless process to exchange data, sync and download content from your cell phone. Of course the Idisk also has flash storage capability. In addition, the Idisk Connect can recharge your cell battery simply by connecting it via USB. The Idisk controls and manages the flash drives connectivity internally so there are no switches or buttons to toggle. The Idisk is currently supported by Nokia and Sony Ericsson mobile phones, Pretec indicates Motorola, Samsung, BenQ, LG and more are soon to follow.Continue Reading
Samsung has largest HHD capacity smartphone at 8GBs. The SGH-i310 is absolutely loaded with features. Windows Mobile 5.0, 2 megapixel camera, microSD slot for even MORE capacity, document viewer, TV output (camera can record video), voice recorder, play songs, videos with the same experience as on a PC. The i310 changes the way folks will use their phone with the 8GB capacity – that’s 2,000 songs (4MB each). Included are dual speakers and digital power amp to get the most of the audio. Of course USB 2.0 and Bluetooth compatible. There is so much to list, just hit our link for more details.Continue Reading
Cherry has released a state-of-the art USB keyboard with integrated high-end smart-card reader for secure payment, digital signature, encryption and access authentication. Especially designed for all applications that combine smart card technology with security, the Smartboard G83-6733 has a secure PIN entry mode (class 2 smart card reader) that provides secure data transmission making this an ideal product for corporate purchasing agents and government buyers.Continue Reading
Introducing the four port MiniView Micro USB KVM switch from IOGEAR the simplest way to simultaneously run and share audio among four computers with a single USB keyboard, monitor and USB mouse. The self-powered KVM switch has IOGears patented VSE (Video Signal Enhancement) technology to provide full 32-bit color at 2048×1536 resolution.Continue Reading
Hela has positioned it’s new USB massage ball as a premium corporate gift – hmm, interesting. Hela quotes the ball as providing a surprisingly strong vibration with textured surface to help reach deep into the tissue to relax and rejuvenate tired muscles. Powered by a 6 foot USB cable the Massage Ball vibrates at one setting (3600rpm) and has a single power On/Off switch. For about $30USD it might be a little pricy compared to alternate massage solutions.Continue Reading
A spokesperson from Belkin confirmed earlier this week the award winning (Best in Design CES 06) Belkin wireless USB hub will be delayed until July of 2006. The delay was categorized as typical manufacturing delays but GetUSB believes it’s more to do with the Freescale core technology, CableFree, used in the Belkin device. Original ship dates where around April of this year but now are more in line with the WiMedia Alliance Member’s release date for commercially ready UltraWideBand products. So, the race is still on.
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