For those just not willing to give up their old school analog headsets, or gaming headsets that plug into an audio card, you can now have an easy and convenient direct connect through USB with Plantronics new design Audio 625 USB Stereo Headset.
And to make sure background noise doesn’t interfere, the Audio 625 features noise cancellation technology for superior listening.
I will say one thing about analog, despite the more difficult connectivity methods you do get a better
I believe the optical finger mouse is a key component to a successful multi-tasker as it allows your fingers never to leave the keyboard so you can crank through those blog posts – o maybe a mobile environment where a flat surface isn’t available.
USB Fever is set to release an all new 2.4Ghz wireless Optical Finger Mouse with USB dongle at just $27. Include a wireless keyboard and become the ultimate mobile office worrier.
The finger mouse comes with 3 ring sizes and great resolution of 1000dpi along with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which powers up via USB cable.
Windows Vista has not been an easy transition for many people. One of the problems with Vista is USB support, or lack of. If you are having USB problems with Vista then please read on.
Several months ago Microsoft released hotfixes for Vista for some badly-needed improvements for USB operation. Most notably is the problems, conflicts and issues related to USB and audio components.
Microsoft plans to officially address the USB issues with their SP1 due out in early 2008, but in the mean time lets check out the Microsoft roll out update page.
If you are using Vista and having problems be sure to double check the device manufacturer update before using the Microsoft updates, your solution might already be out there.
Peter Kirn provided a couple valuable tips while diving into your problems, please read
Albeit U3 claims no trace of U3 software remains on the host PC it doesn’t hurt to run a registry analyzer package just to make sure. While in the midst of doing this USB gadget research, I found the following free utility.
Ntechnologies has a U3 specific reg analyzer to aid in the registry clean-up process.
Whenever hardware or software is added to a PC there are registry changes. The registry also provides a window into the operation of the OS kernel, exposing runtime information such as performance counters, currently active hardware, software and utilities.
Even using the U3 uninstall software might not leave your PC 100% clean. You can download the Registry Analyzer for U3 here.
GetUSB.info just got word from USB Fever they are blowing out an Ultra-Slim USB MicroSD card reader for only ONE PENNY.
The MicroSD card reader fits inside a USB connector and is ideal for those transferring files from mobile phones and PDAs which support the MicroSD format.
Only $2.99 shipping anywhere in the world so total cost is only $3.00
A-Data introduces their Nobility Series USB drive with a unique swivel cover where losing that USB cap is the last not a worry.
The A-Data PD 19 features a metal clip backing for a lanyard or key chain (although not recommended). The USB Nobility Series is available in 2 and 4GB capacities.
The rotating cap only rotates one direct at a full 180 degrees and despite the fact Readyboost doesn’t do much, the PD 19 is enhanced for that application.