Update: Review Wi-Fire from hField
hField Technologies launched their Windows Vista compatible version USB WiFi Adatper for high-performance, long-rage boost earlier this week.
The Wi-Fire boosts signal strengths up to 1,000 feet making it extremely easy for Windows XP and Vista users to login and
work surf. This is more than 3 times the range of a typical 802.11 b/g network.
And for you Mac fans stop your b!tching because the hField USB WiFi extender version was released back in August.
“Wi-Fire is the perfect device—light weight and easy to use—for the seriously mobile Vista user and those who have problems connecting to their regular wireless network because of distance, obstacles or other interference,” said Tom DiClemente, hField’s CEO. “We’re dedicated to empowering people to connect better, faster and more economically.”
The Wi-Fire USB extender is available for
Each year Christmas prep seems to get a little earlier. Here is the first post for this years Christmas season, the USB musical Santa Drummer.
There is virtually no information about this but at $12.58, and if you’re into this kinda thing, might be worth the purchase. It appears the USB Santa hands drum upon pushing the start/stop button. I wish I could say I wonder what kind of Christmas tunes it plays – but does it matter?
If you are half-baked
and interested click here for more details.
Vavolo is known for sticking USB into crazy looking gadgets and gizmos and their latest collection is no exception.
Not much to say. USB storage in the ultimate novelty deliverance.
USB donut, USB fortune cooking, USB coffee cup, USB beer bottle and USB camera.
What the hell are these guys thinking.
Silicon Systems introduces their new USB Blade SiliconDrive, an ultra slim, ultra small USB drive designed for embedded applications.
Although it’s not the first embedded USB drive we’ve seen, it does have the smallest foot print.
Silicon Systems put the USB Blade out for those seeking additional storage where space is a big concern. Designed for shock, vibration and temperature changes the USB Blade does aid in the embedded applications market.
At the size no bigger than a postage stamp, the USB Blade includes Silicon Systems PowerArmor, SiSMART and
USB music albums have been out for some time, but having J. Lo introduce her new album “Brave” this way will definitely draw attention to this channel of distribution.
Gresso, a high-end technology company, ink’d a deal with J. Lo and Sony BMG Music Entertainment that allows Lopez’s album to be released on their Adam&Eve drive.
At $70 it’ll be one of the most expensive albums this year, but lets not forget
On the heels of the USB infra-red heating pad for relieve of aches and pains we bring you the USB pedometer. Pivoting off the “age of information” the USB pedometer enables you to further analyze calories burned, distance and a hand full of other snibbits of info.
USB Fever offers this product for $17 and includes the following features: