Archive for September, 2006

Minox DMP 4 an MPEG 4 hand-held storage device

Minox DMP 4Minox released their DMP 4 media player as a self proclaimed “image tank.” It’s not clear exactly how Minox is marketing the product but it can record video feeds directly to the 2GB internal memory or the DMP 4 can be a vault for in-the-field image storage for photographers. I believe there are better products for video archive to flash memory and she’s a little short on storage space Continue Reading

iLoad – Computerless CD ripper auto-loads iPod

iLoadThere are, without a doubt, a majority of iPod owners who just loath the idea of ripping every CD into their iPod. Well the iLoad from Wingspan makes life just a little easier. The iLoad is a standalone device which rips your CDs directly to the iPod, no need for a computer, no sample rates selections, no tag editing, just slide in the CD and let the iLoad do the work. In just under 8 minutes (avg time) your CD will be stored, cataloged and ready to use with your iPod or iTunes software. Continue Reading

Microsoft high definition webcam: 2MP video / 7.6 MP stills

Now here is a slick webcam with some great high definition from Microsoft. This guy wont cramp your SonyStyle with a thin, flat design and simple back clip. This is what you can expect from the LifeCam NX-6000: High definition 2.0 MP video at up to 1600×1190 pixels, a VERY nice 7.6 MP still photo camera, built in microphone for those lonely nights, erm, on-line business meetings, a wide angle lens with 71 degree viewing to ensures no one gets left out of the picture  and Continue Reading

New iPod Shuffle, looks like a matchbook

iPod shuffleThe cool factor from Apple has out done itself again. The new iPod shuffle is like an aluminum matchbook with a side clip. The new iPod will store 1GB of audio…or about 240 songs. The anodized aluminum chassis for the Shuffle contributes less then half an ounce to the overall weight and wont scratch up like the previous, plastic model. Continue Reading

USB camping lamp

USB camping lampCamping out with your laptop always improves the experience, after all watching The Ring while hearing the howl of coyotes is just too good. Well if things get too scary, flip on this USB powered camping lamp. Sporting a flashlight beam, lantern glow, FM radio with antenna, and headphone jacks, this multi-function device can be powered from any open USB port — if your laptop is running out of juice, Continue Reading

Copyright © 2006 +

USB Powered Gadgets and more...

All Rights Reserved

GetUSB Advertising

The opportunities on our website can reach up to 1,000 unique visits per day.

For more information
Visit our advertising agency.

Nexcopy Provides

USB copy protection with digital rights management for data loaded on USB flash drives.

Contact us learn more