SEH launched a mini USB server designed to secure USB peripherals over fiber optic and Ethernet networks.Â What the myUTN USB Server does is allow connection of a USB device into your fiber optics network or Ethernet network without needing additional USB cables or drivers.Â Imagine plugging in your printer or scanner into a fiber optic port on the wall rather than a traditional USB port of your computer.Â In addition, the myUTN USB Server provides top-level security so data being transmitted over the network wont be compromised.Â A good example is connecting a USB bar code scanner for products or medical devices to the network with ease and security. Continue Reading
Archive for September, 2008
Ok, so it’s easy to spot given there are only two objects in the picture.Â Here’s how it works:
Review: Telescope Lens for 3G iPhoneI was so excited to get the new telescope lens for the 3G iPhone, but at the same time, apprehensive that it would be a gimmick. I was thrilled to find out the telescope lens actually worked!Â The case used to mount the lens also snaps On and Off quite easily. Continue Reading
The USB volcano illuminates, so when the lights are off you get a cool glow effect from the LED lights.Â Gadgets4All is pitching this as a great dÃ©cor item to spice up your desk space or turn your boring atmosphere into some more Jurassic Park.Â I don’t know about that.Â Even at $18 I’m having a hard time finding a reason why.
USB Volcano product page. Continue Reading
Review: 4 Port USB Car Charger AdapterI love this thing…It’s exactly what I wanted. I did not want to purchase a different charger for every device I have and my bluetooth speakerphone adapter and both cell phones are all charged via USB cable so now I can charge all three of them through the USBFever 4 port USB car charger and adapter. Continue Reading
The Blackberry Storm will be offered by Verizon in the US, has four front panel buttons and is powered by USB.Â For me, I like the four button navigation and sleek look of the Storm.Â What I’m a little concerned about is the touchscreen typing.Â I’m afraid nothing will compare to the Quirky keyboard I currently use on my World Edition.Â I’ve tried the iPhone and it’s a nightmare, I’m hoping the Storm will be a little better. I couldn’t dig some details such as price and whether the Storm has a camera or not.Â The image shown had some criticism that it was photochopped, but it looks identical to the official Verizon notice I received yesterday. Source:Â CellFanatic. Continue Reading
USB controllers will be available for both Mac and PC systems in versions that look like realistic skateboards, RC Cars, baseball, and a futuristic racing vehicle. Each of the controllers will connect via USB and will sell for $19.99. It’s not clear if the controller has games built-in like the plug-and-play devices for TV or if they are simply controllers to be used with other PC games already on the market.The USB finger skateboard would be an ideal controller stick for your kids favorite skateboard game. Source:Â EverythingUSB. Continue Reading
The Apollo Pro WX will use Seagate hard drives and will come in a variety of sizes with a maximum capacity of 1.5TBs.Â The wireless hard drive solution has a total range of about 30 feet.Â Meaning your hard drive can sit, by itself, up to 30 feet away from computers and read/write data as though you had a direct connect hard drive.Â Talk about conveninece, this is it! Since USB wireless isn’t available on all computers, the Imation wireless hard drive will still come with an available USB port and cable for those who haven’t made the switch. Along with no price tag, Imation is also vague about release date, just sometime in the fall. Source:Â Electronista. Continue Reading
The PicoLCD connects via USB and is a full speed device.Â With the 4×20 character display you can program to show just about any amount of information you need.Â There is a 7 button menu system which includes a scroll up and down and Enter/OK button.Â In addition you have the ESC, F1, F2, F3 and Home button. The PicoLCD has a light blue background with white characters making it easy to read in just about any light source and situation. Continue Reading
LabelWriter Duo is truly a powerhouse in PC and Mac labeling. Imagine combining the features and functions of a LabelWriter 400 Turbo for fast printing of die-cut paper labels, with an electronic labelmaker that prints permanent & colorful plastic, nylon and polyester labels.
The LabelWriter Duo is just 92 bucks.Â Now that’s a GetUSB Dealz.Â Free shipping with ground service.Â This low price of 92 doesn’t need rebates or coupons, just a blow-out special.
The DYMO LabelWriter Duo uses advanced, super quiet 300 dpi thermal printing, which means great looking labels without any ink or toner, so no added cartridge or toner expense.
The label media support is out of this world with over 23 different types.
Quick connect via USB and includes rolls of paper and ink.Continue Reading