I would think this be a perfect scale for the small office or front office secretary for quick checking of letters and small packages.Â Some of those larger scales take up quite a bit of space. The USB digital scale mouse is available for $59 and a higher weight capacity unit for $69. The USB digital scale will also work as a standalone device without connection with an internal [rechargeable] battery and includes a stainless steel platform in the size of 2.25 x 2.75 inches. Continue Reading
Archive for November, 2008
Military leaders have consistently warned of potential threats from a variety of sources including other countries – such as China – along with other self-styled cyber-vigilantes and terrorists. The issue has also been of concern at the Department of Homeland Security. A September audit by the DHS Inspector General recommended that the agency implement greater procedures to ensure that only authorized computer flash drives or other storage devices can be connected to the network there and that an inventory of those devices be set up.Finally, the Pentagon was quick to point their government agency isn’t the only institution having problems, but many companies and corporations are concerned about the potential security risks of USB drives, their data load size and their small size.Â It’s a feed ground for malice opportunity. Source:Â Associated Press. Continue Reading
The 4 port lego hub looks very cool and would be a fun little addition to the office.Â A bit much in price for the concept of a 4 port USB hub, but given the custom build and stylized look, one could make the argument for the $50 price tag.Product is made by Databrick [great business name] and is available for immediate shipment anywhere in the world. To help close the deal, check out this ultra boring YouTube video with crazy brackground
Jason is the creator of this device and many other gadgets.Â He resides in Bolivia North Carolina and will ship anywhere in the world. Product page. Continue Reading
We’ve got a select few readers who’ve purchased all the Mimobot Star Wars drives, and now they can expand their collection with the Han Solo Carbonite USB drive.
As SlashGear points out, Han Solo was suppose to be frozen for eternity but without encryption technology your data wont have that same possibility, so maybe it’ll escape just as Han Solo came back to life.
The creator, Jason’s Creations has just sold out…but send him an email as more will make it to market, I’m sure.
Source:Â SlashGear.Continue Reading
How to make InfraRecorder entirely portable: Continue Reading
Score yourself some brownie points with your geek friend and pass this hot deal along.Â It wont last forever! *Also great idea for a stocking stuff this holiday season. Source:Â Thanks Thomas of USBFever [product page to order]. Continue Reading
Source:Â TechySh!t.com. Continue Reading
Now we have a new image coming up from UberGizmo which might be a more developed connector of the SuperSpeed USB connector:
Once we get word on the official socket / jack we’ll report back. Continue Reading
Limited in range size, they offer only a 4GB version.Â That will set you back $32 USD. Here is the sales pitch from Brando:
Fashionable USB Skeleton Necklace Flash Drive with decorative crystals and skeleton shape. Necklace is included to wear around your neck, surely will give you a stylish look.USB Skeleton product page via Brando. Continue Reading
Nanovision is introducing 4 models of the mini LCD size with their technology backed by DisplayLink.Â The MIMO USB Monitor starts at a 7″ display with a 800×400 resolution, with higher end models including webcams, speakers and even touch screen capability. Nanovision didn’t comment on availability in the states but the currency conversion gives the MIMO USB Monitors a price tag of just under $130. Source:Â EverythingUSB. Continue Reading