The Hand Grenade USB drive is your classic gadget gift for that x-military relative or friend who can’t get enough of the History channel. Available in four colors [white, blue, orange, black] and different GB capacities. The starting price is $20 of 4GB storage from Gadget For All. Continue Reading
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The USB MP3 cassette player also works as a car stereo adapter to connect your iPod or iPhone, CD player or a different MP3 player.Â Or simply insert a loaded SD card with MP3 files and your car will play that too. If that isn’t enough, connect the USB cassette player to your PC via USB cable and turn it into a SD, micro or miniSD card reader. It may seem over simplistic or gimmicky to you, but to me it’s a nice mix of converging technologies.Â Believe it or not, I’m buying one right now. Brando product page. Continue Reading
It’s a seamless curved design which is the most impressive feature, and includes connectivity as a single DVI-D input, HDMI 1.3, or USB 2.0.Â NEC doesn’t clearly spec if the USB connection is for the monitor or an internal hub that just gives you access points for promotional flash drives, cameras and camcorders. Some notable features which I didn’t think about, but NEC did the convenience of reminding me are the lack of bezels of multiple monitors side-by-side, and auto extended taskbar that spreads natively across the screen.
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The board includes two internal USB pin-out connectors and one USB-A standard connector.Â The board is $14 for what you see, or $24 which includes a bluetooth module…this will allow connectivity to those wireless keyboards, mice and printers. Continue Reading
This friggin tiny drive is too small.Â Too small to easily connected and, more importantly, disconnect from your computer.Â As I’ve said before, once you starting saving SOME files on that stick..you’ll soon be saving ALL your files on that stick.Â So why deal with something so small it’s a pain in the a$$ to get out.
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