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Archive for May, 2010
The underwater video recorder is small enough it can strap to your wrist or versatile enough to mount on your bike helmet, skateboard bottom, mountain bike, you name it! The video recorder includes a powerful LED spot light to increase visibility under water or ideal for low light situations [cruising through the brush or forest on your mountain bike].
If you can blow the $190 then it would be a great gift for the kids to use while at the pool all summer. Here are the bullet points worth considering: Continue Reading
In the properties box, go to the power setting tab and look for the following.
Once you’ve configured this correctly [uncheck] there is a good chance your USB devices will begin working [consistently] again. Continue Reading
The USB cleaner appears to be an alcohol based solution on the pad where by it cleans the metal contacts of the USB port.Â Honestly, if you feel the need you can grab a alcohol swab and a pop-sickle stick and accomplish the same thing.Â Although it wouldn’t be nearly as cool.
If you feel the need, Brando is selling the USB cleaner for $17 plus some shipping. Continue Reading
Available in 1, 2, 4 and 8GB sizes.Â Laser etching is an option I would think given the sleek aluminum body.Â USB bottle opener by Brando [out]. Continue Reading
Nexcopy reports the primary target market are USB 3.0 hard drives as they are more prevalent in the market today, but expect demand for USB 3.0 flash drive duplication to pick up as more become available. In related news, Nexcopy plans to offer USB 3.0 flash drives in 16GB and 32GB size with custom branding as option. They will be sold for $89 and $149 respectively. As for the duplicator pricing, the company hasn’t made any announcement yet.
Source:Â EverythingUSB. Continue Reading
The cable retails for $24 and I wanted to make a quick post about the product.Â Check out USBFever’s site for more details. Continue Reading
The 13 port hub runs for $30. Continue Reading
The HyperMac power bricks are not yet available, but will be within a couple of weeks.Â Just in time to be received with your long delayed iPad order. Continue Reading
The USB game pad can be used with nearly any software, such as a MAME emulator, game, simulation software, or for custom user interfaces. We’ll start by turning the buttons of the game pad into keyboard buttons, so that pressing ‘up’ is converted into the ‘U’ key, for example. The firmware is easily adaptable, so you can adjust it for whatever software it will be used with. Then we’ll beef things up by adding an interesting twist…an accelerometer. This will allow Continue Reading