Locus Design Group has the ultimate in high quality USB cables.Â A good example is their USB cable [type A to type B]Â for $3,549 for three feet.
Using thread techniques only Locus Design Group knows, in addition to top notch raw materials and a proprietary shielding system you’ll never doubt cable quality with this bad boy.
To fully understand the craftsmanship which goes into such a product, just visit their page.
I’d love to knock them with a joke about “why” but how can one be so disrespectful toward such a twisted fate of love.
Source:Â Locus Design Group.
Little Printer is a thermal printer which browses the web and prints up interesting snippets of information.
I love my iPhone and use it for many things, keeping a calendar, phone book, email, text etc, but I still prefer a piece of paper to make my daily list of to-do’s.Â Likewise, it’s best to read a story from a book or magazine.Â Well, along those same lines of “analog” textual feeling is the Little Printer.Â A printer designed to print up a receipt of information for a grab-n-go read.
For all the douche-bags who are going to write about going green, or go paperless, or get with the times and read your phone – you know I’m right when I say – screw you!Â Â Sometimes paper is better.
Looking to for a simple DIY project for a school report or class event, this USB charger is it!Â Or if you’re just looking to try your hand with some simple electronic wiring to see if you have what it takes.
Well, using some off-the-shelf times, a battery and the simple schematics below you can have a great USB charge for just about any USB product.
The full tutorial is at Instructables, and I’ve also seen a couple good comments in their thread, like: