It’s USB powered and the USB powered gadget costs just $22 so an ideal gift for a kids night-light who needs some music to help fall asleep. Source:Â Brando. Continue Reading
Brando gives you light blue, white, green, yellow and orange as your collection options along with a $12 price tag for those on a budget.
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You can chose a USB plasma tube with either blue, green or red light and just $15 each you might as well get all three.Â At just 56 x 78 x 214 mm you’ll need all three too. USB plasma tube product page. Continue Reading
The advantage with this system is easily swapping out one of two 2.5 hard drives to hot swap in a USB hub or card reader for quick connection for data transfer. Given all the flexibility this system has to offer you could pick up two – one for work, one for home – at just $69 each.
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The multi functional dock station may be connected to host computer by either a USB cable or eSATA cable, both of which provide the highest possible data transfer rate. The card reader includes support for the SDHC and mini SDHC formats along with the long list of standard flash card formats. Probably the most noteable feature of the multi functional dock station is the Continue Reading
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Nope.Â But that doesn’t stop Brando.Â Here is a classic example.Â The USB mouse stands on four USB port legs.Â The legs can swivel around for easy connection, but even after a single device is connected the mouse wont stand…so what’s the point.Â Oh there isn’t one?Â OK. Available in two colors of green or pink with high speed USB transfer rates you can add another animated animal to your drawer of crap for just $12. USB Mouse by Brando Continue Reading
Granted the design is unique and different but not designed for travel or someone looking for a card reader in a compact size.Â The canned card reader does not include a power adapter and is USB powered, thus not the ideal unit for large or long data file transfers.Â Read to know why. As for a marketing product, the card reader seems to be the ideal promotional product for a company like Coke or Pepsi or any other canned food or drink manufacturer. Continue Reading
The USB Fever card reader is a 5.25 inch bay system making it ideal for a standard component on build out for numerous machines whereas the iMono 80-in-1 card reader is an external device making it an excellent sidekick for your laptop. I didn’t take the time to count out all 80 devices – which begs the questions:Â Does anyone audit this stuff? In case you are asking, Continue Reading
Upon connection to your system, the RFID key identifies the USB hard drive for setup and connection, from that point forward the USB enclosure needs the same RFID signal to lock and unlock the drive.Several LED light configurations provide status: Red for lock, Green for unlock and Blue for write process. With all this high tech RFID security, you can still be a knucklehead Continue Reading
None-the-less, if your boss doesn’t allow Instant Message software on your PC then roll in the Wireless USB Missile Launcher. At 15 feet distance, it would be easy enough to hide it behind a plant and fire “at will” from an office down the hall. Albeit a direct hit on the forehead of your boss would be funny enough, I don’t think Continue Reading