There are two versions to you can buy, but really only one is needed.Â Brando offers the full size SD card reader and the microSD card reader version.Â Simply buy the full SD card version and get a microSD adapter and you are set. Continue Reading
ClickFree has a very unique and convenient solution for data backup.Â Using their USB cable and embedded backup software [embedded on the cable] you can backup any computer to your USB hard drive, USB stick or anything else USB. No software to install or setup.Â Works right out-of-the-box.Â Just plug the Clickfree Transformer into the computer, then plug any external USB hard drive into the other end of the Transformer and it converts the external hard drive into a Clickfree backup drive.Â Automatically starts, finds, organizes and backs up all of your data onto the external hard drive. The ClickFree software is robust enough to support over 400 file types.Â Here is the category breakdown for you: Continue Reading
The idea is using electromagnetic radiation shot off by USB cables to decrypt the information flowing over them to crack your security and privacy.Â The crew at Security and Cryptography Lab at Switzerland’s EPFL have managed to eavesdrop wired keyboards and track keystrokes made by the user. What gets really crazy, is the electromagnetic eavesdropping, or cracking, can be administered up to 65 feet away.Â It’s clear that no one is safe. Continue Reading
Okay, granted this isn’t the latest and greatest in USB technology posts, but it does hold value.Â The SATA to USB adapter is a great adapter tool to have for any half/computer savvy user.Â With the increased popularity of eSATA hard drives, it’s very likely you, or someone you know (and support) will upgrade their hard-drive via a new SATA drive.Â To that end, many older computers don’t have SATA support – so what do you do? Dig into your computer bag and pull out that SATA to USB adapter you read about on GetUSB … is what you do.Â This handy adapter will convert any SATA to the #1 most popular connectivity method, USB.Â So without buying a SATA controller card, installing the software and all that BS – just use the adapter.Â The adapter is about as basic as you’d like – plug in the SATA cable, plug in the USB adapter – DONE! Once more, if you have one in your bag, it’s easy enough to finish the job without an extra trip to the computer shop, or couple days via on-line ordering.
I’ve seen them as cheap as $20 bucks at Amazon.Â Another item worth consideration – since we’re on the subject – is an eSATA extension cable.Continue Reading