GetUSB has seen the Record to USB players from Ion Audio before and we’ve seen these filter into Costco, Wal-Mart and even Urban Outfitters, and now Thanko has joined the ranks with their new USB Record Player.
Granted, it’s not designed with the same conversion tools that Ion Audio has, but it does work with Windows Sound Record or Mac’s Garage Band, so conversion of vinyl to MP3 is totally possible. In fact, many might prefer their standard apps to do the conversion rather than deal with a 3rd party software package.
Either way, the Thanko USB Record Player is a nice addition to that old-school sound for just $100 bucks.
Thanko hasn’t released a US version yet, but you can get one now from Japanese retailers here.
iLuv is showing their love to USB with this three port charger. Not only does it support multiple devices, it looks cool too.
iLuv put in a flip-out AC adapter so if the USB charger needs to be stored or thrown in a desk drawer it’s a bit more compact. Not much else to report about it other than a $20 price tag and available in Sep 09.
These USB fish are rubberized drives giving them a very unique shape and bright, vibrant colors. I don’t think the typcial computer geek would appreciate these, but for someone a bit more into aquatic life these could be of interest.
Louis Vuitton is getting into the designer USB flash drive market with their new Platinum series Damier Graphite USB key. This 4GB USB flash drive not only sports a good amount of storage, but a bit more stylish and trendy than your typical custom flash drive.
The Louis Vuitton USB stick comes with a platinum ring, a durable cord – much stronger than your typcial lanyard – and a carabiner that can attach the USB stick to your bag, cell phone etc.
The Damier Graphite collection includes matching accessories from Louis Vuitton such as belts, wallets, motorcycle keg and case for iPhone.
Not that we’d EVER see a USB device in Star Trek, but if we did, it might be a USB communicator like the one from Gadget4All. The Star Trek USB Communicator comes on the heels of the most recent release of Star Trek [May 8th]. The movie is a chronicle of the early days with James T. Kirk and his fellow USS Enterprise crew members.
“The Original Series” Replica USB internet phone plugs in and plays to allow users to transfer audio signals via USB. With built-in microphone and earphone, works with Skype, MSN, AIM, Ichat, etc. Includes built-in speaker with 21 different sound effects.
What sound effects you ask? Click the video to find out or drop $44 and experience it live.
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