Video: Nexcopy USB7P inkjet printer for USB swivel drives.
Nexcopy introduces the USB Clip Printer – a full color, inkjet printer that brings vibrant custom logos and graphics to any standard USB swivel drive – and it’s all available from your desktop.
The USB7P was engineered to address full color printing to USB flash drives at an affordable price. The idea is simple. Using the body of the standards swivel drive you swap the metal clip from your supplier for the inkjet printable clip from Nexcopy. Now, with an inkjet printable clip you can print full color images, on both sides of the clip, from any jpeg image. The results are fantastic. The print is durable and the print is highly
I think we can agree that “USB light back” is not a common tech term among the geeks out there. What I mean is a LED system powered by USB which provide background lighting to your TV or monitor.
USB light back takes your TV one step further by supply complimentary tones and colors to what is currently being displayed on your TV. Gives you a theater effect.
The only way to fully understand, is to watch:
A quote from the creator:
The software analyzes the image on your monitor and transfers its data by USB to the Lightpack board. This board lights the surface behind a monitor, TV or laptop by means of RGB LEDs of the corresponding colors. The effect reminds us of the illumination of Phillips Ambilight TVs most of all.
The lightpack is available for all via Google Code download link. For the more advanced, but an very effective tool to enhance your TV experience.
Samsung has a new Central Station WLED monitor system in 23 inch or 27 inch format. The wireless solution is very unique in that it automatically detects your devices with in the 1 meter range. So as you approach with your laptop, the monitor will automatically sync up with your PC.
In additional the Samsung WLED includes USB ports on the monitor so as your PC approaches, those peripherals hanging off the side will also become usable with your laptop. I should actually re-edit this post and mention netbook as those screens are way too small and something like this would be ideal.
Samsung didn’t get a change to post lag-time between user input on the PC and the reaction of the monitor for said input, but I’d venture to say it’s minimal – Samsung doesn’t cheat corners.
If you haven’t noticed, Red Box Movie rental kiosks have popped up all over the place. Most notably are the Red Box’ at the grocery store, which makes perfect sense, you’re going to the store anyway, why not put a movie rental at check-out.
Flix-on-Stix is looking to do the same thing, only difference is the Flix On Stix is renting your beloved movie on USB. The concept is simple, yet peppered with problems. Lets cover the concept first…the idea is having a user insert their USB drive into the Flix on Stix kiosk and download a movie. Great idea…simple, convenient and assuming cheap.
Look just one step deeper and you start asking yourself about transfer times. The Flix-on-Stix is USB 3.0 enabled, but SuperSpeed flash drives have just ‘barely’ come to market, most will have USB 2.0. So to download a low quality video will take at least 10 minutes. Next, what kind of DRM does Flix on Stix use? We know our USB and their is no universal USB copy protection that will work on PCs, Macs and set-top boxes…so how & where will these movies play? The last bit is the type of movies to be offered…we know studios wont sign off on DRM that isn’t proven by CDSA [https://www.cdsaonline.org/] so after all this, I’m not sure where Flix On Stix leaves us. What do you think?
DisplayLink will be pushing a new graphics chipset they say will take a major step toward any device with any display connectivity. Well damn, that’ll make it easy.
The nut for DisplayLink is their ability to leverage the bi-directional throughput of USB 3.0 to offer an array of functions and features. This means multiple full HD videos, high res graphics, standard video imaging and networking data can be simultaneously running. To give you an idea, apply these products to your imagination:
USB or Ethernet bus powered monitors
Universal USB docking stations with graphics, networking, and audio
Affordable Ethernet and USB zero clients for shared resource computing
USB to HDMI adapters for PC to TV connectivity
USB to DVI, VGA or DisplayPort adapters for multi-display notebooks
Mobile device to display
Dual-Headed USB bus powered graphics adapters
The new technology by DisplayLink include items such as:
Buffalo is rolling out an all new USB Blu-Ray player for your laptop. What is particularely interseting about this offer is the forward thinking support for the 3D format.
Buying for the upcoming formats doesn’t come cheap, the new Buffalo USB Blu-Ray player has a list price of $350. For that price, many will consider getting an all new laptop with Blu-Ray…although it might not have 3D support.
The Buffalo portable player is part number BP3D-PI6U2-BK and measures 137- × 147- × 20mm. The device is currently available in Japan, but will lander later this month in the US.
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