ASUS has just unveiled the next iteration of their GX series gaming laptops and it is everything a gamer could ask for. Here are the top three reasons why the GX800 is the laptop of choice in the gaming world.
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Computers on a stick will begin to gain popularity over the next two years. Lenovo is the most recent to offer a compu-stick. The Ideacentre 300 Stick is a 2GB of RAM computer with an Intel Atom Z3735F processor (2M cache + 1.83 Ghz) and runs Windows 8.1. The Compu-Stick can be plugged into any […]
The Universal Serial Buss Implementers Forum or USB-IF has released their new specification, USB 3.1. The new specification allows for 10Gb/s transfer rate.
SmallBizBee posted a nice article today about eight tech gadgets which can help boost your busines in either profit, production, efficiency or exposure.Â Click for the full article and how these items can impact your business.Â For a quick read we have the summary: ConnectMe Home Phone Adapter USB Duplicator for data loading by Nexcopy […]
The DN-84254 is a microUSB cable which mirrors your smartphone screen on your PC.Â The sync software allows you to click around on the PC screen and control your phone. So what’s it good for, imagine this:Â Â If an app would require you to input letters or characters, you can simply do so by using […]
The Alesis IO Dock is a great product for iPad musicians â€“ this small hack makes it even greater. It overcomes one limitation of the IO Dock: You canâ€™t simply hook it to a USB hub. So I decided to build in an additional hub â€“ which allows me to hook up additional class-compliant interfaces […]
Apple released their new MacBook Air product and we are very excited to hear USB 3.0 is now standard. If you have concerns about USB 3.0 being a new technology without much compatibility, you are totally wrong.Â The great thing about USB is their backward compatible specification.Â What this means, is the USB-IF [the forum […]
Press Release: NUREMBERG, Germany – TE Connectivity (TE) has expanded its portfolio of industrial USB 2.0 connectors to include latching and circular sealed USB connectors. The latching version adds retention force to USB connections and features a latching plug and receptacle with standard IP 20 protection. This USB connector adds 40 Newtons of locking strength […]
GetUSB.info has reported on making a bootable USB with nt60 boot sector, and here is another post about bootable USB, but this time for making the boot device for any Windows OS…or should I say from any Windows OS. WinToFlash is a slick little tool I came across which allows you to make a bootable […]
Verbatim announced their 32GB flash drive today in the form of a USB dongle no larger than a nickel.Â There is no lanyard loop and it’s damn small, so will most likely get lost if you place it in your pocket – but that is all okay.Â It seems Verbatim is gunning for this product […]
You might have heard the next gen iPad will include a miniUSB port, but for those looking for an easier interface today, or want a standard USB interface for even the upcoming iPad, you should get the USB connector kit from USB Fever. The kit has a SD and USB connector which talks with the […]
When Sony officially supports the USB 3.0 specification by supplying a dual USB 3.0 port on their new VAIO laptops, it’s safe to say the transition is picking up steam. The Sony desktop-replacements are HD VAIO laptops coming with possibly everything you can hope for with the exception of 3D and SSD. The more expensive […]