Nexcopy announced their new 20 target SD Duplicator earlier today. Definitely a device for the ubergeek who’s into data loading Secure Digital media. At first glance you ask yourself “Who’d want 20 copies of their SD card from their camera?” But it’s clear Nexcopy isn’t chasing down the guys looking to make a 100 copies of their weekend Vegas photos [or are they?]. The SD duplicator is geared towards companies who send out software applications on SD cards for field devices, or need to manage a large number of miniSD cards for an army of Palm Pilots. The SD200PC also works with microSD cards so the phone companies will have a field day loading up their phones with promo material for lucky customers. Which makes sense, because these Smartphones and PDAs are getting so powerful and the media has so much capacity, many people keep most of their data on microSD cards these days. The unit connects via USB and has 20 numbered SD ports so it’s easy to identify which SD card is which. The unit comes with software that supports FAT and FAT32 formats and includes NTFS support with their bit-for-bit copy function which also supports Linux distribution packages for those embedded applications these ubergeeks seem to dream up. All SD formats are supports and for the not-so-techy users, the Nexcopy software has a job wizard to guide you through the SD duplication process. The SD duplicator has a list price of $1,299 and available for immediate delivery. Continue Reading
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Never-the-less you can turn the Dexx into a USB hub if the flash drive doesn’t work out. One last deal-breaker is a minimum lot of 50 must be ordered at a 7.92 per unit price.Â Probably a good idea on paper [bar napkin no less] but doesn’t seem like the best product idea. Continue Reading
You can also upload an Adobe Illustrator file using their template if the bold claim of your “Marlboro” man isn’t enough.Â Below are a photo list of the current styles available.Â Which one best fits your taste? Continue Reading
There isn’t much to the LED message board, just the LED lights which scrolls your message along, a USB connection and simple software to create your message and set sound effects. For just under $25 it could be a fun gadget. What I’d like to do is sync this up with the door-bell so a message would appear to those Mormon folks who always come knocking on my door. Or better yet, sync the LED message board to my Nav station in the car so I can really speak my mind. USB Geek is pushing this for $23 and change. YouTube link. Continue Reading
There will be a couple of SportsLive wristbands up for purchase during the All-Star week on MLB.com, where one of them features the broadcast of the Farm Home Run Derby while the other will store a broadcast of the All-Star Game and pre-game ceremony. Included in both is a two-hour MLB Productions documentary entitled “Yankees Stadium: Baseball’s Cathedral,” some desktop wallpapers and ringtones for your phone.
Today’s fans want to consume content when and where they want, across screens large and small,” says Elizabeth Scott, vice president of programming and business affairs for Major League Baseball. “We’re thrilled to make such a versatile product, which includes a complete game broadcast, available as a truly efficient consumer experience. It is fitting that in this final year of Yankee Stadium, fans will be able to own a piece of history after attending these momentous All-Star events.The SportsLive USB wristband includes a microSD card reader so the device gives you 2GBs of data storage on the wristband and unlimited storage through removable microSD. Continue Reading
According to Zedomax, my source…and ya the guy who blogs while drinking beer [see the list of articles below – yet again proving my point] the…
Action Sport Drives have teamed up with Santa Cruz to create the first and only authentic USB Flash Drive skateboards. Weâ€™ve combined this innovative design with the graphics from actual Santa Cruz skateboard.So what other crazy things does Max write about while hitting the bottle? Continue Reading
The Mimobot Darth Sidious is one well designed and crafty looking gadget and will become available from Mimobot within the next couple of days.
Darth Sidious Star Wars product page. Continue Reading
Source:Â Zedomax. Continue Reading
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
“We are aware of concerns that a recent Microsoft update may be causing problems with USB devices,” stated a Microsoft spokesperson. “We are investigating the matter and at this time do not have any additional information to share.”It’s not clear how widespread this USB problem may be. For those installing Vista SP1, Microsoft recommends using Microsoft Windows Update, which checks and verifies if updated drivers are present before the upgrade. So now the question becomes – have you upgraded to Vista AND have you seen problems with your USB devices?Â Let us know and comment here… . Continue Reading
Back in July 2007 I made a USB tutorial post about putting WordPress on a stick. Shortly there after, several visitors emailed me indicating I had too much time on my hands and it really wasn’t worth the effort. But how do I disagree!
Even in the past year, WordPress has gain momentum in the blogisphere and becoming the #1 blogging platform. Even Alexa, a fairly decent gauge on web traffic ranks WP as #26 in most popular sites.
Given this information, I’ve seen more and more website – not blogs – use the WP platform to create their static website and webpages. So for those SEO and web designers out there, putting WordPress on a stick allows them to demo the site to clients, run SQL runtimes for testing and troubleshooting and isolating their web environment during development.
A good example is my RSS Filter website: FilterMyRSS. Take a look at the source code, you’ll see the script which runs the utility along with supporting pages and blog entries…all based off WordPress.
I do agree the masses wouldn’t care about putting WordPress on a stick, but if the web is your bread-n-butter it would probably be smarter for you to know how – than to not.Continue Reading