The USB Smart Key can simply be inserted into a USB port and the software will automatically access the license stored on the key. The license can then be easily transferred to a computer with the touch of a download button and, after download is complete, the key is no longer needed for licensing and users can work on that computer without having to keep and carry a dongle. If a user wishes to work with the dictation software on an office computer as well as a computer at home, the USB Smart Key allows him or her to switch from one computer to another without having to purchase a second license. Continue Reading
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Review: Casio LK300 KeyboardToday I’m able to report about the Casio LK300 with USB and TV connectivity. I didn’t perform the review, rather my brother did. So lets see what Ned had to say: I have to say the Casio LK300 is bigger than I expected and definitely more solid and quality built than anyone would expect for the price (about $200). The LK300 keys provide just enough friction to make them feel almost real, but obviously not exactly like a real, piano hammer like feel. Although I’m not a piano enthusiast, I did pick up the LK300 to learn. After all part of the enticing thing about the Casio is the ability to connect it to a TV and learn along with instructional lessons. During a lesson, the LK300 keys will light-up as the song is played giving you the exact location of which key to hit and when. It’s even got a nice feature to cover any delay you might have in stroking the key…a little late…that’s OK, the sound still matches the lesson song.
With the lessons, the software will provide feedback in the form of a scoring system whereby it calculates the number of Continue Reading
- Touch sensor
- Sound sensor
- Light sensor
- Ultrasonic sensor
- Servo motors
Launch the intuitive robot software and use pre-defined commands to build motion, touch, light and other sensory functions.
Last, connect and communicate via USB to test your functions and ultimately download the finished firmware version to the NXT Lego robot.
The USB monster Lego kits, or Mindstroms are available for $250 from Amazon. This is one excellent gift for the 9+ age who’s into computers, gadgets and tinkering.Continue Reading
So for those armchair executives, consider the following 11 quick access features the USB Fever mouse offers:
- Internet key
- Speed switch
- Volume down control
- page forward
- page backward
- volume up control
- left button
- double click button with only single click
- click wheel
- right button
- play and pause button control
Running through the rainbow colors you have a 4 port hub with one up-stream port.Â From purple, to red, orange, yellow and finally green. It’s definitely a fun looking little hub which might double as a 1 year old twisty-turn toy.Â Price from Brando is $12.00 with a few more chips for shipping cost. Brando Turnable USB hub product page. Continue Reading
Lets say you did find the Personal Pocket Safe, well you still need the pin number.Â This guy features a 10 digit touch-pad pin code using between 4 and 10 digits to lock down your passwords, documents etc.Â Get the pin number wrong and the Personal Pocket Safe goes in complete lock-down.
“The Personal Pocket Safeâ„¢ is powered by proprietary software embedded within a pin protected pocket safe that features a host of security-rich options that lock in all of the confidential and critical information that powers the lives of today’s consumers.”Here are some key bullet points from the press release: Continue Reading
If these become readily available it would be a great item to have.Â It seems like down-sizing your basket full of gadgets is a continual process.Â So here we streamline to a single UFD, forget another reader and the power cord to your cell phone. That’s progress.
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Granted, this solution isn’t for the hard-core network user(s) environment, nor is it ideal for business applications where large or frequent data storage transfers are required or networks where users are accessing storage via a remote server. Rather, this is a simple solution for a home network or small business office. Simply use the file and printer sharing setting in Windows to network a USB external hard drive. Or you can use the Windows mapping tool to map and share a drive to other computers on the network. Continue Reading
These folks also encourage a simple design, logo or piece of artwork if you find yourself tongue-tied. ZaNa Design has customized drives available from 1GB through 8GB and with many of them Vista Readyboost certified.Â Did you hear how to get Readyboost with your XP machine? Continue Reading
The trend is beginning where medical records are put to USB for immediate and on-site data sharing for life threatening situations. In a critical moment, time-is-life, and having data is a powerful tool for keeping someone out of harms way.
“It really gives you peace of mind to know that you have all your medical records with you,” said Jackie Dudding, a patient. “God forbid something happens, everything a caretaker needs to know is on this thing.”Vital Key offers an on-line service to download all your medical records in the event the key is lost or misplaced. One of the most powerful sentences on the Vital Key website is: “More Americans die each year from medical errors than from breast cancer, colon cancer, and car accidents â€“ COMBINED.” That’s amazing and for anyone with a medical history or condition which requires special needs, I think the Vital Key is a vital device for your longevity and health. Source: 9 News Denver. Vital Key website and service information. Continue Reading