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Multiple Widescreen Bliss With EVGA UV Plus Display Ports

EVGA is lowering the bar for USB to VGA adapters and that’s a good thing.  Traditionally you would pay upwards of $200 dollars for a USB to VGA adapter but now the UV12 and UV16 adapter from EVGA are under $80!

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The UV Plus family take an existing USB port and convert that bus into a VGA/DVI adapter for additional monitors.  This is ideal for those will lower video processing power (laptops) who want two or three widescreen monitors. I spoke with Jeff, a pre-sales rep at EVGA and he did caution me against using the UV Plus family for hard core video applications such as Continue Reading

Capture Video Directly to iPod, YouTube via Blackmagic USB Recorder

Capture video direct to H.264 video files for your iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, YouTube and even full resolution video backups from Blackmagic.  So why is Blackmagic so great?  Because it captures video into the native file format of your mobile device like iPod or iPhone.

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The Blackmagic USB video recorder plugs directly into your PC via USB and using the included, easy to use software from Blackmagic you can recorder VHS, Video-8 or content directly from your video camera recorder. The software has a graphical interface to quickly and easily identify your destination device during job setup to begin the ripping process.  The software includes a cropping tool because sometimes your VHS tape has black borders or time display stamps.  Well not anymore. Check out this image of the software interface.  It’s clean, simple and logical. So getting excited and ready to pull the trigger on a purchase or maybe work it into your next months gadget budget.  Well be sure to set aside $119 + shipping. Continue Reading

iPlayer

No, I’m not a “player” but the iPlayer is a nice piece of technology for cocktail conversations. The iPlayer is a standalone video player which can run content from a number of different flash media cards or USB drives. In addition, the iPlayer may be connected to either your TV or monitor. The iPlayer has the ability to quickly and easily share photos, music and movies on your TV or monitor.

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Sure, for the home user this might not be the ideal USB gadget for viewing your favorite content, BUT if you are running a business and doing trade shows the iPlayer is clearly worth a second look. The iPlayer makes it easy to set up a video displays without needing a PC or TV. With the combination of the iPlayer and monitor (flat screen I’d assume) you could have a slick looking trade show presentation in little time. Continue Reading

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