09/16/2010, You might not even have 47 different types of flash cards in your home, but the folks over at Elecom probably think it’s better to be safe than sorry, which could be the reason they came up with the MR-A005 and MR-A006 memory card readers. The design itself is pretty common, but it’s one of the few multi-card readers out there that support SDXC memory cards, and it’s touted to […]
08/03/2010, We don’t suppose that you’re looking for a new USB hub, but this one from Elecom comes in a pretty unique design that might just pique your interest. After all, it features a form factor that is not too different from your average power strip, boasting a dedicated On/Off button as well for each USB port alongside a little label holder that makes sure the right device is plugged in. […]
04/22/2010, Elecom has a brand new peripheral which turns your regular laptop adapter into a power strip by offering an additional two more power outlets, assuming you use devices that plug into Japanese-type power outlets. The two-prong version retails for approximately $15, while those who want a three prong version will have to fork out $21.
02/09/2010, Elecom has a couple of new memory card readers available in Japan – the USB-style MR-A001BK as well as the cable-type MR-A002 series. The former is capable of handling up to 10 different types of memory cards, including the latest SDXC format which maxes out at a whopping 64GB, while the MR-A002 series plays around with 32 different types of media including SDXC, alongside the Memory Stick range from Sony […]
12/01/2009, Elecom has some good news for USB lovers out there; as it has upped the capacity of some of it USB memory stick series drives. The MF-LSU2 will not max out at 16GB, while the MF-STU2 and MF-AU2B series will cap out at 32GB (for the moment). Do you think 32GB is enough for you, or are you looking for something much larger?
10/27/2009, As if there isn’t enough multi-memory card readers available in the market – Elecom has added yet another model to this overcrowded segment with their new model which is able to handle up to 40 different memory cards (inclusive of the same memory card with different speed classes). Check out how this model can be attached to another metallic surface courtesy of its magnetic bottom.
10/09/2009, Elecom’s TK-TCT005BK might resemble a notebook trackpad to some at first glance (an external version, of course), but it is interesting to note that the Elecom TK-TCT005BK can also be turned into a touch-based numeric USB pad with a push of a button, letting you “obtain” an almost instantaneous numeric pad to any computer when plugged in. Out in Japan later this month, we wonder whether import shops elsewhere will […]
10/08/2009, Elecom will soon offer LEGO Soundblock headphones that are way too irresistable – after all, they retail for an extremely affordable $23 thereabouts as it makes its debut in Japan sometime later this month with black, blue, red, white, pink and mixed colors to choose from. You game to complete this collection yourself?
09/30/2009, Elecon’s latest EHP-OH100 headphones will come in a wide range of bright colors, boasting a special folding mechanism that makes them easy to tote around. Featuring a 30mm driver that can offer a playback frequency of 20Hz ~ 20kHz, impedance of 32O and output of 104dB/1mW, you ought to eke out decent performance from this $30 pair of headphones when they arrive in Japan later this October.
09/16/2009, Carving soap can be an enjoyable past time for some, but the Elecom Soap Mouse is not made out of any cleaning agent, as it is manufactured using plastic which resembles the surface of a soap. In fact, it comes in a waterproof design (how ironic) – just make sure your hands don’t dirty its glossy surface!
08/25/2009, Webcams sure have come a long way since its inception, and gone are the days of grainy resolution images being transported over 56k lines. Elecom of Japan’s latest foray into the webcam market has resulted in the UCAM-DLC300T Series, packing in 3-megapixels of shooting goodness that allows you to place this atop securely on any standard notebook display for instant video chat – assuming your notebook lacks a built-in webcam, […]
08/11/2009, In this day and age, it is surprising to see a PS/2 keyboard make an appearance. Even so, one that arrives ought to be something special to carry such ancient technology, and the Elecom TK-U50F Series keyboard doesn’t “disappoint” in this sense. It comes without Hiragana written on the key tops, while a curved key layout will benefit folks who repeatedly use the same keys or work for long hours […]
07/21/2009, Elecom has released its latest M-MK1UR mouse in the Japanese market, and this time round you don’t have to get your cable all up in a bunch since the Elecom M-MK1UR features the ability to stow away the cable around the mouse’s body when not in use, making sure entanglements are a thing of the past. Of course, there is another way to get around this problem – why not […]
06/30/2009, Try asking a friend for the Elecom U2H-TC410B and you’ll end up all tongue tied. Why not call this the Elecom Wall Socket USB hub instead, where everyone who speaks English will be able to understand just what you’re asking for? This device is pretty much self-explanatory, where it comes with magnetic backing or a set of included hooks that allows you to gain easy access to four USB 2.0 […]