09/29/2011, If you’re sick of having to plug and unplug various hard drives and thumb drives from your computer, and you would like a more wireless/cloud storage based system set up in your own home, LaCie has debuted their LaPlug, which is essentially LaCie’s answer to the PogoPlug, so if you’re looking for an alternative solution, perhaps the LaPlug might have something different to offer you.
08/31/2011, Ladies, if your current USB stick is too plain and boring, or too masculine for your liking, perhaps these high-heel inspired USB stick drives could be just what you need.
08/09/2011, A few days back we reported on the Silicon Power Touch 835 USB flash drive that the company claimed was rugged and could withstand certain elements of nature. Well perhaps in a bid not to be outdone, Transcend has released a new flash drive which is part of their JetFlash series, the T35 USB flash drive.
08/02/2011, Sometimes we just have too many devices but not enough ports, and if you own a Mac and you’re faced with such a problem, it looks like Iomega has a solution for you as they have unveiled today the Iomega Mac Companion Hard Drive that doubles up as an external hard drive and at the same time provides extra USB ports for your other peripherals.
07/04/2011, Looking to do some espionage? Or perhaps you want a camera that can fit into your pocket without creating unnecessary bulge, or perhaps you’re just looking for a novelty item. Either way, Powershovel’s CLAP digital camera could be what you’re looking for.
06/21/2010, It is really hard to differentiate oneself from competitors in the USB external drive business, especially if you don’t want to play the “thin margins” game. Iomega has chosen to add value in terms of design because it is well-known that portable electronics can be quite a strong social statement (and folks are ready to pay for that!). Three Iomega Skin Drives have just been announced: The “Radical” Skin drive, […]
06/16/2010, Computer cases generally aren’t the most eye-catching things around, but Thermaltake’s V9 BlacX Edition has a rather interesting feature up its sleeve. It offers an integrated dual-bay docking station at the top, allowing users to easily swap 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch SATA drives right at the top of the case. If you need a speedy data transfer, there is also a blue color-coded USB 3.0 SuperSpeed connector at the top. The […]
04/28/2010, The folks over at Lok-it have a solution that aims to help you keep your private files private on your flash drive. The Lok-it secure USB flash drive doesn’t allow the contents of the flash drive to be accessed until you’ve entered the correct password on the drive. Without the password, the drive will not even show up as active hardware, preventing any communication between the host computer and the […]
04/19/2010, If you thought that Corsair’s (already very rugged) Flash Voyager flash drives aren’t rugged enough for you, you’ll be happy to hear that the company has officially announced the 32GB and 64GB variants of the Flash Survivor GTR USB 2.0 flash drives. Speed is still the name of the game, with read and write speeds of 34MB/sec and 28MB/sec respectively. The drives should available immediately via Corsairs resellers and come […]
02/25/2010, A keyboard is a keyboard, right? Matias does not think so with their new USB 2.0 keyboard offering which sports a smartphone stand. Yes, that’s right – you get to spruce up this all white keyboard with the presence of your docked iPhone, although in the long run it could prove to be more of a distraction than anything else since you will keep on replying text messages and emails […]
02/01/2010, Want to spice up your work area with a useful piece of USB gear? You can’t go too far off tangent with the USB Train Hub, where it comes in the form factor of a much shorter high-speed bullet train, featuring an LED indicator light located on top of the hub. What you see here is the steam train model, although this one doesn’t spew out any steam for an […]