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Kiwi Choice U-Powered USB Portable Solar Charger checked out

05/17/2010, The folks over at Engadget has taken the Kiwi Choice U-Powered USB Portable Solar Charger for a short spin, and to nick off their viewpoints on it, here they are. This device will fold out into a tri-pointed design, offering three solar panels that are...

Sharkoon QuickStore Portable USB 3.0 HDD Enclosure

05/14/2010, Sharkoon is offering you a portable hard drive enclosure, dubbed the QuickStore. While we’ve seen billions of different hard drive enclosures over the years, there aren’t too many in the market at the moment that offer you a speedy USB 3.0...

Digilog Is A USB Post-it Note

05/14/2010, We thought USB flash drives were meant to be portable and usher us into the digital future, but if for some reason you still love scribbling on paper, then maybe the Digilog concept is for you. It’s basically a USB flash drive with a giant paper...

Nexcopy 16-port USB 3.0 duplicator offers fast speed data transfer

05/13/2010, Nexcopy jumps aboard the USB 3.0 bandwagon with a 16-port USB 3.0 duplicator that lets you copy USB flash drives at a peak rate of 65MB/s for a single flash drive, while the performance figures show a jump of up to 72MB/s with eight devices connected. As...

iMONO 13-Port USB Hub Bar turns on and off at your fancy

05/12/2010, Beign a geek, you know that you can never have enough USB ports lying around, similar to how a lady feels when she starts to build up an impressive collection of handbags and shoes. Well, Brando knows exactly how you feel, hence rolling out the iMONO...

Win-star 10-port USB hub looks out of this world

05/11/2010, Guess USB ports are to geeks what handbags and shoes are to fashionable women – where the adage of not having enough, ever, holds true. Well, the Win-star 10-port hub is pretty self-explanatory, where you are required to sacrifice a single port on...

Columbia Sportwear Omni-Heat USB Boots

05/07/2010, USB heating devices have been corny to date to say the least, but the Columbia Sportwear Omni-Heat USB Boots offers a semblance of professionalism and style without looking out of place. These USB charging, heated boots will definitely be a firm favorite...

T-Mobile offers microUSB chargers with additional USB port

05/06/2010, T-Mobile is now seeling microUSB chargers that will not only juice up your cellphone, it also comes with another USB port that allows you to power another USB-compatible device simultaneously – now how about that! Definitely not the brightest idea...

SanDisk ships Xbox 360 USB Flash Drive

05/05/2010, SanDisk has finally shipped its Xbox 360 USB Flash Drive for the Xbox 360 console, letting ordinary folks like you and I save games, download content as well as access multimedia files without the need for a hard drive. This is pretty much a purchase for...

Waterproof Steampunk USB Flash Drive

05/04/2010, We’ve seen many Steampunk USB flash drives, but this Waterproof Steampunk USB flash drive does stand out from the crowd, possibly due to its use of various materials including brass, copper, glass and even a genuine quartz crystal. To make things...

First Light Peak Laptop Demonstrated

05/04/2010, We’ve touched on Intel’s Light Peak technology before, a connection that can deliver transfer rates of 10Gbits/sec in both directions over an optical link. In order to showcase the technology, Intel has made a USB cable that also integrates...

U+ USB Hub With Antivirus Scanning

04/30/2010, Folks are always worrying about getting a virus on their removable storage nowadays, and that’s why designers came up with this U+ USB Hub concept. It’s a USB hub that offers an antivirus scanner as well, allowing you to scan your flash...

X-TUBE USB DTS Surround Audio Adapter

04/30/2010, Want to get surround sound on your notebook or netbook? The X-TUBE USB DTS Surround Audio Adapter is just the thing for you, as it comes with a solitary vacuum tube amplifier that is equipped with an USB port, where you will then be able to enjoy DTS...

Gsou USB webcam features anti-peep capability

04/30/2010, Having a webcam is fine and dandy, but what happens when you are careless (or ignorant) enough to leave a way for hackers to find their way into your system, only to check out what’s going on on your side with your webcam? Gsou of China came up with...