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Transcend StoreJet 25 Mobile Is Super Tough

03/25/2009, Our friends at Crave have taken the Transcend StoreJet 25 Mobile for a spin, and claim that it is tough as nails. In fact, Transcend themselves could have been so bold as to declare this device as “a cybernetic organism: living tissue over a metal...

Yinlips YDP G80 Ultraportable Laptop

03/25/2009, Netbooks and ultraportable laptops are all the rage these days, and Yinlips is back with a bang with its YDP G80 ultraportable laptop. This isn’t a powerhouse or anything and it definitely isn’t able to run all the latest applications, but at...

IOGEAR Has Two More Devices Out

03/25/2009, IOGEAR aims to make the office a friendlier place with a couple of product releases this week – the Printer Auto Share Switch and the USB Net ShareStation. The former will feature a couple of USB ports, allowing it to share up to two USB printers...

TIE Fighter Webcam

03/25/2009, Star Wars fans who already have a webcam will definitely not mind forking out more dough for this TIE Fighter webcam. While the innards doesn’t have anything impressive (a VGA sensor and integrated microphone isn’t going to let you drool...

Novelty Mini Cell Phone USB Memory Stick

03/25/2009, Is this a cell phone? At first glance you might actually mistake it for one, but upon closer inspection, you will realize that it is way too small to be a communications device. Instead, you are able to remove the top segment of it to reveal a USB...

Evergreen Fingertip Mini USB Trackball

03/25/2009, For those who want to have something different to go along with their mobile device arsenal, here’s the Evergreen Fingertip Mini USB trackball. It comes in a small square shape that supports all the major mouse functions such as click, scroll and...

Pixazza Engages Customers With Interactive Content

03/25/2009, Pixazza Inc. aims to introduce a new stream of income for web publishers by offering a new Internet service which transforms static images into engaging content. For example, all consumers need to do is mouse over images that are on display over their...

T-Mobile webConnect USB Laptop Stick

03/25/2009, T-Mobile has just rolled out the webConnect USB laptop stick that is the first 3G networking adapter from the mobile carrier to date. This peripheral is able to play nice with the 1,700MHz networks by supporting faster downloads over HSDPA, while boasting...

Century Double Rack Duplicator

03/25/2009, Century will begin sales of their Double Rack Duplicator in Japan from next Friday onwards, allowing you to hook up to two different SATA hard drives onto your computer via eSATA or USB 2.0 simultaneously while cloning one hard drive onto another at the...

Dolled Up Acer Aspire One

03/25/2009, Netbooks look just fine on their own, but for those who want to doll up their working machine, there is such a thing as overkill. What you see here actually has an Acer Aspire One hiding underneath all the girly frills, as it was concocted by a Japanese...

Thanko USB Nandemo Microscope LITE

03/25/2009, Gadget mavens Thanko is back in business with the new USB Nandemo Microscope LITE that is able to magnify objects by a factor of 40, projecting whatever it sees onto a 17″ display at a maximum resolution of 640 x 480. Don’t worry about this...

RØDE Podcaster

03/25/2009, If you can’t live without podcasts and have a podcast session of your own, chances are you might want to check out what the RØDE Podcaster is all about. This is actually a shockproof capsule mount that carries a “broadcast quality”...

Hitachi Ultrastar C10K300 Is Environmentally Conscious

03/25/2009, Hitachi plays its green card well this time around with the new Ultrastar C10K300 hard drive that sips very little power, making it a tempting candidate in any enterprise computing environment. After all, if each drive is able to save a tiny amount of...

Philips MIC4014SB/27 Retro Mini Digital Camera

03/25/2009, Philips has launched its latest Retro mini digital camera, the nigh-unpronounceable MIC4014SB/27 which not only allows you to capture snapshots in QVGA resolution, it can also do AVI video. Heck, if you happen to be in need of a webcam, the MIC4014SB/27...