Posts Tagged ‘ Usb ’

SHD-U32GS, a new 32GB TurboUSB memory Card

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Buffalo bares today a compact size TurboUSB USB memory stick known as SHD-U32GS. Remarkably, Buffalo’s memory stick boasts a whopping 32GB storage capacity. And it will be available in Japan market this mid-December. Continue reading

Zoltrix PMP smells like a USB hub

zoltrix.jpgNah, Zoltrix Technology didn’t actually merge a 4-port USB hub with a PMP, but quite frankly, it may have been more worthwhile if that were indeed the case. As it stands, this totally unsightly unit merely plays back MP3, WMA, MPEG, AVI, ASF, WMV and VOB files, rocks a built-in image / text viewer and includes an FM tuner for whatever it’s worth. Apparently, the unit can be had in 256MB, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB sizes, but seriously, don’t be caught dead with this one.

[Via PMPToday]

 

USB WXGA+/SXGA video card from Kuroutoshikou

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Kuroutoshikou, sister company of Buffalo, will offer a couple of new USB graphics cards:
-VGA-USB/DVI (DVI out)
-VGA-USB/RGB (D-Sub out)

Both can display 1440×900 in WXGA+ or 1280×1024 in SXGA, need a USB 2.0 port to work properly, and at least a 1.2GHz Pentium III with 512MB RAM. Those can be combined, and if you plan on using 6 of them, you’ll need a 1.6GHz Core Duo and 1GB RAM, but don’t forget 6 screens! Continue reading

Five-port USB hub does SATA and eSATA, too


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Brando, e-tailer of products that you didn’t even know existed — and some that probably shouldn’t — has just released a new USB hub capable of handling SATA and eSATA drives to boot. Continue reading

StarWars Usbs By Mimoco


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The company Mimoco has announced a new range of USB sticks with the purest style of Star Wars, with new designs that include a Princess Leia, Boba Fett, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Chewbacca, etc..
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It’s Not A Worm Storie, is the star Usb Hub


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Indeed, this is not the first time we see an idea like this. Some time ago a very similar product was shown, but not why I want to talk to omit this useful device.

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