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USB Fridge

This USB Fridge is the ultimate geek gift this holiday season. Nothing like grabbing a cold caffeinated soda to quench your thirst without having to leave your PC. After all, you might be in the middle of something important, like...

Handwriting Recognition Keyboard - Cool!

Windows Tablet PCs already have handwriting recognition software, but alas our poor mortals with Windows XP or Windows Vista are forced to continue pecking away at our carpal-tunnel inducing keyboards.  Well, today I learned that A1Pro has a cool...

Windows Vista USB Audio Driver Problem Fixed

Windows Vista Ultimate Edition is my latest desktop machine at work and some USB audio devices have given me nothing but problems. While most USB audio devices have installed just fine, since they use the standard Microsoft USB audio class,...

Belkin In-Desk USB Hubs and iPod Dock for Grommet Holes

Belkin has introduced innovating "in desk USB hubs" that are designed to slip into those grommet holes on most desks that are typically used to snake your monitor VGA cable, network wire, and mouse and keyboard cables. The lien of...

BeyondTel's VM-01L Optical USB Skype mouse

Convergence seems to be all the rage, including combining multiple products and functions into a single product (i.e. iPod MP3 player + mobile phone = Apple iPhone). So perhaps it shouldn't come as a surprise to learn about a new...

Accutone USB500 Skype Ready VoIP Headset

I just discovered an interesting new USB headset specifically designed for Skype called the Accutone USB500. On the headset's USB cord it has an in-line controller that lets you dial Skype, page up/down through Skype contacts, adjust the volume, popup the...

Indestructible USB Flash Memory Drive

Most USB flash drives are highly unreliable and can break down easily due to inferior plastic. It is unfortunate that most of us have our precious digital photos and other important files on USB Flash drives, but we don't consider...

OPPO Digital LT2007 20-inch LCD-TV DVD Combo Player Review

The OPPO Digital LT2007 20-inch LCD-TV DVD Combo Player is an interesting "combination" device, combining a 181-channel TV tuner, VGA input for PC/laptop video support, built-in DVD player, 5-in-1 USB Memory Card reader, component ports, built-in speakers, and a remote...

ZTMax iMage driverless USB camera

New USB video camera from ZTMax that is driver-less called the iMage. Essentially, it's a driverless CCD webcam that works on both PC and MAC. Not requiring a driver is pretty cool, but do we need another USB camera on...

Sandisk offers Skype on a USB stick

Just last week Vonage launched their "VoIP-on-a-stick" V-Phone (see review) and now it appears that Sandisk is going to all offer "VoIP-on-a-stick" by bundling the Skype application pre-loaded on the SanDisk Cruzer Micro and Cruzer Titanium lines of Skype-certified U3...

Vonage V-Phone ho-hum

Vonage announced their oft-rumored USB "VoIP-on-a-stick" product today. Nothing new here, Mplat has a similar product called Mplat FlashPhone F2K that I wrote about. Unlike the Vonage V-Phone which is limited to Vonage, the Mplat device not only comes standard...

Lexmark JumpDrive Mercury USB 1GB memory stick

Lexmark JumpDrive Mercury USB 1GB memory stick was just reviewed by EverythingUSB.com. The story? Well, unlike other USB memory sticks, the Lexmark JumpDrive Mercury has a "meter" that displays how much memory if left on the device, so you aren't...

Plantronics Voyager 510-USB Bluetooth headset review

Plantronics sent me their Voyager 510 Bluetooth headset to review. Unlike any other Bluetooth headsets, the Plantronics Voyager 510 USB Bluetooth headset is the first to simultaneously support both VoIP softphones on your PC and your Bluetooth mobile phone simultaneously...

Wallet Flash credit card-sized USB memory

Wallet Flash is the world's first wallet friendly credit card sized USB Flash Drive supporting sizes that include 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB. Created by Walletex, the Wallet Flash is made of double laminated unbreakable plastic, it combines...

Panasonic KX-THA16 Cordless Bluetooth video phone

I was perusing the FCC site looking at some old FCC applications when I came across one from Panasonic for a videophone product called the Panasonic KX-THA16 Home Communication System (2.4 GHz Expandable Cordless Unit) that was registered with the...

Audio FX Force Feedback Headphones

I don't know about you, but when I'm watching a DVD or playing a video game I want full surround sound with the bass cranked way up so I can "feel" the explosions of a frag grenade or feel the...

boynq Notone USB VoIP phone

boynq has an interesting new USB VoIP product called Notone. It's a mono PC speaker with a VoIP handset receiver and 3M quick note papers (PostIt Notes), as well as a pen holder. It features a small microphone to allow...

Share USB devices over IP network

Ever want to share a USB device on your local area network or even across the Internet? With the proliferation of USB devices such as USB flash drives, scanners, cameras, USB HIDs, printers, etc. being able to "network-enable" these devices...

Iomega 120 GB Portable Hard Drive

Iomega today announced the expansion its popular small hard drive product lineup with a 120GB model of the Iomega Portable Hard Drive, an ultra-slim high-capacity device that is also available in capacities of 40GB, 60GB, 80GB and 100GB. The Iomega...

IPEVO Skype phone

IPEVO, a Silicon Valley-based subsidiary of PChome Online specializing in affordable Skype-enabled devices has launched a new USB-based Skype phone called the Free-1. The Free-1 USB phone only costs $29.99 so they aren't kidding when they say that they offer "affordable...

Linksys CIT200 Skype phone review

Linksys CIT 200 'Skype' PhoneLinksys has partnered with Skype to offer a cordless DECT 1.8-1.9Ghz phone complete with a backlit color display, backlit keyboard, and other features, called the Linksys CIT200 Cordless Internet Telephony Kit. The Linksys CIT200 is tightly...

Boot Windows XP via USB key

Ever want to boot up into Windows XP via a USB memory key? Well, now you can. According to Tom's Networking you can install a mini-version of Windows XP - just enough to get your up and running so you...

Logitech G5 Laser Mouse

According to my pals over at Everything USB, Logitech's G5 Laser Mouse is Logitech's first corded laser pointer, with a full speed USB interface capable of a whopping 2000 dpi and 500 USB reports per second. It features a unique...

Mazda Sassou USB key

According to ZDnet, USB (universal serial bus) will be part of its Sassou concept car, a small hatchback aimed at the youth market. Sassou uses a USB "key" and interface port that will let drivers program and load files onto...

PhoneRanger 2.0 Review

Drew Robertson over at PhoneRanger was kind enough to send me a PhoneRanger 2.0 USB wireless headset that works with any VoIP client, including Skype, Xten, SJPhone, etc. Drew actually sent the unit to me back in May, but...
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