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Kensington USB Charger takes AAA batteries

Posted in Kensington by Conner Flynn on January 21st, 2009

Kensington USB Charger takes AAA batteriesKensington recently introduced a new USB charger powered by AAA batteries. The gadget will compete with similar products from Energizer, Duracell and IOGear. The dual-function charger can be used to power your cell phone when you don’t have access to power outlets.

Just realize that the AAA batteries inside are not going to satisfy power hungry phones like the iPhone. It’s more for entry-level handsets. The device comes with adapter cables and two sets of batteries so you can rotate them. It’s great for wireless mice and keyboards and is a good gadget to have around for emergencies.

Kensington Dual Display Adapter adds second display USB style

Posted in Kensington by Shane McGlaun on June 4th, 2008

Kensington Dual Display AdapterIf you want enough screen space to get your actual work plus YouTube and the other fun stuff you like to read when the boss (or the wife) isn’t around and you can’t afford a big 30-inch LCD Kensington has your back. Kensington has announced its new Dual Display Adapter.

Sure a pair of displays sitting on your desk isn’t as cool looking as one massive LCD, but two displays has its perks. The Kensington Dual Display Adapter connects to your computer via USB and uses DisplayLink technology. Kensington says that up to six displays can be connected to one computer using multiple adapters.

Kensington Rolls Out LiquidFM

Posted in FM Transmitters,Kensington by Reuben Drake on September 17th, 2007

Kensington LiquidFM Plus FM Transmitter for MP3 playersToday Kensington unveiled the Liquid FM Plus FM transmitter as part of a multi-product mass launch of devices. The LiquidFM Plus provides some MP3 listening convenience in somewhat of a ho-hum FM transmitter which houses a few nice but mostly not uncommon add-ons.

The gadget allows users to connect an MP3 player through the standard 3.5mm headphone jack (or through a 2.5mm adapter for cell phones) and then sends and FM signal to a car FM stereo, allowing you to listen to your MP3 player in virtually any car on the go.

Kensington Launches SlimBlade Mobile Peripherals

Posted in Kensington,Keyboards,Mouse by Reuben Drake on September 17th, 2007

Kensington SlimBlade Lifestyle peripherals include slim mouse and keyboard for use with notebooks on the goKensington has announced the release of a new line of low-profile notebook peripherals today, targeting those on that are on the go and desire mice and keyboards that pack well and look good. The new line from the company called SlimBlade rolled out with 5 new mice and a configurable Media Notebook set, all having a slim profile and smooth appearance.

The SlimBlade Presenter mouse is a wireless laser tracking mouse and comes in either Ice Blue or Deep Blue. It features a battery level indicator, 4-way scrolling, auto power savings and a backlight to let you know when you are ready with your presentation. The Presenter retails for $49.99

Kensington Ci70 Wireless Desktop

Posted in Kensington,Keyboards,Mouse by Chris Weber on June 12th, 2007

Kensington Ci70 Wireless Desktop has a very thin stylish designThis Ci70 wireless desktop set from Kensington has got to be the sleekest and thinest we’ve seen, and definitely had the minimalist in mind when designed.

The footprint on the keyboard is 40% smaller than standard multimedia keyboards and even the mouse runs anorexic at 35% of the average size. When not in use the mouse docks neatly in the keyboard to save space and conserve power. An automatic sleep timer also helps conserve energy and saves on wear of the optical sensor.

The wireless desktop works with Windows and Mac computers and has both an Eject button and a Windows start menu button, where usually a keyboard would have one or the other but seldom both. They also both run off of a single USB receiver to help against needing a 16 port USB hub. To top it …