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Sharkoon unveils Bandit PC case with SATA HDD dock and memory card reader

Posted in Cases,Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on September 2nd, 2010

If you are a computer geek that likes to upgrade your hardware frequently, you are probably like me and have a number of older HDDs sitting around with data on them that you don’t want to delete. The problem is if I need data off those old drives I have to open my computer and dig around for another SATA cable and power cable to get the thing running.

Sharkoon has unveiled a new computer case called the Bandit that has a very cool feature. That feature is an integrated SATA docking station on top. You can take any SATA HDD and just plug it into the integrated dock to access data from the HDD. The case also has an integrated memory card reader.

Sharkoon FireGlider Black Edition gaming mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2010

Sharkoon now has a black edition of its popular FireGlider gaming mouse. Gamers will love that the mouse comes with a soft black surface and boasts seven buttons, six of them programmable.

Some other features include a scroll wheel that you can finely adjust and special grip areas for the best possible hold. There is also on-board memory for macros. The DPI range is between 600 and 3600, with a frame rate of 7080 fps and it can implement accurate accelerations up to 20 G.

Sharkoon launches SATA QuickPort Duo USB 3.0 docking station

Posted in USB 3.0 by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2010

It’s nice to finally see a steady flow of USB 3.0 devices hitting the market. The latest is from Sharkoon Technologies. The SATA QuickPort Duo USB 3.0 docking station. It will hold a few SATA hard drives/SSDs, and is backwards compatible with USB 2.0. It holds 2.5” and 3.5” SATA hard drives and SSDs.

While not much to look at, it sure will come in handy for backing up data. The device includes two USB 3.0 ports and retails for 59.90 Euros if you’re want to pick one up.

Sharkoon USB LANPort puts your USB drives on your local network

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2009

Sharkoon USB LANPort puts your USB drives on your local networkPogoplug may have been the first to make this type of gadget, but now it’s time for some less well known names to offer up similar devices for less money. Sharkoon has now developed their own USB LANPort, which effectively puts USB storage like your flash drives, external hard drives, etc. onto a local network.

Looks like it’s mainly for making multiple drives available to a different machines via customized permissions though. The USB LANPort 100 converts a single drive into a device that can be streamed from locally. The USB LANPort 400 handles up to four USB devices. Both devices support automatic and manual IP address contacts and are available now for €22.99 ($34) and €36.99 ($56).

Sharkoon Rush FireGlider: The flame-painted hot rod of gaming mice

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2009

Sharkoon Rush FireGlider: The flame-painted hot rod of gaming miceWeight-adjustable mice are nothing new, they just tend to get ignored. Sharkoon(The company that can’t decide if it’s a shark or a raccoon) is hoping that a fiery exterior will get your attention. It not only has the flame motiff, but the slug chamber looks like the chamber in a gun. Probably symbolic of you biting the bullet and actually buying one.

So to summarize, the Rush FireGlider has flames, a no-slip grip, a half dozen programmable buttons, maximum resolution of 3,600 DPI, Teflon feet for superior gliding and an internal tuning system to adjust its weight from 118 to 135 grams. Oh yeah and the bullet chamber thing.