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Targus THZ045US Rotating Stand/Case for iPad 2

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2011

Now that the iPad 2 has been officially announced, it’s time for some accessories to show up. Apple’s Smart Covers are specially designed to protect the iPad 2′s screen and also keep it propped up for watching movies, FaceTime or typing. Of course other manufacturers are going to come up with their own and so Targus has just announced its series of new cases for the iPad 2 and one of them is the THZ045US, a 360° Rotating Stand/Case for iPad 2.

This iPad 2 case protects your tablet from scratches and acts as a stand too. It features a unique rotating mechanism that allows you to rotate your iPad 2 while it is still in the case. The THZ045US is available now for $59.99.

Targus launches USB 2.0 docking station

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on December 9th, 2009

targusdock-sgI am not a big notebook fan, I want more power and a bigger screen than the notebook can offer. My wife on the other hand works from a notebook and has to plug and unplug cables when she comes and goes with the machine.

If you work from a notebook too and are tired of moving cables around Targus has a new docking station called the Targus USB 2.0 Docking Station with Video (ACP51US). The dock sells for $159.99 and has lots of features. It has an angled top so you can use it to lift the screen of your notebook up higher.

Targus launches Mac line of accessories

Posted in Mac by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2008

Targus launches Mac line of accessoriesTargus has launched its first line of Mac accessories, a bunch of stuff in stunning Wii white. There’s a $70 Bluetooth Laser Mouse, a $50 Wireless Mouse, and an $80 Bluetooth Presenter. Each features a touch-sensitive scroll button. On the presenter, it will switch to cursor control, while it will give you four-way scrolling on the mice.

If that’s not enough, there’s also a $50 USB file-transfer cable for direct file transfers between PCs and Macs, as well as a $30 four-port compact USB hub. Want more? How about MacBook and MacBook Pro privacy screens from $50 to $80, and a $50 dual-fan cooling pad. All can be had right now.

Targus Speaker Book portable speakers

Posted in Speakers by Darrin Olson on April 23rd, 2008

Targus Speaker book portable speakersTargus has introduced something new for the portable speaker market called the Speaker Book. Creating a good set of portable, battery-operated speakers seems to be quite a challenge, and although we’re not sure how it sounds quite yet this one at least looks like a pretty cool solution.

The Speaker Book, like the Targus SonicPak backpack, uses the super-thin NXT Balance Radiator speaker technology and pumps out the tunes from your portable player through a standard 3.5mm jack. Also it can be powered by either three AAA batteries or from a USB connection if you want to run it from something like your notebook computer.