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ADATA announces NBA Player USB 2.0 Flash Drives

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on October 19th, 2010

ADATA has announced their new series of NBA player USB flash drives, all of which are officially licensed by the National Basketball Association. Now you can store data within your favorite NBA players and display them proudly when not in use. They are all without heads of course.

The A-Data NBA 2010 flash drives will be available through selected distributors and resellers, but only in the United States. Sorry to the rest of the world. No info on pricing or availability yet though.

Iomega offers USB 3.0 drives at USB 2.0 prices

Posted in Iomega by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2010

Iomega has already started its transition to USB 3.0 hard drives, and now it’s announced plans to keep all its USB 3.0 hard drives at USB 2.0 prices. Great news for our wallets. The eGo line of portable hard drives will be available this October in 500GB and 1TB capacities.

Each will include Iomega’s Drop Guard Xtreme to protect against drops up to seven feet. These will be followed by Iomega’s Prestige line of portable hard drives, which will go USB 3.0 in the first quarter of 2011.

Win-star USB 2.0 10-port hub with power adapter

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2010

The Win-star 10-port USB hub manages to look a bit futuristic and the circular shape provides 10 downstream ports and 1 upstream port. It supports the USB 2.0 interface for a data transfer rate of up to 480Mbps. Interestingly, the Win-star 10-port USB hub is also backward compatible with the USB 1.1 interface.

The Win-star 10-port USB hub is compatible with Microsoft Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS X or later. Each purchase comes with a USB 2.0 cable and a 5V/2A power adapter. We just like the unusual design.

ASUS outs USB 2.0 Blu-ray drive

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2009

ASUS outs USB 2.0 Blu-ray driveASUS has taken a fairly basic USB Blu-ray drive and given it a high-gloss makeover. The SBC-04B1S-U isn’t gonna wow you with 4.8x maximum Blu-ray disc reading, 8x DVD burning, a USB 2.0 connection, and Windows compatibility.

The bright blue ‘X’ on the unit flashes and has a dedicated app to control brightness. My main concern with this X is that it might attract government agents looking to give Fox Mulder some deepthroat-like info.

New Sony notebook dock uses DisplayLink technology

Posted in Dock by Nino Marchetti on September 9th, 2008

Sony VGP-UPR1

A new Sony docking station being made available for VAIOs makes use of DisplayLink technology for USB-enabled displays. It is called the Sony VAIO Docking Station (model number VGP-UPR1) and you’ll find it available now for around $200.

The VGP-UPR1, according to DisplayLink, allows Sony notebook users to connect an analog or DVI display to a laptop using USB 2.0. It supports a resolution up to 1600 x 1200 and works with Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, including support for the Windows Vista Aero interface.

Buffalo Technology adds 500GB portable hard drive

Posted in External Hard Drives by Nino Marchetti on March 11th, 2008

Buffalo Technology 500GB MiniStation TurboUSBBuffalo Technology has upped the capacity of its MiniStation TurboUSB external hard drives. The new Buffalo Technology 500GB MiniStation TurboUSB is priced at around $330.

The Buffalo Technology 500GB MiniStation TurboUSB is, like most other external hard drives these days, USB 2.0 compliant. It works with both PCs and Macs and reportedly offers up to 30 percent faster data transfer rates than other similar products because of built-in technology. It sports as well a shock resistant design to protect the drive from bumps.

LaCie pops out new 1TB external HDD

Posted in External Hard Drives by Nino Marchetti on March 11th, 2008

LaCie Desktop Hard DiskWe’ve always liked reporting about new LaCie external hard drives – they are typically very cool looking. It is a no-brainer therefore to let you know about the company’s quiet release of some new models, with the one grabbing our eye the most being the LaCie Desktop Hard Disk 1TB model.

The 1TB LaCie Desktop Hard Disk isn’t the best looking external hard drive ever released by the company but it still will look pretty nice sitting on your desk none the less. Beyond the simple black design you’ll find what LaCie says is a quiet and compact product for its size. It is USB 2.0 capable when connecting to a PC or Mac.

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