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Toshiba Launches USB Flash Drive With Built-In Keypad Encryption

Toshiba has unveiled a new encrypted USB flash drive with a built-in keypad. The Toshiba Encrypted USB Flash Drive is FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified, with a military-grade AES 256-bit encryption. As an added security feature,…

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Portable USB Wall Charger Roundup

Introduction Quite often you’ll find yourself traveling to another city, state or country and be met with the all-too-common sinking feeling when presented with your hotel room power point options – only one or two annoyingly…

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When People Take Things Literally, We Get the Severed-Thumbdrive

It isn’t always easy to get potential business contacts attention with a piece of paper, which makes some people take an alternate route to get noticed. Justin Poulsen is a conceptual photographer based in Toronto, Canada,…

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Creative Launches Ultra-light Sound Blaster JAM Bluetooth Headset

Creative released their latest mobile wireless headset, the JAM. The connection to them is created by Bluetooth 4.1 while NFC technology allows for quick and easy one-touch pairing. The headset also doubles up as a pair of Sound…

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Microsoft Launched Windows 7 Restore Site with ISOs

With all the talk of Windows 10 in the media, many people have downloaded and installed it for a test. They might soon want to change back, but that could be difficult if the recovery partition…

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Turtle Beach Recon 320 PC & Mobile Gaming Headset Review

Introduction Turtle Beach are one of the hottest and biggest gaming brands around, time and time again they’ve delivered great quality headsets for a range of budgets and a wide range of formats. Their new Ear…

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Why Are There USB Drives Sticking out of Buildings in New York?

Ever seen a USB connector just sticking out of a wall in New York? That’s because artist Aram Bartholl came up with the idea called “Dead Drops”. Essentially, Aram has been creating a completely anonymous offline file-sharing…

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Logitech Introduces Portable Videoconferencing Solution

The new Logitech ConferenceCam Connect is a portable all-in-one video conference solution with a design for small and medium sized rooms. It works with any computing device with USB connection like PC, MAC, and Chromebooks and…

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Turtle Beach Announced Elite 800X Complete Wireless Xbox One Headset

Turtle Beach is following up on the successful Stealth 500X headset with the new with a new wireless headset that they say will set a new standard of performance for the Xbox One: the Elite 800X.…

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ZOWIE GEAR Releases EC1-a and EC2-a Mice

Listening to users feedback, ZOWIE GEAR released updated mice in the form of the EC-1A and EC2-a. The new mice keep the same shape and size as the original EC mice, but got an upgrade in…

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Razer Forge Brings a New Level of Gaming to the Living Room

Razer announced the Razer Forge TV earlier last year but didn’t really reveal too many details other than it being an Android-based system designed for the living room. During CES, we got all the latest details of…

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Toshiba Announces New TransferJet Adapters

Toshiba announced the first TransferJet adapters for iOS devices as well as a second-generation of USB adapters for Windows and Android systems. TransferJet is a wireless close-proximity system to transfer files from one device to another at…

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DisplayLink Shows 5K Resolution over Single USB 3 Cable

DisplayLink knows a thing or tow about USB graphics technology and they’ll be demonstrating their latest technology at CES, able to send 5K resolution over a single USB cable. They’ll be doing this with the commercially…

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The Single Charger For Everything – The Zolt

CES brings a number of big product introductions, but it also brings a pile of little gadgety items like this – the Zolt wall charger. The Zolt promises to let you charge your laptop and two…

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New SanDisk Flash Drive Can Plug Into Android Phones and Tablets

During the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, SanDisk announced the new Ultra Duel USB Drive 3.0, which carries not only a conventional USB plug to connect to PCs, but also a micro-USB connector for use…

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Steinberg Announces UR12 USB Audio Interface

Steinberg Media Technologies announced the release of their latest USB 2.0 audio interface, the UR12. It features 192 kHz 24-bit audio quality, class compliant support for the iPad, PCs and Macs alike, input with D-PRE preamplifier,…

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Asus Announced Xonar U3 External DAC

Shortly before Christmas, Asus announced the Xonar U3 external DAC. The U3 is the new little brother to the bigger U5 and the gaming-oriented U7 DACs and is desgned as a portable and compact solution. The compact…

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Razer Debuts Seirēn Microphone with Studio-Grade Recording Quality

Razer has released another product upon us that’s barely pronounceable, the Razer Seirēn digital microphone with studio-grade recording quality. Seirēn is pronounced Sigh-ren and features a versatile multi-pattern USB digital connection capable of four different recording pattern configurations with three…

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COUGAR Announces 600K Gaming Keyboard

Cougar got a lot of praise for their almost over-the-top aluminium structured 700K keyboard. But it was too much for some people, those who don’t want to have to install software to use extra functions and…

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Zowie Gear Releases Smaller FK2 Mouse

Zowie Gear has released a new mouse upon us and it’s a shrunk down version of the Zowie FK1 that scored great in our review. Not everyone has the same size hands, so it’s great to see…

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SanDisk Connect SDWS2 16 GB Wireless Flash Drive Review

Introduction Today I’m taking a look at the SanDisk Wireless Flash Drive SDWS2, a combined USB 2.0 and Wireless thumb drive. It comes in three capacities of 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB. I’ve got…

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Corsair Gaming H1500 USB Gaming Headset

Introduction Corsair recently rebranded many of their gaming peripherals to the new “Corsair Gaming” moniker. While a simple rename doesn’t mean much, the new branding was immediately followed by a wave of new devices from Corsair.…

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Speedlink Phantom Hawk Flight Stick Review

Introduction Over the last few weeks I’ve been diving into the world of flying games, with everything from War Thunder to Star Citizen: Arena Commander taking up my time. While mouse and keyboard do a pretty…

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Student Hacks Microscopes – Saves £100,000

A student at Brunel University in London has saved £100,000 by hacking USB microscopes. The PhD student needed a highly sophisticated microscope for his research into cell movement. However, the best microscopes available for this type of…

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e-Cigarettes Can Give You… Malware?

Be careful plugging your e-cigarette into your computer’s USB port to charge: that USB adapter included with your healthy smoking alternative may not have been for your convenience. New reports suggest that certain brands of e-cigs…

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GAMDIAS Aegis Multi-Function Gaming Set Review

Introduction GAMDIAS may be relatively new to the gaming market, but they’ve quickly made a name for themselves with a range of award-winning products, such as their Hephaestus gaming headset, the Hermes keyboard and the Hades…

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Aqua Computer Introduces Farbwerk RGB LED Controller

Most people tend to prefer to stick to one company as much as possible when building their systems, I know I am one of them. So it’s no surprise that Aqua Computer got a lot of…