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SanDisk to Release Lightning Drive for iOS Devices

SanDisk have revealed a new USB drive compatible with iOS devices. The SanDisk iXpand comes included with a Lightning connector – in addition to the standard USB plug – allowing the device to be plugged into an…

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AOC Reveals 17″ USB Monitor

AOC has just released their new 17″ USB-powered monitor. Utilizing DisplayLink Technology, the E1759FWU is designed to be utilized as a secondary option for desktop PCs and laptops alike. This monitor will be compatible with both MAC and PC, drawing…

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Google Improves Security – Adds USB Key Option to Chrome

Concerned about securing your online accounts and preventing unwanted access? Google have improved their online security again this week by adding a physical USB option to their two-step verification process. Instead of typing in a code,…

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Cooler Master Reveal Suppressor Gaming Keyboard

Cooler Master has just revealed their new Suppressor gaming keyboard. The keyboard is designed to be the perfect accessory for LAN gaming events. The keyboard comes equipped with a fully detachable USB cable and a lightweight design;…

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BadUSB Security Flaw and What It Means

You might have heard the term BadUSB in the news sometime during the last couple of months, but it’s still not widely known. We first saw the presentation of the security flaw by Karsten Nohl during…

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New USB Type-C Connector and USB 3.1 Tested

Four weeks ago we told you all about USB’s plans to release their new C-Type connector which will see USB speeds increased thanks to USB 3.1, along with the ability to reverse the plug. We’re sure most…

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Satechi Introduces a New Bluetooth Smart Keyboard

The Satechi Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keyboard is the ideal solution for any Mac or PC user in need of an organized, tangle-free workspace. The sleek and extremely thin (0.7″ thick) keyboard works via Bluetooth, meaning users…

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X2 Presents the Mirage Gaming Keyboard

We showed you the new X2 Gaming mouse earlier today, but that isn’t the only new product unveiled by X2. They’ve also introduced us to the new Mirage Gaming Keyboard. The Mirage features a minimalistic design…

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The PNY LEGO USB Flash Drive Is Here

PNY has shared the information on the new LEGO USB Flash Drive. This is great news for me, or rather my three nephews. They have been pestering me since they heard about this the first time…

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PNY Has Launched a New Duo-Link USB Flash Drive

PNY Technologies announced the launch of the Duo-Link OTG USB Flash Drive today, available in both 16GB and 32GB capacities. The micro-sized, cap-less swing design of the Duo-Link OTG USB Flash Drive holds both a micro-USB…

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New USB Technology Means Reversible Port

50% chance to get it right, get it wrong 100% of the time. How often to do go to blindly plug-in your USB device and try to force it in the wrong way? If this happens…

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TeamGroup Announces New USB 2.0 and 3.0 Flash Drives

The most energetic days are collected during the summer vacation. Team Group enjoys the summer vacation with students by promoting two visual Flash drives C141/C145. C141 and C145 are in the form of retractable USB design…

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Security Experts Say That USB Security is Fundamentally Broken

The common USB stick has become the most common way of sharing and storing files on-the-go. With this in mind, a variety of malware and viruses were created in an attempt to take control of computers…

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Solderdoodle, a USB Rechargeable Wireless Soldering Iron

It seems I have to crack out my dusty old soldering iron less and less these days, but the one thing that really bugs me about having to use it is that it has to be…

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Raspberry Pi ‘B+’ To Come with More USB Ports and Improved Power Management

The miniaturized computer known as Raspberry Pi, a device for developers and users wanting to create cool stuff as a hobby, has not changed in the past two years. This means that the computer has, more…

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Adata PV100 4200mAh USB Battery Review

Introduction Modern day smartphones are awesome, we can use them to make phone calls (although fewer people do these days), text message, use a wide range of apps, play games, browse the internet, check out emails…

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New DockPort Display Standard Released From VESA

VESA, the Video Electronics Standards Association who are the governing body over the display connectivity standards (the people who write out the rules so-to-speak) have announced that they are expending the DisplayPort standard to allow USB3.1…

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Corsair Raptor M45 Gaming Mouse Review

Introduction Corsair is one of the best-known brands in the business, countless gamers flock to them for the latest power supplies, chassis, water coolers, memory products and more. They’ve built a sock solid reputation with the…

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iRocks Rock Series K10 Gaming Keyboard Review

Introduction iRocks are one of the newest names on the scene, and they’re on a mission to create some really great peripherals, without the premium price tag that often accompanies them. I only recently discovered the…

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Why You Should Never Buy A Knockoff iPad Charger

Blog writer Ken Sharriff has done a very thorough teardown of the official iPad charger and of one of the many cheaper counterfeit ones that are abundant on the market. The temptation to pick up the cheaper models…

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Buffalo Unveils New Compact USB3.0 Flash Drive

Compared to USB2.0 flash drives, the faster and more spacious USB3.0 drives are typically still a lot bigger than their older siblings and due to their size, they are not always the most convenient items to…

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SanDisk Extreme PRO 128GB USB3.0 Flash Drive Review

Introduction Since their launch, USB3.0 flash drives have been one of those items that any avid enthusiast has had to have in their portfolio of tech gadgets, but when we get down to the simple facts…

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USB 3.Optical Cables By Corning Now Available

Corning, the same people who make the popular Gorilla Glass front to many of today’s mobile handsets, have today announced the availability of their latest USB 3.Optical cables which allow USB devices to be connected at…

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Silverstone NB04 Notebook Cooler Review

Introduction Notebook coolers are a product that I know end users don’t often get excited about, and that is pretty understandable given that they serve a more practical purpose, rather than a function that you can…

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Kingston DataTraveler microDuo 16GB USB2.0 Flash Drive Review

Introduction In many of my flash drive reviews I have mentioned that USB flash drives are so common these days that they are literally being given away to us and it is only once we move…

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Silverstone SST-PB03 AA Emergency Battery Pack Review

Introduction In our highly connected digital worlds, keeping on touch with everyone around us is virtually mandatory and as a result we find ourselves demanding more and more battery life from our mobile devices and smart…

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Speedlink Strike FX-6 Bluetooth PS3 Gamepad Review

Introduction Speedlink are well-known for making 3rd party peripherals for games consoles and have done so quite successfully for many years now, offering (in most cases) a lower cost solution for consumers than you would find…