Thursday, November 26, 2009
A USB flash drive comes in the shape of a playing card shall appeal to the poker addicts or those who’ve fallen in love with the Texas Hold’em game on their mobile devices. The USB drive is an ace of heart, comes in the shape of a stainless steel fashion diamond poker necklace, which can be worn around your neck carrying your data anywhere you go.
Playing Card USB Drive via Techchee
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Here is a USB laptop cooling pad, inspired by a gas hob. The cooler has dual fans, which should be powerful enough to keep your laptop as cool as required. And of course it takes power directly from the computer's USB port.
Compatible with any laptop computer, it features a blue LED light to simulate a gas hob. Just don't try cooking on it though. The gas cooker USB cooler can be yours for $12.69.
Thursday, November 19, 2009
This USB VOIP Phone Card Reader kills two USB gadgets with one plug. It’s a full-duplex plug-and-play VOIP phone, compatible with all the usual suspects and it has a built-in USB card reader for SD/MMC cards. If that’s not enough it will also act as an external speaker. Works with Windows ME to XP and has a 1m cable. Available for US$12.69 at Uxsight.com.
It may not be an easy task for photographers to trigger a remote flash unit at the same time when he presses the camera button. Some photographers may need an assistant to take care of the flash unit and listens to the hand signal of the photographers to trigger the flash in time.
But now with this wireless radio-based flash trigger control, you can easily take your best shots single-handedly. The wireless Flash trigger consists of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter is to hook into the camera’s hotshoe while the receiver is to be attached to the hotshoe base of battery-powered flash unit.
With the wireless flash trigger set up on your camera, every time you take a shot, the transmitter then sends a signal wirelessly to the receiver to get the flash to fire. In this way, the camera and the flash unit can fire synchronously within the effective area (up t0 30m).
Monday, November 16, 2009
This cuge USB gadget not only looks like knockoff of Tokidoki characters, but it also warms up your hands and makes great massagers. Perfect for office drones who spend way too much time in the office, and at $6.69 a pop, it makes for one zany gift!
USB Hand Warmer Massager via Albotas
Friday, November 13, 2009
If you have been dealing with a number of computers or web accounts, you should have lots of passwords to remember. This little USB password master will record all the passwords of your web accounts when you first plug it into the computer that you use to access those accounts. So the next time you plug it in again, you can just click one key to sign into your accounts.
Of course, the USB Password Spirit protects your passwords with strong encryption. You just have to remember a single password, which is the password to access the Password Spirit to allow it start working for you. Even when you’ve lost it you still could have less worry provided the encryption is reliable enough.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Here comes a 3-in-1 gadget which claims itself as a washing machine powered by USB. In fact, it’s a 3-in-1 gadget which features 3 USB ports, a little digital clock face to tell time and also works as a card reader.
The design of this gadget seems to have little problem. Apparently, in the picture, the three USB ports are found at the bottom of the device, which you need to turn it over and flip the connectors out to connect to your USB devices. But while keeping the three USB ports connected with gadgets, the clock face will need to face down, which will not allow the user to read the time. This could be the little sacrifice in order to clam all the three functions into a desktop washing machine.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
An eco-friendly LED lamp takes power directly from the RJ11 socket that usually connects to your landline phone. The light has 8 LEDs, which are bright enough to shine for you at night and the best is it doesn't increase your electricity bill.
Although it looks like a piece of cheap plastic, it costs a mere $4.69, which is worth a try. It features a flexible goose neck which allows you to adjust the illuminating angle you desire.
RJ11 LED Lamp via Techchee
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
This USB Phone Charger looks like it could be pretty cool. Stick it on your keychain and when you need a mobile phone recharge just find the nearest USB socket, attach the phone's battery and power up as needed. It also doubles up as a Micro SD / TF card reader. All yours for $4.69.
USB Card Reader Phone Charger via Gadgetsteria