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I know most of us are having hard time finding our precious gadgets in the dark when charging, thanks again to the geeks out there because Xenon LED recharging cables are now available for us. With this particular illuminated cable, it is simple to locate your handheld device at night without having stumbling over the wires or rummaging aimlessly with your hands. Also you will able to see a cool streaming blue movement of the LEDs – seems like the electric juices are actually flowing right into your gadget. There are two versions: A regular microUSB one and then a special cable for iPhones or iPads. This Xenon LED cable is now available via Japan Trend Shop for $59.
Brando has announced their latest gadget which is a USB card reader with encryption feature. This card reader will allow you to secure your important files by encrypting the data stored and will require the user to input his/her password. The USB Encryption Card Reader is compatible with SD, SDHC and MMC. It has separate sections (private and public) for your portable storage device. Every time you save/copy a file in the protected area it would ask for a password and the only way to retrieve the data you have stored is through the use of this card reader because the card reader itself is the one that encrypts the data, thus also it is the one responsible for the decryption of your files. You can buy this gadget for $23 a pop.
Out of Michael Bay filmography, Transformers 3 is now showing! Sad to say I don’t have the time to watch that movie for now, maybe on Sunday. Oh regarding the Transformers thing, Razer has collaborated with Hasbro to launch the Transformers 3 collector’s edition gaming suite. It consists of DeathAdder gaming mouse series ($69.99 each), Vespula mouse mat, and Laptop sleeve case. There are4 transformers mouse to choose from including red Optimus Prime, Silver Megatron, yellow Bumblebee and purple Shockwave mouse. While you can see on the one side of the mouse mat ($44.99) are the Autobots with a speed-enhancing surface and control-enhancing surface for the Decepticons on the other side. Finally, the Razer Laptop Sleeve Case ($49.99 each) is made up of hard, tear-resistant, weather-proof weave to protect your laptop. You can buy all of these now in North America.
Dell has unveiled their latest technology which is a 3-button wireless optical mouse dubbed as the Dell WM311. This latest optical mouse is ideal for laptops and notebooks, especially for those who are very stylistic when it comes to their gadgets. This latest mouse is also available in four unique colors including red, blue, white and black. Dell WM311 also features 100o dpi optical tracking, an automatic power on/off with indicator light, a compact design, with mini USB 2.0 receiver, fold-up storage and the most important is that this mouse is easy to use because it is just a plug and play device. In addition to that Dell guaranteed that it is tested and validated on Dell systems and it is supported by Dell Technical Support. This said mouse is already out in the market and it cost $29.99.
USB 3.0 is coming near but still many computer users still don’t have their USB 3.0 capable system units. But don’t worry here comes the latest technology that can get rid of that port problem known as the PCI Express USB 3.0 card. The good thing of this latest invention is that If you’re using a desktop PC, there’s no need for you to purchase a brand new motherboard with USB 3.0, all you need is to buy this card and install it on your free PCI Express slot. Transcend has already released its USB 3.0 expansion card PDU3, and you can purchase it online and see for yourself how fast USB 3.0 is.
Recently, A-DATA® Technology Co., Ltd., one of the top global manufacturer in high-performance DRAM modules and flash application products has rolled out its latest DDR3 memory, the new XPG DDR3-1600G 8GB Dual Channel Memory Kit. This latest A-DATA technology is designed for gaming aficionados who are using the power of Intel P55 and H55 motherboards for their gaming machine. XPG DDR3 offers the CL9-9-9-24 timing at a voltage of 1.65V and high-powered capacity to optimize the PC performance for ultimate gaming experiences. Furthermore, this latest technology was optimized for 64-bit OS (operating system), DRAM IC is verified by high standard criteria, High quality 6 layers PCB (Printed Circuit Board). Lastly, it is also compatible with DDR3-1333 and DDR3-1066, and has a * SPD (Serial Presence Detect) programmed at JEDEC standard DDR3-1333 with latency settings at 9-9-9-24 for basic system booting.
Minebea, a Japanese company has unveiled its latest keyboard known as COOL LEAF. This latest input device has no physical button like the typical input device like keyboard, calculator etc. This is said to be cool and water-resistant keyboard. The cool leaf is a low maintenance and easy to clean device. This film is actually an electrostatic capacity type touch panel containing force sensors beneath, plus a backlight which serves as the lower layer. When the keyboard is switched off, the surface appears like a plain mirror.
Codeact, a Korean manufacturer has announced its latest technology known as Greditor Pro GR100 video-editing keyboard. This new keyboard features a built-in jog/shuttle wheel to help find the specific movie track you are after, an inner dial that offers precession control to find the exact movie frame, a set of buttons which are placed around the dial that offer shortcut keys to some of the more popular video editing functions, and supports the most popular video editing technology like Adobe’s Premiere software. This latest keyboard is available in the market with a retail price of $275.
Wacom has introduced its new tablet, but now its latest handheld device is already wireless unlike the previous one. Introducing the new Intuos4 Wireless graphic pen tablet, the first cord-free professional tablet ever produced that features a 9.4-inch pro-grade graphic and has a stylus with 2,048 levels of pressure and 60 degrees of tilt recognition. Intuos4 Wireless connects to Bluetooth-enabled computers (Macs or PCs) including some devices that have Bluetooth USB adapters. It conveniently charges through USB and continues to work while charging. Its Bluetooth technology allows you to work at distances of up to 10 meters from the computer. Other features includes eight customizable ExpressKeys with illuminated displays that provide easy reference for assigned functions, a finger-sensitive touch ring that controls up to four different functions per application, and best-in-class integration with popular software applications. The Intuos4 Wireless graphic pen tablet is now available at a price of $399.
Razer has unleashed its newest gaming mouse pad, the new Razer Vespula mat. This latest technology from Razer is a lightweight gaming mouse pad boasting two sides that can be used; it really depends on what you need it for as one side is used as a Speed Surface for faster mouse movements while the other is a Control Surface which can pick up even the most precise of mouse movements. The techie-named Vespula is the company’s first dual-sided gaming surface, complete with “speed” and “control” sides that supposedly give you the best of both worlds when switching from one genre to the next. Razer Vespula will retail for 34.99 in your local currency (that would be $34.99 or €34.99).