Like the boring old picture frame and the greeting card, the trading card is getting an upgrade. Panini's new cards will sport a small screen for video playback and 2GB of USB flash storage. These are not the trading cards you remember from your childhood days.
I love this: it's a stick-on USB cable that'll allow you to make pretty much anything look like it's designed to plug into a computer. A banana? Sure! Nail clippers? Why not? Your cat? As long as it puts up with it!
USB 3.0 is the new standard for super-fast data transfer between your computer and peripherals. And this PQI Traveling Disk drive is purportedly the world's smallest USB 3.0 thumbdrive.
Back in the day playing spy meant talking really loud into your pretend video watch and using jump ropes to catch your foe by the toe. In 2011, spy play is elevated to a whole other level, with video recording gear and even fancy listening devices.
I can't for my life remember any emoticon beyond a smiley, frowny and tongue sticking out. With so much useless USB junk out there, I can't decide whether or not this emoticon keypad is part of that category or is truly revolutionary.
Have you ever run out of batteries, or unexpectedly found a need for a flash memory drive after the stores were closed? With this clever combo unit, you'll never find yourself short of memory or power at the worst possible moment.
In this age of laptops and tablets and smartphones, there's a good chance a lot of folks wouldn't know where to stick something like NZXT's USB Bunker. Ten years ago, though, I would have loved something like this when I went to a LAN party where I didn't know everyone.
Having to rely on some weird proprietary charger every time you get a new cellphone is a thing of the past, at least if you live in Europe. As of next year, every new cellphone in Europe will have to be able to charge via micro-USB. Finally.
There are very few ways to ruin a good looking monitor, unless you bought an ugly monitor right off the bat. In that case, it's your own fault. To uglify your screen's flat panel and organize your stationary, this hub station has you covered.
The sWaP Rebel had me doing a double take because I thought it was yet another iPod Nano watch, but it's not. It's actually a cellphone, camera, music player, video player, clock, FM radio, calendar and e-reader rolled into one — worn on your wrist. Did I hear Dick Tracy calling?