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Archive for the ‘usb 2.0’ Category

postheadericon Plugable DC-125 dock turns your solitary PC into a multiple workstation powerhouse (video)

We’ve seen a few docking stations ’round these parts that use the venerable DisplayLink technology to great effect, but nothing quite like this before. Plugable’s DC-125 USB 2.0 Docking Client connects to your PC allows you to connect your display, speakers, keyboard, and mouse via one USB port — small potatoes, right? Well, if said PC has a compatible multi-user OS (such as Windows Multipoint Server or Userful Multiseat Linux) you can daisy chain docks to add several terminals to the setup. Terminals! Now you can relive the dark, backwards days when you had to go to the college computer lab to get any work done — in the comfort of your own home. Available now for $65 a pop. Get a closer look after the break.

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Plugable DC-125 dock turns your solitary PC into a multiple workstation powerhouse (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 08 Mar 2011 14:37:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Batman, Robin, Joker and Catwoman shrunken down to USB collectables

Do you like Batman? Robin? What about USB sticks? Well, thanks to Mimoco, you can have both in one awesome package. We spotted these newly released jump-drives at the International Toy Fair and we gotta say — they’re actually quite detailed in design. The flash drives will cost you a pretty penny if you want more storage — a 2GB dongle is $20 while the 16GB version is $60. If you’re a DC Comics junkie and think that the company has sold out, ask yourself this: why so serious?

Batman, Robin, Joker and Catwoman shrunken down to USB collectables originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 17 Feb 2011 01:29:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon LaCie ships USB 2.0 Slim Blu-ray external burner for $265

Still slinging a laptop with USB 2.0? Fret not, as that’s all the bandwidth you need to handle LaCie‘s Slim Blu-ray burner. As the title implies, the new unit is little more than a nicely styled external BD burner, designed to tag along with your ODD-less netbook / ultraportable and provide Blu-ray burner / viewing enjoyment at a moment’s notice. $264.99 gets you the device itself, CyberLink’s Blu-ray Disc Suite and a two-year warranty, and if you’re curious about toasting speeds, it’ll write to a BD-R at 6x (dual-layer at 4x), a BD-RE at 2x and a blank DVD at 8x. The rest of the nitty-gritty, as well as a purchase link, awaits you in the source.

LaCie ships USB 2.0 Slim Blu-ray external burner for $265 originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 10 Dec 2010 01:08:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon LaCie ships USB 2.0 Slim Blu-ray external burner for $265

Still slinging a laptop with USB 2.0? Fret not, as that’s all the bandwidth you need to handle LaCie‘s Slim Blu-ray burner. As the title implies, the new unit is little more than a nicely styled external BD burner, designed to tag along with your ODD-less netbook / ultraportable and provide Blu-ray burner / viewing enjoyment at a moment’s notice. $264.99 gets you the device itself, CyberLink’s Blu-ray Disc Suite and a two-year warranty, and if you’re curious about toasting speeds, it’ll write to a BD-R at 6x (dual-layer at 4x), a BD-RE at 2x and a blank DVD at 8x. The rest of the nitty-gritty, as well as a purchase link, awaits you in the source.

LaCie ships USB 2.0 Slim Blu-ray external burner for $265 originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 10 Dec 2010 01:08:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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