If you need more USB ports for your desktop PC/ laptop to recharge your USB gadgets, then check out the brand new 24-port USB Monster Hub from ThinkGeek. The hub can be connected to a computer – if you’ve got a crap-load of peripherals to connect – or it can be used in standalone mode to charge your gadgets, thanks to an included AC adapter. This top grade hub features automatic over-current protection for each port, hot swapping plug-and-play connection, and the ability to daisy chain up to 127 USB devices. The 24-port USB Monster Hub is priced at $49.99
Jabra recently introduced a new Bluetooth 2.0 headset, the Jabra BT8010, which comes with pretty much everything you would want for a Bluetooth headset. The BT8010 features supports for A2DP and AVRCP, the new Jog Wheel rotating control, and a supplementary earphone which allows you to enjoy dual channel stereo sound while listening to music on your mobile device.
ADS Technologies launches their new video conversion device, the Instant Video To-Go yesterday, offering conversion speed of up to 5 times faster than real time (video length) comparing with regular software conversion which usually takes 4-10 times longer than real time. The Instant Video To-Go is industry’s first hardware-based H.264 conversion solution for consumers, allowing users to convert popular video formats including MPEG-1, MPEG-2, VOB (unprotected), DivX and Quicktime.
If you have a large and decent LCD monitor for your computer, you might wanna utilize it for watching TV shows. If you have subscription to any NTSC cable TV service or if you live in a region with over-the-air ATSC HDTV service, the Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-950 should be one of your top considerations. This hybrid USB TV stick comes with Hauppauge’s WinTV2000 application for watching and recording TV show and WinTV-Scheduler for scheduled recording function.
Sony is launching MDR-EX85SL, the all new stylish N.U.D.E EX (Monitor) Earphones which comes with four color options: red, white, blue, and black. The MDR-EX85SL features a superior quality driver unit with a large aperture of 13.5mm with CCAW voice coil adoption for an amazing sound quality with great bass, it produces a wide range of frequency zone (5-24,000 Hz) for crystal clear sound.
Sometimes our memory could be a funny thing. You might not remember where did you take a picture, or even remember the wrong place which you took the picture especially if you travel around frequently. Sony came up with their own life GPS device, the Sony GPS-CS1. This little device attaches to compatible Sony cameras including the Sony Alpha DSLR and stores GPS and time information, so when you download your photos it can tell you exactly where and when you took them.
To make life easier for people with visual impairments, Ray Kurzweil in associate with National Federation of the Blind (NFB) has invented a portable scanner reader named after them, the Kurzweil-National Federation of the Blind Reader. The Kurzweil-NFB Reader is a hybrid device that combines a digital camera with a Braille-aware PDA to create a hand-held gadget that lets its user snaps a picture of printed material, scans the text and reads it in clear synthetic speech few seconds later.