The Music Wizard is a Mac/PC based game that works with any MIDI guitar. It comes with its own Washburn guitar and MIDI pickup which acts as the game’s controller.
Cables to Go announced it’s new Wireless USB Hub at CES this week. It allows you or any three host computers within a 30ft range to wireless access any USB devices connected to the hub.
In order to make it easier and faster for TiVo users to find online content, TiVo subscribers will be able access content from major networks like Comedy Central and Discovery, along with independently produced media like Ask A Ninja, through RSS Feeds. This will work through applying TiVo’s Season Pass function to web video.
Garmin showed off it’s Forerunner 405 watch and I must say it’s pretty awesome, and coming from someone who hates watches that’s saying something. Since it’s from Garmin, it is, of course, GPS enabled but it also has a lot of other good features like speed, distance and heart rate track.
Dual Electronics debuted a new line of high definition, two way mobile speakers. They were designed to perform to spec year after year. These Dual HDS speakers feature long-throw, dynamically balanced PP cones and lightweight one-inch Ferro fluid cooled silk dome tweeters.
So this week I got to look at some easy to use networking gadgets from D-Link. Networking your gadgets isn’t easy for everyone and so these handy in-home items will network themselves for you. There’s a camera, a phone, an answering machine and more.
If words like chrome, rubber and Daytona get your heart pumping and you happen to be in the market for a wireless mouse, then you’re sure to love this one. Its wheel is chrome accented, it has a rubber tread and of course it’s called the DAYTONA II.
Even though I don’t understand the need or want of a digital photo frame they seem to be prevalent on the market today and Ality released another one this week. It has an 8” LCD screen, Wi-Fi, a user friendly interface and a rechargeable battery.
IOGear had a couple of chargers on display this week, the Slim Charger and the Rescue Charger. The Slim Charger is thin and lightweight, it’s small enough to fit in your pocket and will power your phone twice before it needs to be recharged itself. It’ll cost about $30.
The Invisio Pro-M promises to transfere your voice and only your voice through its bone conduction microphone. It an in-the-ear headset and was designed for “those who take their communication seriously” such as law enforcement, military and surveillance and intelligence agencies.