Belkin has the HDMI 2-in-1 switcher online for $49.99 in USA and Canada. Release date is set for Asia, Europe and Australia in March 2008. It supported 480i/p,1080i/p, 720p, HDCP compliant and come with a Remote control. No, it’s much of a news for a 2 in 1 hdmi switcher, I need at least 6 in my system. But what caught my attention is the ‘bus-powered’ feature claimed by Belkin with HDMI cable connected to your HDTV. Now, that’s cool. Having a remote control also means that you can use your universal remote to learn the code. Now you can have one remote for your whole system for switching varies sources if desired.
The Belkin HDMI(TM) 2-to-1 Video Switch Connects 2 HDMI Devices to Your HDTV [via newsobserver]
Gamers are constantly looking for new gear that will give them an edge. While some prefer to invest their money in a better graphics card or a faster CPU, others will make sure that they have the very best keyboard and mouse on the market. If you are one of those people, maybe you should check out the n52te SpeedPad from Belkin.
Do you have a few devices that you like to have situated across the room from your PC? If so, you've likely found it difficult to connect them to your PC without stringing long cables. Belkin has finally released their solution tot this issue.
Ad-hoc networking two computers together has undoubtedly gotten easier since I tried - and failed - to use a serial cable to do it many years ago, but anything that makes it foolproof has to be appreciated. Belkin's latest range of Wireless USB accessories might just manage that; while their range so far has concentrated on removing the cable between PC and peripherals thanks to a WUSB hub, these dongles should be a plug & play way to quickly link two computers.