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Multi-Card USB Readers from Elecom are Super Kawaii and Super Helpful

Multi-Card USB Readers from Elecom are Super Kawaii and Super Helpful

Multi-card USB readers - why is this concept more well played? It IS played though, even though it might not be well spread. Here's a couple for you from Elecom, available in Japan (or over the internet through GeekStuff4U, which is in Japan too, but online, and online is everywhere!) One is the multi-card stand-up reader MR-C27 which reads up to four SD/SHDC or SDXC cards at a time - supporting cards up to 64GB. The MR-SMC06 is a dual-card USB stick or thumbkey which has no internal memory in and of itself but has two microSD or microSDHC slots. Super cute and super handy!

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Elecom Bluetooth 3.0 Laser Mouse Unveiled, Available Next Month

Elecom Bluetooth 3.0 Laser Mouse Unveiled, Available Next Month

Elecom is on a roll with wireless gadgets lately, especially those that take advantage of Bluetooth connectivity. After yesterday's unveiling of their brand new Bluetooth wireless keyboard, featuring integrated left- and right-click mouse buttons and a trackball, this new wireless mouse seems to be the perfect addition. It's part of Elecom's M-BT6BL series, and if you like color options, the new mouse has them.

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Elecom Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard Available in Japan Soon

Elecom Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard Available in Japan Soon

If you happen to find yourself in Japan, and you're currently in dire straits looking for a wireless keyboard, then perhaps the Elecom Bluetooth wireless keyboard fits the bill. It's a standard, compact keyboard that features a small profile, and yet a full keyboard, making sure that your typing experience isn't compromised.

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Elecom nanoSSD slots straight into SATA port

Elecom nanoSSD slots straight into SATA port

Elecom have announced two new solid-state drives, the 8GB and 16GB nanoSSD ESD-IDSAA Series, which are designed to slot directly into a SATA motherboard slot.  Measuring 25 x 39 x 6.5 mm, the nanoSSDs can be used as startup drives on a main system or, Elecom suggest, the primary drive on a compact Mini-ITX setup.

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Elecom Scope Node “pen precise” mouse

Elecom Scope Node “pen precise” mouse

Elecom have announced a new mouse, which claims to offer "pen and paper" precision.  An offset 1,600dpi laser sensor is supposedly placed where the nib of a pen would usually rest, relying on the human hand's natural penmanship skills to increase mousing accuracy.

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