If you are genuinely concerned about the security of your computer's hard drive, then you might be interested in the Mobile Vault, which was introduced by Lenovo. This USB Portable Secure Hard Drive, comes with a keypad and lets you safeguard your drive with a super secret password.
It might seem excessive, but amping up security with a passcode is a great way to keep your information protected. Plus, up to ten users and one administrator can use the drive with their own user IDs.
With 128-bit advanced encryption and a small form factor, you can rest assured this device will be unobtrusive and very safe. Available in 160GB and 320GB versions, this hard drive will be available soon and is expected to cost $179 and $219, respectively.
High-fidelity is all well and good, but there are times when you care less about quality and more about portability. The XPod Active Sound speakers definitely cater to the latter scenario: measuring 3.07 x 1.34 x 0.33 inches they're stuffed full of two piezoelectric speakers and a stereo 770mW amplifier.
With prices of basic standalone PNDs (Personal Navigation Devices) racing to the bottom, and increasing threats from navigation apps on mobile devices, what's a company to do when they want to make a premium GPS device? If you're Navigon, and the PND is the 7200T, you stuff it full of real-time updates, 3D visualizations and incredibly detailed mapping, together with a vast touchscreen and slick design. Does the Navigon 7200T stand out or get lost in the crowd? SlashGear decided to find out.
A GPS unit with classic 80s Knight Rider styling and the original voice of K.I.T.T. to give directions: Mio could've filled the box with rocks and still sold thousands to loyal fans of the TV series. Mio insist though that, behind the gimmicks, there's a solid PND (Personal Navigation Device); SlashGear strapped on a chest-wig, unbuttoned our shirts to the waist and released a hit record in Germany to find out.
Western Digital announced the increase in capacity for their My Passport Elite and Essential lines on Monday. These portable USB drives now can store up to 500GB of data.
If you've ever dreamed of carrying a projector in your pocket, the 3M MPro110 Pocket Projector will go on sale on September 30th and it's perfect for those times when you need to project small images from a, well, small device.
The OHM portable device charger is a totally green way to charge up all of your on-the-go gizmos like your cell phone, PMP or gaming gadgets. This concept relies on the energy created by your bike riding to recharge your gadgets.
Atom has been making its way into the majority of netbook systems and Intel’s success with Atom has triggered AMD to work on its own chip to compete with Atom. AMD has not publicly discussed the upcoming chip much but has shown some indication that the CPU is in the works for quite sometime now.
Leaked information shows that AMD’s UVC (Ultra Value Client) chip will be announced as early as November and will be sold directly to OEM.
The new chips will be paired with 740G platform that AMD recently announced. The 740G features Radeon 2100 GPU with full support for HD decoding and uses SB700 southbridge. The report did not reveal power consumption of the chip and platform.
The Microsoft Arc Laser Mouse has been on our radar for a few months but now a few more pictures have surfaced of the mouse and so far, it's looking pretty cool. Especially the folding part.
If you've ever thought your laptop was missing something, perhaps the ASUS F6V Series laptop is the right choice for you. After being revealed at Project 2008 in Las Vegas last week, this portable smells--literally. It's a laptop with a scent and you can pre-order your own on Amazon right now.
The Portable Motion Detecting LED Night Light is a fun and useful gadget that makes getting around in the dark a whole lot easier. And though it only works at night, you don't need it during the day, anyway.
Whether you're walking around the house at night or stepping outside for a moment, this LED Night Light makes getting around easier and safer. It runs on a battery and produces a soft blue light so as to not be harsh on the eyes. A photocell is built in that can detect the brightness of the area. The device will only switch on if it is dark.
When the motion sensor is triggered, the LED will turn on and make seeing in the dark easy. The batteries are preserved due to the at-night only function and you can even set auto shut off times. This is a really cool product and for $24.99, it's something you may very well find yourself using once the sun goes down.
[via The Red Ferret Journal]